A Taste For Rabbit has a mysterious plot. From one point of view, Harry, an adult fox, sets out to find a secret fortress in the woods. Something’s going wrong in the town of Fox Burrow. The food supply is getting low, and he is hired by his younger brother, Isaac, to find a secret fort. But Harry is soon finding out more than what he wants to know about the fortress and the secret dealings of rabbits, which are creatures rumored about in Fox Burrow. He learns not to trust anyone and finds himself in one dilemma after another, all leading up to the biggest secret of them all. The second point of view is from a young adult rabbit, Quinten, who finds people missing from his village which is guarded by a huge fort. He and his friend, Zack, set out to find a rebel group outside the village because they think the government is the reason behind the missing rabbits. But he realizes that the government is not the reason for the mysterious disappearances. When he thinks this mystery is solved, he discovers that Zack has been taken. Quinten must be brave to find him and to solve the mystery in which Harry and Quinten will collide.
I liked this book for the mystery and the suspense. I liked how the author kept you wondering and turning the pages. With the two different points of view, the storylines are slowly drawn together and then they clash in a shocking conclusion. I didn’t like the book in the sense that the characters were so weak and helpless half the time. Harry gets his butt kicked by his brother who fakes having to use a cane. Quinten is just a coward, period. He’s afraid of his own shadow and doesn’t even attempt to find his missing friends unless someone is with him. But I liked the book more than I disliked it. I would recommend it. Judging by its ending, there should be a sequel.