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Lotus Rose

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Lotus Rose is like this generation’s twisted, more adult version of Roald Dahl. And since Lotus wrote a continuation of Alice in Wonderland, he’s also like the demented doppelganger of Lewis Carroll. But he’s not like one of those doppelgangers who kills the original then takes their place, because Lewis Carroll is already dead. Really, though, Lotus is a sweetheart.
His style can best be described as “children’s stories for adults.” He retains all the best of children’s literature—the imagination, the playfulness, the outright weirdness—then adds an additional layer of mature themes and subjects. And often with a dark sense of humor.
So, if you ever wanted to revisit your childhood, to reexperience the wonder of children’s literature, but
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All three books of the Jabberwocky Trilogy in one value priced package!
The decapitated Jabberwock's head is still functional—he just needs a new body.
15-year-old Queen Malice wants to help her buddy, Jabby, as she likes to call him. And so she plans a quest to Jabberwock Valley, where most of the other jabberwocks live.
But Jabby isn't the only one they must help. Wonderland itself is in danger,... Read more of this blog post »
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“You shouldn’t start a sentence with ‘however’ unless you have a sentence stating something appropriate before, which would be the thing you’re howevering. It’s not grammatical. I should cut you.”
Lotus Rose, Alice the Assassin

“how could I have been so naive before, thinking perhaps everyone had good motives, that everyone has a good side to them, even though it may perhaps be buried deep. When the truth is there is much to be gained from being heartless, immoral.”
Lotus Rose, Alice the Assassin

“now that she is heartless, she is much less naive and she almost expects everyone to be deceitful, for she now realizes there is so much advantage in it. Why should she believe a word this egghead says? Perhaps he had grown curious and taken the heart as his own. She wouldn’t put it past him. She wouldn’t put anything past anyone. And she now marvels at her old self—how could I have been so naive before, thinking perhaps everyone had good motives, that everyone has a good side to them, even though it may perhaps be buried deep. When the truth is there is much to be gained from being heartless, immoral.”
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Lotus Well thank you. I appreciate it. :)


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Dale Thele Lotus, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading
Malice in Wonderland #1: Alice the Assassin.
Wishing you the very best!


Bradley I hope you are having a good day! =)

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