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Alice (The Wanderland Chronicles, #1) Alice by J.M. Sullivan
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“How doth the little crocodile improve his shining tall, and pour the waters of the Nile on every golden scale.” His eyes flicked meaningfully from the book to Alice before he continued. “How cheerfully he seems to grin, how neatly spreads his claws, and welcomes little fishes in, with gently smiling jaws.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“You have a friend named Bug?”

“Sure. Why wouldn’t I?” Chess asked. “I have another friend who keeps telling me to call her Alice even though I give her way better names— which is even weirder if you ask me.” He gave her a pointed look.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“But which way do I go from here?” she wondered, searching the unfamiliar city.

“That depends a great deal on where you want to go,”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“Like Dinah says, “We can only play the cards we’ve been dealt. It doesn’t do any good to wish about things you can’t change.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“...why did you stick with me?”

“That’s easy, Alice,” he said. His amber eyes melted into hers. “It’s the first rule of chess: always protect your queen.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“His head exploded. I’d never seen someone’s head explode. I never thought I would. Maybe in the movies, but not in real life. It’s amazing what a 12-gauge can do at close range.”
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“Lewis exasperated her, always talking about life before the Plague and how it would be if everything was different. He was a dreamer. “It would be nice, but it’s not gonna happen, Lewis. You shouldn’t spout off talk like that, giving false hope to people. It’d be better if they focused on surviving. It’s more important than some silly dream.”

“But Alice, dreams are how people get by in a place like this,” Lewis countered. His freckles faded with his smile. “We gotta find somethin’ to hold onto, else we’ll all go mad.”
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“Complete the mission! Paint them red!”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“How cheerfully he seems to grin, how neatly spreads his claws, and welcomes little fishes in, with gently smiling jaws.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice
“Who wouldn’t choose to be the best version of themselves possible? People, by nature, are narcissistic.” He straightened his tie and jacket as if to support his argument.”
J.M. Sullivan, Alice