This is me. IRL.
This was taken on valentine's day on a whim. I love this picture of me. So I felt like sharing. :D
So If you ever wanted to know what Rabbit looked like, well, now you know. LOL :D
Shit. Pretty much complete shit.
If you enjoy sexist bullcrap with an emphasis on over-bearing and aggressive romance coupled with a meandering, tissue-paper thin plot and populated with wisps of smoke on the breeze in place of supporting characters overseen by an unsettling puppet-master third-side of a hideous and oppressive triangle of love then by all means - be my guest and get ready to fall in love with Splintered by AG Howard. If, however, you are not a fan of fiction-for-the-insane and would prefer not to read a shoddy rehashing of Tim Burton's 2010 movie Alice mashed up with American McGee's awesome video game of the same name then this is really not the book for you.
Alyssa's family has a history of insanity, beginning it seems with Alyssa's great-great-great grandmother who was the inspiration behind Lewis Caroll's classic story of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With Alyssa's mother incarcerated in the most ridiculous asylum I have ever had the misfortune of reading about (if a nurse were to casually wander around with an unprescribed and loaded syringe of some unspecified sedative just chilling in her pocket, believe me she'd me struck off sharpish) Alyssa dives back down the rabbit hole to Wonderland to right the wrongs of the past and break the curse of madness her family appears to be struck with.
I'd like to thank the author and publisher for the advanced reading coy I received via netgalley in return for an honest review.
In all honesty, I had never heard of Anthony James prior to receiving this book. I enjoy reading autobiographies as a rule, even if I have limited prior knowledge of the author.
Unfortunately, this book just didn't grab my attention. I really tried to persevere with it and give it a fair chance, but I quickly got rather bored. The timeline of the story jumps about all over the place, and this, combined with the very poor grammar, really annoyed me.
I really wanted to like this book, but unfortunately I found the title the most interesting thing about it.