Malice in Wonderland #1: Alice the Assassin (Malice in Wonderland Series #1)

Malice in Wonderland #1: Alice the Assassin (Malice in Wonderland Series #1)

by Lotus Rose

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Overview

A dementedly funny, twisted continuation of the classic Alice in Wonderland tales.
The truth is not what you were led to believe. Alice never left Wonderland. It wasn't all "just a dream."
It's a nightmare. A nightmare she can't escape, where formerly pleasant characters throw her unhappy unbirthday parties to torment her, while others like to make her cry so they can lick her tears.
But one day after years of this unpleasantness, she loses her heart. Literally. Well, technically someone steals it.
And she has to get it back. By any means necessary. And it's a lot easier to be ruthless now that she's heartless.
She will have her heart returned to her even if she has to kill all the citizens of Wonderland one by one...
By the author of The Poniworld Chronicles and SinEaster.
Length: 141 pages


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Malice in Wonderland Prequel
Malice in Wonderland #1: Alice the Assassin
Malice in Wonderland #2: Alice the Angel of Death
Malice In Wonderland #3: Alice the Girl Who Will Tear Your Heart Out and Show It To You Before You Die
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Jabberwocky Trilogy


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940015440041
Publisher: Death Pout
Publication date: 09/09/2012
Series: Malice in Wonderland Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 239,645
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

www.loteyrose.com
Lotus Rose writes delightfully weird tales about young characters in strange situations. At times dark, silly, or bawdy, his writing owes much to such influences as Alice in Wonderland and Roald Dahl, Piers Anthony and Douglas Adams, and explores themes like disillusionment, and the corruption of innocence. If his books were movies, they'd likely be directed by Tim Burton. He often writes in a style that is a more edgy, "grown-up" version of children's literature interspersed with his poetry and songs.

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