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Loose Rabbits of the Rabbit Trilogy (Rabbit)

4.52 of 5 stars 4.52  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Some questions beg to be answered... * What was Javier like at age 8? * How brutal is First Ritual? * Why is Roman's twin, Kilmeade, so mysterious? * What was David like before he read Beth's book? * How did David meet Terrance, his favorite Cow? * Do the Cows worship their Rakum masters? * What is a typical day like for Rakum Jesse Cherrie? * How did Michael meet the arti ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published October 21st 2010 by Createspace (first published September 30th 2010)
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Mary Deborde
Darkly compelling, Loose Rabbits grips the reader by sweaty hand to lead us inexorably through the grim corridors of vampiric experience. By turns both fascinated and repulsed, human curiosity must nevertheless be satisfied - and thus Loose Rabbits answers questions hungry readers of the Rabbit novels have begged to uncover.

With a deft flourish, Ellen C. Maze fleshes in the portrait of a haunting world where man may not claim superior position at the top of the food chain, a position already oc
In a word, AMAZING! I love getting the inside info on my favorite characters and Ms. Maze delivers. Each chapter/scene fills in the details on things hinted at in Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider. While Rabbit is complete without these details, and an excellent book, the depths revealed in this companion book tie everything together so well and give us those "aha" moments. Javier is my favorite supporting character in Rabbit and we get to know him so much better in Loose Rabbits. His reactions and cha ...more
Ellen Maze
Oct 24, 2010 Ellen Maze rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: vampire fans,Rabbit Chasers
Those who have read and loved Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider will absolutely flip over the Loose Rabbits of the Rabbit Trilogy.

All of the delicious tidbits that didn't fit into the novel are offered here on a silver platter for those with the stomach for just a tad more Rabbit. Think "deleted scenes" where you sneak a peek into the lives of these intriguing vampire-like Rakum, their blood donating Cows, and the mortal but spiritually deadly Beth Rider.

I am very excited to share this with you! For t
LeAnna Shields
Loved the book. A great read from a great author.
definitely showed the changing power of God in the
lives of her fictional characters. Only disappointing
thing is that I intended to take this book on vacation
with me, but I read it to fast :) Keep using this great
gift of yours Ellen.
Won this through the Goodreads Giveaways.

An entertaining and titillating collection of twenty short stories that add to the Rabbit Trilogy books. Although I haven't read any of the other Rabbit books, this book was still very enjoyable and a fantastic read that explains where and how each story relates to the main Rabbit series. The characters obviously all have a lot more to them than these stories explain but you are given just enough to getting your imagination and interest going and as each
Mar 25, 2012 Aimie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fellow Rabbit Chasers
This is a little gem for all "Rabbit Chasers".

Loose Rabbits of the Rabbit Trilogy, is a book of 20 short stories that wrap up little loose ends and questions you might be left with after reading Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider and Rabbit Legacy like, what happened to Michael and Beth after the Last Assembly? There are stories about some of my other favourite Rakum too, like Javier, David Walker, Jesse Cherrie and Canaan.

Although these are shorts they are written just as wonderfully as anything Ellen
Ellen Maze
Oct 24, 2010 Ellen Maze rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: vampire fans, YA, suspense fans, thriller fans
I'm very excited to share this collection of 20 short "stories" featuring the amazing characters of the RABBIT TRILOGY. Please check it out, now available in print, Kindle (both on Amazon), nook (Barnes & Noble), and eBook (from!
I was a winner of this booik and really found it very interesting...Very smart of Ellen to get us hooked now I will have to buy the Trilogy. But of course thats okay 'cause I love to read...and these are very creative books.
I loved this book. It really helps you to understand the Rabbit characters. I even reread Chasing Rabbits with this book used like a study guide. Definitely read this book!
Tobyann Aparisi
absolutely love these books. Written very well. Such a different approach to this genre, absolutely loved it.
Great collection of tales that give an interesting background to the Rabbit Trilogy. Loved it!!
Dec 07, 2010 Silly marked it as to-read
I won this book from First Reads. I will read it soon. Thank you.
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Oct 27, 2010 Haven marked it as to-read
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Can't wait!
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Favorite RABBIT Characters??? 3 11 Oct 25, 2010 10:24AM  
Ellen says, "I'm friendly. I write about vampires and other paranormal critters. I mentor new authors and help them pave the way to becoming a published author. I believe in God. I love my readers. My books will creep you out and stick in your head a long time. That's okay, right?"

NEWS FLASH: My Edgy Christian Horror/Vampire novel RABBIT:CHASING BETH RIDER is the #1 Customer-Ranked Horror novel on
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