Rosemary Van Deuren
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A mystical warren. A ruthless pastor.
A girl whose courage will be put to the test.
Twelve year-old Cora Clyde is a farmer’s daughter in an isolated, turn of the century town. But when a vicious and mysterious pastor preaches that the countryside’s wild rabbits must be destroyed, Cora befriends a sentient rogue rabbit named Basajaun. As the rabbits’ hidden, magical world beckons to her, Cora becomes a target for the pastor’s deadly plan. Soon the secret behind the rabbits’ plight is unveiled, and Cora must fight to save not only their lives, but her own.
"Basajaun is a beautiful book, written by a masterful wordsmith!" --T. A. Barron, New York Times Bestselling author of The Lost Years of Merlin
"In this entertaining pastoral fantasy, Van Deuren... spins a magical tale of defiance and desperation" --Publisher's Weekly Select
"richly detailed and layered with more meaning than what you just find on the surface... Basajaun may be a tale about a girl and her rabbit, but beneath the beautiful prose it is a book about the acceptance of death, the importance of all creatures, and the endurance of nature." --Hypable
From Publishers Weekly
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