Review: ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND by Lewis Carroll and Nickolas Cook

105669839From the back of the book:

The were indeed a queer-looking party that assembled on the bank – the birds with draggled feathers, the animals with their fur clinging close to them, and all dripping wet, cross, and uncomfortable. All of them were covered in Alice’s now cold and congealed blood, which made them even tastier looking to poor hungry Alice.

When little Alice follows the Black Rat down into the gaping darkness of an open grave, she falls and falls. and soon finds herself in an undead nightmare of rotting flesh and insanity. Venturing further into this land of zombies and monsters, she encounters characters both creepy and madcap along the way.

But there’s something else troubling poor Alice: her skin is rotting and her hair is falling out. She’s cold. And she has the haunting feeling that is she remains in Zombieland any longer, she might never leave.

Can Alice escape Zombieland before the Dead Red Queen catches up to her?

Um, not sure what to write about this book. ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND was a very quick read. The storyline of the original story is there – it has just been twisted into something dark and a little gross. I was intrigued by the book, but I just couldn’t really get into it. Several times I put it down and read something else. I think if you are a fan of other literary books that have been altered into something paranormal you would enjoy ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND, but it just wasn’t for me.

the book girl gives ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND a 2/5

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One Comment on “Review: ALICE IN ZOMBIELAND by Lewis Carroll and Nickolas Cook

  1. Wow, zombies are everywhere! I think I’ll have to pass on this one…I couldn’t get through Pride & Prejudice & Zombies — literary classic + zombies just does not work for me…

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