Wonderland is in trouble.
Under the rule of the Red Queen, Wonderland is under constant threat. In fear for her throne, children are taken into the queen’s army and only the strongest survive.
Alice is nothing but a pirate, but with the help of Hatter, they hatch a plan to sneak into the Red Queen’s palace to free Hatter’s sister. After all, Alice has always wanted to fly an airship.
Dr. Frank N. Stein has created an army of automatons to serve their queen. Of particular note: a prototype soldier. Part man. Part machine. The best of both worlds.
Doc’s monster is a threat to everything they know, but Alice sees something in the man that begs she look beyond what he’s done and search out the heart of the beast for the better of the realm.
He’s their only hope of survival, but how can a monster learn to love when all he’s known is hate?
My thoughts: I thought that this book was such a fun combination of fairy tale and steam punk fiction! While I have read Alice in Wonderland, I can't say that it is one of my favorite classics. So, I was unsure when I picked this book up. I'm so glad that I read it! The author does a fabulous job of making the world of Wonderland come to life in a whole new way. This is a wonderful, imaginative story to pick up!
I received this book from Celebrate Lit. This is my honest review.
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About the Author
Tabitha Bouldin has a bachelor’s degree in creative writing/English from Southern New Hampshire University. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and has been writing since 2015. When she’s not homeschooling her kids, you’ll find her curled up with a book. Tabitha’s genre of choice is Contemporary Christian Romance which she describes as: Adventure with heart.
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Madness in Wonderland is a story of found family, good versus evil, rambunctious heroines and strong heroes who are not afraid to leap across airships for their people.
Trust me when I say I’ve tested their loyalty.
I put the Wonder’s crew through so much I started feeling sorry for them. Then I had another airship shoot at them with their cannons. That’s when I knew this story was not only a source of entertainment for me, but it was also challenging me. Madness forced me to become a better writer. Each page demanded my full attention if I wanted to have any hope of catching the true vibes of the story and bringing them to the page.
When I first started writing Madness, I had a rough idea of what I wanted. Evil Queen. Check. Alice as a tough but loving heroine. Check. Frankenstein’s monster. Check. (What’s Wonderland without a little havoc?)
Then the characters took over the story.
Frankenstein’s monster didn’t want to be a monster.
Hatter wanted to be more than a mad side character.
Alice wanted everyone to get along without losing another crew member.
Meeting their demands was a challenge and the story shifted from a whimsical fairy tale to something more. It dove deeper than I planned and showed me that I can do hard things too.
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To celebrate her tour, Tabitha is giving away the grand prize package a $25 Amazon gift card and a copy of the book!
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Thank you for sharing your thoughts on Madness In Wonderland, this sounds like a wonderful story and I am looking forward to reading itReplyDelete