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Alice in Deadland Trilogy (Alice, Books 1-3) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B008HRS2A8
- Language : English
- File size : 2931 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 544 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #83,494 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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So the book is a trilogy series.
Book 1- Alice in deadland.
Book 2- Through the killing glass.
Book 3- Off their heads.
ALICE IN DEADLAND- Alice is a teenager girl, lives in Alan's where there exists a conspiracy between the undead biters and livings. While protecting her sister from a biter, she manages to see a bunny escaping into a hole. She follows the bunny and enters in a complete dark tunnel, the land of biters. Her life turns upside down with this big step.
THROUGH THE KILLING GLASS- Now Alice is in the charge of peace between human and biters. But there are some power seeking people who love to backstab their leader. After all the hardships, i felt sorry for Alice for the tragic twist in her life. It was great knowing how citizens fight for their city and freedom.
OFF THEIR HEADS- The last book of the trilogy begins with Protima becoming The Queen of the biters. With the explanation of how this whole situation is created in the first place, the story progressed further.
.The cover page is fantastic and perfectly suits the storyline.
.The twists and turns will keep it's reader on the edge till the end.
.The story is not usual as we expect it to be while reading, I loved this thing about the author.
.Language is elegant and flawless.
.The way it unveils the cause and progress further from the complex web of situation is mind-blowing.
The plot revolves around Alice who is brought up between blades and worriors. The first book ends as she hears to her prophecy when she stumbles down a hole and ends up bringing peace between humans and Biters.
The second book, Through The Killing Glass starts with Alice being the leader of both Humans and Biters. The chaos come into light when the greed of power of a man named Arun reaches the peak.
Off With Their Heads is a prequel to Alice in Deadland that sets and base of suspense to the story.
All three books are balanced in captivating emotions and thrills. The words are simple and the twists adds to the thrill. The characters are delicately developed that keeps you gripped to the story. The titles of the books are interesting and makes justice to the story.
I loved everything about the book.
We very well know the concept that suddenly the dead started walking and we named them Zombies but very few people know the root cause of it.
"Alice in Deadland" is a trilogy which tries to clear the misconception between Humans & Zombies.
This book consists of 3 stories, where the story is written from the point of view of Humans, Zombies & then it brings out the root cause of who actually started this destruction.
Even though Humans suffer, but one can not ignore the fact that, We humans give birth to evil & we ourselves begin to fight against them..
The concept might be quite similar with Zombies.
This book introduces the readers to new Land of surprise stories.
Alice is believed to be the saviour but does that means she will destroy every single Zombie or is she going to be the saviour of the enemy?
There is a character introduced called the Queen ( Dr. Protima ) who comes up with a twist that will question the myth of entire Humanity.
The story of Zombie Queen, the secrets, the Alice's decision & her bravery, everything is balanced with crisp narration.
As I picked this book, I remembered the Alice in Resident Evil and this book without copying the storyline has come up with the unique storyline.
Readers who were fan of Zombie movies, this book is treat for you.
The Alice's painting on the wall was something that kept me too curious.
The Author has again done a brilliant job by portraying another soft side of the so called enemy.
Strongly recommended to all.
Top reviews from other countries
The cover of Alice in Deadland reeled me in. I was almost ready to buy it when I spotted the first three books in the series available together for a cheaper price than the first on it's own. So here I am a couple of weeks later reviewing this fella. I'll take you through book by book though, just because I can.
Alice in Deadland.
As other reviewers of this title have mentioned, the writing in this one is almost shouting "first story" at you. There is a lot of repetition here that as a reader I can do without. Having written myself, I know this is a method used to simply up the word count. Personally, I would rather not have this, so I can just enjoy the story as it is.
Also, the Kindle version has a lot of typing errors in it. I'm not sure how to describe them, other than imagine if the typist suddenly decided to change some of the letters on their keyboard for random ASCII characters.
These things didn't put me off though. beneath all that there is a terrific story here, the characters are great - both human and zombie, and you can't help but want to know more about them.
The good in this story completely outweighs the bad, and I would totally recommend this story. If I didn't already have the next in the series, it would be my next purchase. As it is, I do have it and we find ourselves reading...
Through the Killing Glass.
This one picks up not long after the events in the first, and as readers here will not have read that, I can't go in to too much detail about the plot. Needless to say, there is one and it's a corker.
I liked this story more than the first, and I'm glad to report the typist got a new keyboard for this one. There was still a bit of repetition here, but mostly it was to remind those of us with memory loss of events in the first story.
If you're wondering whether to buy the first or go for the trilogy, I'd get this - you won't regret it, especially when you get to
Off With Their Heads.
This one is the third in the series, although technically it's a prequel to the first. If I was getting these individually I would have had a real dilemma over whether to read this one first or third. As it is, I read it third and to anyone facing a similar problem - DON'T read this first (the book, not my review - you should always read my reviews first). Although this one gives us all the back story we need to know the characters and how they got where they ended up - reading it before Alice in Deadland would take so much away from that book's storyline.
This one was my favourite though, but it is also the shortest.
Overall, get this book. Get this one, or get all of them separately, I'm not fussed. just get them and read them. Then go for the next one ( Hunting The Snark: An Alice in Deadland Adventure (Alice, No. 4) ) which is what I'll be doing.
I LOVE THIS SERIES