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Day: October 15, 2016

YA Book Review: Splintered – A New Twist On An Old Favorite

16SHARESShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSubscribeShare on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on Google+LinkedinWhatsappDiggRedditStumbleuponXingMailYummly Splintered Book Review There are some books that grab their readers and refuse to let go. These stories drag us down a rabbit-hole of adventure and fantasy, and usually stay with us for a while. A.G. Howard’s Splintered is one such book. A retelling of Alice in Wonderland, Splintered follows Alyssa Gardner, a descendant of Alice Liddell. Alice Liddell was the actual inspiration for Alice in Wonderland. However, in Howard’s story, Alice dies in an insane asylum. Alyssa’s mother is in an insane asylum too, and Alyssa is afraid that she too is going mad. Her ability to hear bugs and plants talk is...

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