February 23, 2019: A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney/A Review

I felt so enthralled by ‘A Blade So Black’. This is a modern retelling of ‘Alice in Wonderland’, set in Atlanta, Georgia. Alice is a young, African-American woman, balancing the stress of high school and an over-protective mother while fighting the Nightmares plaguing the magical world of Wonderland. In this version of the Lewis CarollContinue reading “February 23, 2019: A Blade So Black by L.L. McKinney/A Review”

February 10, 2019: ‘Ever Alice’ by H.J. Ramsay/A Review

**I received an eARC of ‘Ever Alice’ from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.** ‘Ever Alice’ is a retelling of ‘Alice of Wonderland’. It takes place a few years after the classic story, and it finds Alice in a mental asylum. She manages to flee, returning to Wonderland, and finds herself embroiled in aContinue reading “February 10, 2019: ‘Ever Alice’ by H.J. Ramsay/A Review”

June 24, 2018: My Thoughts on ‘After Alice’

‘After Alice’ by Gregory Maguire tells an alternate story of ‘Alice in Wonderland’. The story focuses on Ada, a friend Alice briefly mentions during the popular tale of her adventures down the rabbit hole. In the beginning of the story, Ada is walking to Alice’s house when she encounters a mysterious creature. She follows it,Continue reading “June 24, 2018: My Thoughts on ‘After Alice’”