The Bunny Man

The Bunny Man It is the summer before college for five teens as they head into the mountains for a camping trip Little do they know that the isolated forest is now home to a machete wielding serial killer called th
  • Title: The Bunny Man
  • Author: Richard Poche
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  • Page: 472
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Bunny Man
    It is the summer before college for five teens as they head into the mountains for a camping trip Little do they know that the isolated forest is now home to a machete wielding serial killer called the Bunny Man, who begins hunting them down one by one in this homage to 1980s slasher films.
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  • This Ebook is novella length and is only 76 pages long A group of five friends have just graduated high school and they know that soon, their clique will be breaking up and they will be heading off to different colleges They decide to have one last adventure together before they have to start acting like adults and begin working towards their individual futures As Todd, Royce, Sabrina, Lauren and Kevin head into the mountains to begin their camping trip, they run over something on the road When [...]


  • The Bunny ManWhen I see stories like this , either in the paper, TV or otherwise I have to wonder where and why the reporters find the need to tag villains with asinine names They aren t trying to make them cute , are they This story is like an urban legend come to life The really SCARY THING IS THIS KIND OF STORY SEEMS TO SET OFF LOONEY PEOPLE TO DUPLICATE THE CRIME LIKE I SAIDSCARY I WILL RECOMMEND.


  • Too many grammatical errors I wanted to enjoy this short story because it sounded like a creepy urban legend told around a crackling bonfire There s just way too many grammar mistakes to really get lost in the story being told Not only that, the whole story seems rushed and nothing is really unique about it that made me want to stick it out to the end in spite of the lack of good editing.


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