Unhinged Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch She saved the life of Jeb the guy she loves and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindic

  • Title: Unhinged
  • Author: A.G. Howard
  • ISBN: 9781419713736
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindictive Queen Red Now all she has to do is graduate high school and make it through prom so she can attend the prestigious art school in London she s always dreamed of That woAlyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindictive Queen Red Now all she has to do is graduate high school and make it through prom so she can attend the prestigious art school in London she s always dreamed of That would be easier without her mother, freshly released from an asylum, acting overly protective and suspicious And it would be much simpler if the mysterious Morpheus didn t show up for school one day to tempt her with another dangerous quest in the dark, challenging Wonderland where she partly belongs As prom and graduation creep closer, Alyssa juggles Morpheus s unsettling presence in her real world with trying to tell Jeb the truth about a past he s forgotten Glimpses of Wonderland start to bleed through her art and into her world in very disturbing ways, and Morpheus warns that Queen Red won t be far behind If Alyssa stays in the human realm, she could endanger Jeb, her parents, and everyone she loves But if she steps through the rabbit hole again, she ll face a deadly battle that could cost than just her head.

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  • A.G. Howard

    1 New York Times and International bestselling Author of Gothic Fantasy Paranormal tales Mystical romantic with a side of horror YA, NA, and Literary Romance Repped by Jenny Bent.A.G was inspired to write the Splintered Series, her tribute to Carroll s Wonderland, while working at a school library Her pastimes are reading, rollerblading, gardening, and family vacations which often include impromptu side trips to 18th century graveyards or condemned schoolhouses to appease her overactive muse.How A.G Howard rates books on GoodReads I only rate or review books I enjoyed reading, and won t give any rating below 4 stars Please don t consider every high rating I give a book a personal endorsement recommendation from me My ratings here are subjective to me as an individual Even as a writer, I still have a reader s side that responds in a personal way to stories.Also, because I m a writer, I m lenient about things like style and prose I don t view books under a microscope to decide whether I deem the style sophisticated or literary enough to be a time worthy read That s not my call Every writer s voice is individual and unique I ve come to respect this truth during my own personal journey , and I ll never give a book a low rating just because the style doesn t jive with me.As long as a story takes me to another place and is well edited, I m going to give it a good rating And if, for some reason, a book doesn t entertain me or I can t get into it and don t finish it, I won t leave a rating or review at all That s my personal choice If you re considering a book I ve reviewed rated, be sure to read other reviews ratings alongside mine to help you decide if it s a read you might enjoy personally Don t rely solely upon my opinion simply because you like the books I write What I read has little bearing on what I write.Happy book hunting Author photo by pamlaryphotography


  • No rating from me since I gave birth to it. But I LOVES it and am grateful for all of the Splintered fans and readers! It's because of you that I got to continue the story!That's all I can say for now. Except that Alyssa kicks bootie. And Chessie's there along with other Wonderlandians (the good, the bad, and the creepy). OH, and then there's Jeb and Morpheus *drools*. That is all. :)Stay tuned; I'll have an ARC request form for ENSNARED on my website once they're available, and I'll post the l [...]

  • Actual rating: 3.5In a blink, his wings fully manifest and slice the smoky haze, peeling it back to reveal him in his true state: flawless, pale skin, masquerade-style patches curved like ivy beneath his eyes. The teardrop-shaped jewels flash bright and blinding through a rainbow of colors, so many moods they can’t be read.His wings spread out behind him—at once intimidating and majestic.It's Morpheus in the flesh.Morpheus, you glorious motherfucker. LET ME LOVE YOU. Let me do unspeakable th [...]

  • This book = FANGIRL DREAM COME TRUE!!!!!!!This is my fangirly: So I read this BOOK.I HAVE NO words.I hate and love A.G. at the same time. The FEELS warring within. This book is freaking Frabjous.Kaloo-Kallay.*chortles in joy*GIVE ME ENSNARED NOW.'Nuff Said.

  • What a freaking beautiful cover! He is absolutely gorgeous! ♥Just when Alyssa thinks everything is going to go as planned in her life, it doesn't. She's been home from Wonderland for a year, she's with Jeb, she's doing great in school and will graduate soon, planning on moving to London with Jeb, her mom is back home and things are all just peachy. Then . . . . The wonderful Morpheus arrives but his time he's not just in her dreams. He's coming to the human world to try to talk Alyssa to come [...]

  • 1.5 stars.***Will contain major spoilers from the previous book and maybe, some minor ones from this book.***Now, I liked the first book because maybe, unlike this fucking book, it actually had a like-able story, some fucking action, and it wasn't a back and forth between, "oh should I go back to wonderland and save it? or, nah i don't feel like going back to save wonderlandSTENTHE FUCKUP,I could not find a single fuck to give about Alyssa and her having to choose whether she should go fucking s [...]

  • Whoa! That ending, though! I really didn't expect you to take it there, Anita, but I am so glad you did. That was wonderfully mad.What I also loved about this book was that we finally got to know more about Alyssa's parents. A lot more, including how they met. Al's mom was always a mystery to me, and I'm so glad this book gave me a chance to get to know her better. While most fans probably are all about Jeb and Morpheus in regards to this book, I much preferred the relationship between Alyssa an [...]

  • Unhinged picks up a year after Splintered left off. Alyssa is about ready to graduate high school, and from there she intends to move to London with Jeb, her supposedly artsy boyfriend who acts like a Neanderthal and has no memory of their adventure in Wonderland. Her parents, understandably, are worried about her moving across the ocean with a man, and encourage her to at least marry him first—although they really don’t like Jeb at all (I don’t blame them) and are trying to hold on to the [...]

  • 'My heart falls into my feet.Not even the familiar scents of paint, chalk dust, and plaster can comfort me when I see the scene taking shape: a Red Queen on a murderous rampage in a bleak and crumbling Wonderland.Just like my most recent dreamsI smooth the cloth back into place, unwilling to acknowledge what the imagery might mean.It's easier to hide from it.'Alyssa may have finished with Wonderland. But it hasn't finished with her.When Alyssa chose the human world over Wonderland, she thought a [...]

  • So I read Splintered a long time ago and nearly had an aneurysm from the entitled, possessive, prick of douche wad that is Jeb. Actually, it was from the fact that our supposed protagonist (and actual unreliable narrator) Alyssa glorified this abusive asshole and put him on a pedastle. Today I thought, hey, maybe the sequel won't be so bad? Maybe Alyssa will own up to the fact that she is in an incredibly unhealthy relationship and will actually do something to serve the plot?WRONG WRONG WRONG W [...]

  • Really awesome sequel that sets up for the final book nicely! I really love this refashioning of Alice in Wonderland. It is dark and twisted, but oh so good! I actually put on Once Upon Wonderland on Prime Video in the background while I read it. Now I will continue the show as I start book three!

  • Let me just say this: I love Anita. LOVE. She’s one of the most awesome authors I’ve ever talked to! I enjoyed Splintered, but Unhinged was even better! And no, I’m not biased just because I like the author. The world is a deliciously macabre version of the original, and I was thrilled to dive back in!I love Anita’s writing. She can paint the scenes in my head vividly and beautifully! The world building is one of my favorite parts of this series. The other is Morpheus.Oh dear lord, how I [...]

  • “There’s something new behind his eyes—resolution—and I know I’ve just signed my soul away.” 4 stars Well, I’ve been thinking about the rating all night. Kidding, I was asleep, but maybe Morpheus visited my dreams to affect my final decision, because I was SO on the fence yesterday. Anyway, the wicked creature swayed me in his favor, because how could he not? Yes, he was definitely a showstopper and earned all the stars I gave to the book. Hell if I know how Alyssa can resist this [...]

  • Me encantó este libro, me sigue faltando emoción y sobrando algunas páginas, pero sin duda los personajes son magníficos, el cambio de ambientación fue todo un éxito para mí. Morfeo como siempre histriónico y maravilloso, son diálogos son magníficos y el personaje es perfecto para mi. El final del libro mucho mejor que el final anterior, me dejó con muchas ganas de leer el siguiente libro. Reseña Completa: bastvilard/2015/0

  • Dear Mrs. Howard, Please let Alyssa end up with Morpheus. Not after she's with Jeb or anything, but Morph and Morph alone, cause let's be real, you created a beautiful winged boy. Kudos to you.Thank you,Natalie ;)

  • 3.5 starsTo say I'm disappointed is a bit of an understatement. Splintered had its faults Jeb, but I really enjoyed it. The world-building was exquisite and delightfully imaginative so I was willing to overlook the multitude of faults Jeb it came with. Unhinged, on the other hand, takes all these annoyances, blows them up to the size of floats and shoves them in my face, hoping the existence of one two sexy males will be enough to cover them.It doesn't.First off, the plot. Unhinged picks up abou [...]

  • Wonderland and madness and creepy crawling creatures is what I'm reading this series for. Unfortunately, there was less Wonderland and madness in Unhinged than in Splintered, but it did involve an animated clown doll that made me want to burn every toy I've ever owned out of sheer terror. Yes, that's what really makes me want to keep reading - sheer terror.Morpheus remains the most interesting character in the series. As Alyssa herself points out, Morpheus always gets screwed when he does the ri [...]

  • See more reviews at YA Midnight ReadsMini Review: I was really shocked with myself when I found myself not enjoying Unhinged. I practically devoured Splintered just a few months ago, so my change in tastes could not be the reason why I wanted to DNF this sequel. I know I've been writing my reviews in a dot-point format (which is probably suggesting that I'm falling into a review slump--thank god I have recently chosen two co-bloggers to help me) a lot lately however it seems the only conventiona [...]

  • This is how I feel about this book****Update 9th Jan 2014****While I have been anticipating Unhinged and getting to read it, part of me was worried it wouldn't live up the hype and reach my expectations. I fell in love with Splintered, the world and the characters, and each time I fall head over heels in love with a book I always worry that the second one won't meet its predecessor's standards. I really did not think I would love Unhinged as much as I did, or even love it more than Splintered, b [...]

  • Wow! Unhinged was so damn good! I'm really impressed by how much I ended up loving it. It's been so freaking long since I read Splintered. Almost one year and a half I think so it's been really nice to get back into this amazing world. I had to stop a few times, though, to read some books that were due for review but I finally finished it and let me just say that I can't wait until the third book is out. I need it now!It's a little hard to form any coherent thoughts with the way Unhinged ended. [...]

  • 3.5/3.75 maybe? I just didn't love it. It was a pretty big letdown after I really loved Splintered. The corniness got to me and I felt like it was super slow. I just wanted to go back to Wonderland :( I didn't hate it though just yeah Video review to come! (Hopefully soon I'm still quite behind)

  • It's been about a year since Alyssa has returned home from Wonderland and thing are going good in her life.Her mother is out of the insane asylum.She and Jeb are happily dating and are planning on going to London together when she finishes higscholl.And other than Morpheus still visiting her dreams and hearing the flowers and bugs talking, she is finally free from Wonderland.Or so she thought.Queen Red is more furious than ever and vows to take revenge.She destroyed Wonderland and now Morpheus c [...]

  • My mind = blown.I'm justh, I have such a book hangover right now. I just want to fangirl and cry and stroke the book (preciousssss) and get on my hands and knees (not a normal position for me) and beg for the next book. Time, please go faster. I mostly have the same loves and hates for Unhinged as I did with Splintered.While I adored the creepiness of Wonderland (scootch over Tim Burton), I really didn't like how it was continually said "but Lewis Carroll got it wrong and instead it's like thisc [...]

  • 4 out of 10Ревью в моем блоге/This review on my blogLiving A Thousand Lives (please use Chrome/Yandex browser or Android/IOS to see the page; otherwise, spoiler-tags I use to make my post compact may not work)Short-Soundtrack:Marshall Crutcher – Main ThemeCoil – Red QueenRuelle – Everything Is LostGenre: retelling, YAStuff: real world mixed up with netherlingsFail: humans, school, Jeb, JebJeb.WOW: Morpheus, still and alwaysPOV: 1st-person, femaleLove-Geometry: medium going [...]

  • GENIUS. This book is nothing short of pure, fantastical GENIUS.If SPLINTERED tickled your fancy, UNHINGED will send you into hysterics. Come January 2014, you better hold on to your hats, kids, cause you're in for a WILD ride!(Being a crit partner has its privileges--don't hate me.)

  • Unhinged Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch. She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindictive Queen Red. Now all she has to do is graduate high school and make it through prom so she can attend the prestigious art school in London she’s always dreamed of.That would be easier without her mother, freshly released from an asylum, acting overly protective and suspicious. And it [...]

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