More than two years have passed since Alice followed a Biter with bunny ears down a hole, triggering events that forever changed her life and that of everyone in the Deadland. The Red Guards have been fought to a standstill; Alice has restored some measure of peace between humans and Biters; and under Alice, humans have laid the foundations of the first large, organized community since The Rising- a city called Wonderland.
That peace is shattered in a series of vicious Biter attacks and Alice finds herself shunned by the very people she helped liberate. Now she must re-enter the Deadland to unravel this new conspiracy that threatens Wonderland. Doing so will mean coming face to face with her most deadly adversary ever- the Red Queen.
From the reviewers:
The second book of the series andi was not disappointed. While the zombie apocalypse is not a new idea and neither is crooked governments, the characters and landscape of the book are original and interesting. The main character and political intrigues are what keep the story moving. Cant wait for the next in this series. - ”lbroome82″
I was very pleased with this sequel. It basically picked up right where the last one left off and takes a very new turn. It had battles, politics, surprises, and tons of zombie gore!!! Highly recommended! - Ryan M. Goldman
Loved it. So glad for part 2! The first book, amazingly great fast read! 2nd book, good too!! Hope the author continues with the Zombie theme!! If you want to forget about your crappy day, just read these books!! You will be sucked into the ‘rabbit hole’ in no time!!!! - Maggs
Thought the themes were great. I like a story with consciousness. As corny as this might come off, I was hooked to these two books like those teenagers must’ve been about twilght. Also, the Walking Dead is an awesome show that all zombie fans need to see. I want more Alice! - Alice
Mainak Dhar is a cubicle dweller by day and author by night.
His first `published’ work was a stapled collection of Maths solutions and poems (he figured nobody would pay for his poems alone) he sold to his classmates in Grade 7, and spent the proceeds on ice cream and comics.
He was first published in a more conventional sense at the age of 18 and has since published eleven books including the Amazon.com Bestseller Alice in Deadland. Learn more about him and contact him at mainakdhar.com
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