Terry Miles is an award-winning filmmaker, creator of the Public Radio Alliance and that network's series of hit podcasts: Tanis, Rabbits, Faerie, and The Last Movie, and co-creator of The Black Tapes. He splits his time between the dark emerald gloom of the Pacific Northwest and sunny Los Angeles.
A twisted trip through a cool digital wilderness of a mystery. This book sticks to your brain. Just read it already -- Norman Reedus, star of <i>The Walking Dead</i> A taut mystery play for a time of conspiratorial madness, a frightening romp that forcefully reminds us of the terrible plausibility of conspiratorial thinking -- Cory Doctorow, author of <i>Walkaway</i> Rabbits is a remarkably assured debut, deftly written and laced with intrigue. It combines Haruki Murakami's slice-of-life surrealness with the thrilling pace and pop-culture throwbacks of Ready Player One. I loved it -- Nicholas Eames, author of <i>Kings of the Wyld</i> Rabbits is an addictive puzzle box of a book that'll have you obsessing over every little detail. Do not start this if you have plans that day - you'll just end up cancelling them -- Rob Hart, author of <i>The Warehouse</i> A fascinating blend of paranoia and plausibility, Rabbits takes gaming to the next level. This ambitious and intricate novel will have you looking over your shoulder - and questioning the results of your next Google search -- Alexandra Oliva, author of <i>The Last One</i> Miles masterfully combines mystery, danger, and scientific theory to bring the game to life until readers are just as caught up in searching for the next clue as the characters themselves. It's a wild ride and it proves impossible to put down -- <i>Publishers Weekly</i> starred review A twisty, timey-wimey roller coaster that morphs seamlessly from treasure hunt to conspiracy thriller to escape room. -- <i>Kirkus Reviews</i> (starred review)