When God was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman was such an interesting and inventive book. I thought it was well written with mainly likable characters, some of them wonderfully odd.
Narrated by Elly it is the story of her life and her relationships, primarily with her brother but also the rest of her family, her best friend, her brother's best friend and her neighbour. The first half was written from the point of view of Elly as a child and I tend to like that perspective. There were pointers along the way to some sort of tragedy having taken place and which wasn't at all what I thought it was going to be. The story went to a lot of surprising places. I thought it was a tale about growing up, coping and acceptance. It was definitely one of the 'unputdownable' books.