War Bunny is going to the London Book Fair in April 2022

On April 5-7, 2022, War Bunny is going to the London Book Fair. This is the premier spring book show for the European publishing industry, held annually at the Olympia, London. The last two years were cancelled because of Covid, so this year’s Fair promises to be a rollicking event as lots of pent-up networkingContinue reading “War Bunny is going to the London Book Fair in April 2022”

“‘War Bunny’ is George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ for a new generation.” – IndieReader

George Orwell is one of my favorite writers, so I’m amazed and thrilled to see IndieReader characterize War Bunny this way! Here’s their review: “War Bunny is George Orwell’s Animal Farm for a new generation. Disguised as an action-packed dystopian adventure, the book addresses serious themes without losing innocence. It’s the story of a youngContinue reading ““‘War Bunny’ is George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ for a new generation.” – IndieReader”

War Bunny wins Visionary Fiction category in the 2021 American Fiction Awards

I’m thrilled to announce that American Book Fest’s annual competition, the American Fiction Awards, has named War Bunny the winner of the Visionary Fiction category.  This dovetails nicely with the recent review from Foreword Clarion, which sums up War Bunny by saying, “War Bunny is a post-apocalyptic fantasy novel in which everyone has value and isContinue reading “War Bunny wins Visionary Fiction category in the 2021 American Fiction Awards”

“A spectacular fantasy novel” – Reader Views – 5 Stars

Lily Andrews at Reader Views brings a thoughtful eye to War Bunny and has this to say about it: “5 Stars – Buoyed with evocative prose that tells a ripping tale “War Bunny” is a spectacular fantasy novel written by Christopher St. John. Set in a dystopian world where humans are non-existent, a female bunnyContinue reading ““A spectacular fantasy novel” – Reader Views – 5 Stars”

Publishers Weekly blurbs War Bunny in BookLife Indie Spotlight on Sci-Fi and Fantasy

The August 30, 2021 Digital Edition of Publishers Weekly features their annual Indie Spotlight on science fiction, fantasy, and adventure. It includes a War Bunny blurb in the “post-apocalyptic” section. See it live here. Hooah! The Time of Bunnies is coming!

War Bunny wins Grand Prize at the 2021 Hollywood Book Festival

Just found out today that War Bunny won the Science Fiction category at the 2021 Hollywood Book Festival, and was then selected to be honored as the Grand Prize Winner for the entire festival. Based in the capital of show business, the Hollywood Book Festival aims to spotlight literature worthy of further consideration by theContinue reading “War Bunny wins Grand Prize at the 2021 Hollywood Book Festival”

“The book’s ultimate message is one of hope.” -Foreword Clarion Review

Foreword Clarion Review has taken a look at War Bunny. Here’s what reviewer Eileen Gonzalez had to say. “War Bunny is a postapocalyptic fantasy novel in which everyone has value and is worth fighting for. In Christopher St. John’s fantasy novel War Bunny, a rejected rabbit wants to remake the world so that everyone has a placeContinue reading ““The book’s ultimate message is one of hope.” -Foreword Clarion Review”

Awwww

Here’s the cutest story ever from a War Bunny beta reader! “My grandchildren were amazed when I explained to them that as a beta reader I got to read this before it was printed! My granddaughter now wants to be a beta reader when she grows up. Please keep me in mind for Anastasia’s nextContinue reading “Awwww”

Publishers Weekly includes War Bunny review in August 9, 2021 print edition

This is a lucky break for War Bunny! If you listen, you can hear the sound of tiny cheers! Here’s the cover, and the page with the War Bunny review is below.

“An impressive anthropomorphic tale that requires a sequel” – Blue Ink Review

Blue Ink Review has weighed in on the War Bunny story, and it sounds like they’re jonesing for more! “In War Bunny, a post-apocalyptic fantasy novel, the animal world order is disrupted when a young rabbit decides to fight back against predators, and in doing so challenges traditional rabbit religion and conventions. Anastasia, daughter ofContinue reading ““An impressive anthropomorphic tale that requires a sequel” – Blue Ink Review”