“What a crazy book! Is Rabbits really a game? Or are all the characters just crazy conspiracies? Eerie and suspenseful, Rabbits is the perfect sci-fi thriller.”
Anna, The Well-Read Moose
“The game is like no other; The playing field: the world. The players: anyone who is willing and able to spot inconsistencies throughout recorded human history. The common theory among secret player chatrooms is that the winner will receive their heart’s desires. But the cost for playing could be your very life. Based off and inhabiting the same world as the pseudo-documentary podcast of the same name, Rabbits is a maddening treasure hunt filled with conspiracies and danger. Fans of Ready Player One will enjoy the use of pop culture as the game’s keys, where those enriched in internet and deep-web culture will be treated to creepypasta-esque mysteries the likes of “Slenderman” or “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” of YouTube fame. Rabbits is a perfect read for those who love a good technothriller and don’t mind being kept up all night with thoughts of creeping shadows and faceless grey things.”
Nicholas, Mysterious Galaxy Books
“Oh the joy ride that is Rabbits! A game? A conspiracy? Quantum physics? A clever puzzle of a novel that is a compulsive read. Stranger Things meets Ready Player One. It’s fun!”
Melissa DeMotte, The Well-Read Moose
A deadly underground game might just be altering reality itself in this all-new adventure set in the world of the hit Rabbits podcast.
“A wild ride . . . impossible to put down.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
It’s an average work day. You’ve been wrapped up in a task, and you check the clock when you come up for air—4:44 p.m. You check your email, and 44 unread messages have built up. With a shock, you realize the date is April 4—4/4. And when you get in your car to drive home, your odometer reads 44,444.
Coincidence? Or have you just seen the edge of a rabbit hole?
Rabbits is a mysterious alternate reality game so vast it uses the entire world as its canvas.
Since the game started in 1959, ten iterations have appeared and nine winners have been declared. The identities of these winners are unknown.
So is their reward, which is whispered to be NSA or CIA recruitment, vast wealth, immortality, or perhaps even the key to the secrets of the universe itself.
But the deeper you get, the more dangerous the game becomes. Players have died in the past—and the body count is rising.
And now the eleventh round is about to begin.
Enter K—a Rabbits obsessive who has been trying to find a way into the game for years. That path opens when K is approached by billionaire Alan Scarpio, rumored to be the winner of the sixth iteration. Scarpio says that something has gone wrong with the game and that K needs to fix it before Eleven starts, or the whole world will pay the price.
Five days later, Scarpio is declared missing.
Two weeks after that, K blows the deadline: Eleven begins.
And suddenly, the fate of the entire universe is at stake.