In the final installment of the trilogy, the girls find themselves trapped in a twisted life-sized board game where they confront an automaton, a combat mech, a Russian roulette tea party, even an electro-stimulated jabberwock head. Alice wins the Vorpal Fist, a weapon whose special power is to rip out the hearts of those who love the person wearing it. Malice struggles to become a kinder person and limit the number of characters she kills. Who will win? And will Alice finally become a stealer of hearts and turn the tables on everyone?
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Malice in Wonderland Saga
Malice in Wonderland Prequel
Malice in Wonderland #1: Alice the Assassin
Malice in Wonderland #2: Alice the Angel of Death
Malice In Wonderland #3: Alice the Girl Who Will Tear Your Heart Out and Show It To You Before You Die
Malice Hates Fairy Tales Trilogy
Lotus Rose writes delightfully weird tales about young characters in strange situations. At times dark, silly, or bawdy, his writing owes much to such influences as Alice in Wonderland and Roald Dahl, Piers Anthony and Douglas Adams, and explores themes like disillusionment, and the corruption of innocence. If his books were movies, they'd likely be directed by Tim Burton. He often writes in a style that is a more edgy, "grown-up" version of children's literature interspersed with his poetry and songs.
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