From ghoulies and ghosties...
Rabbit Back is a strangely charming, occasionally unsettling fable; which examines the relationship between authors and their stories. It's reminiscent of Jasper Fforde's Bookworld series; but is also a distinct, dark, and occasionally beautiful voice.
In a sense this novel is a puzzle book - as the author himself admits : (see http://rabbitbackliterature.com/2014/10/02/tips-to-unlock-the-secrets-of-the-rabbit-back-literature-society/#comments). It rather made me think that it was a literary version of the beautifully illustrated treasure hunt books that were very popular in the late '70s, such as Masquerade. All the clues are there, but solving them is not going to be straightforward.
It's beautifully readable, if distinctly odd, and is well worth having a look at if you fancy a literary sibling of Twin Peaks or even The Wizard of Oz. It's odd, but also oddly enjoyable. It's a rather different fantasy style to anything you'll find elsewhere. Wickedly charming.