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 more than just her head. @goodreads
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 back to Wonderland.
Morpheus tells Alyssa that Red is on the loose and coming after her. Alyssa needs to come back to Wonderland and defeat her or everything in Wonderland is in trouble and if she comes to the human world, all of Alyssa's family and friends are in trouble.
Well, Alyssa waits and waits and waits until it's too late. Red has already arrived. I wanted to scream at Alyssa because the whole time she is wanting to tell Jeb about all the stuff he doesn't remember from the first book. It's like lets just get this show on the road. But, it worked out this way in the long run because Alyssa finds out some secrets about her mom and dad that she might not have found out if she went on to Wonderland.
I thought this second book was pretty good. Like I said, a few things got on my nerves, but for the most part it was pretty good.
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