I had this copy and cried and cried though I loved it. Am I strong enough to read it with Joel?

I had this copy and cried and cried though I loved it. Am I strong enough to read it with Joel?

Watership Down by Richard Adams  One of the most famous animal adventures ever, Richard Adams’s Watership Down has been a worldwide bestseller for more than forty years. An epic and stirring tale, Watership Down focuses on a group of rabbits who possess their own language, culture and proverbs. After receiving a disturbing vision, the group must traverse across the English countryside to safety, and ultimately  - survival.

Watership Down by Richard Adams One of the most famous animal adventures ever, Richard Adams’s Watership Down has been a worldwide bestseller for more than forty years. An epic and stirring tale, Watership Down focuses on a group of rabbits who possess their own language, culture and proverbs. After receiving a disturbing vision, the group must traverse across the English countryside to safety, and ultimately - survival.

Amazing book, filled with childhood fantasy and adult sophistication, an elegant and compelling read

Amazing book, filled with childhood fantasy and adult sophistication, an elegant and compelling read

Watership Down Quote wood burning on maple by Theburnttree on Etsy

Watership Down Quote, wood burning on maple veneered board, home decor, pyrography, wall hanging

Watership Down - the Black Rabbit - the only tattoo I have ever wanted... after 20 years!

Watership Down - the Black Rabbit - the only tattoo I have ever wanted... after 20 years!

Watership Down author Richard Adams: I just can’t do humans Watership Down, a story Richard Adams made up to scare his kids in the car, was rejected seven times before it became a classic. As a new illustrated edition is published, the author tells Alison Flood why he loves making children wince and weep

Watership Down author Richard Adams: I just can’t do humans

Watership Down author Richard Adams: I just can’t do humans Watership Down, a story Richard Adams made up to scare his kids in the car, was rejected seven times before it became a classic. As a new illustrated edition is published, the author tells Alison Flood why he loves making children wince and weep

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