Welcome to the Second short work eBook in the Alice Zombie Series. This series is a short work series of eBooks based upon the novel Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. While not simply a rewrite, the overall tone of the book attempts to adhere to the spirit in which the original work was published. The Alice Zombie Series is planned to encompass three eBooks which will then be compiled into one final ebook. In the timeline of the overall Alice series by Lewis Carroll, this short work series occurs before the final draft of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
This particular book covers the period shortly after Alice’s arrival in Under City and the beginning of her journey home. While Alice attempts to comprehend her surroundings in the fashion and spirit of good consumermanship, she finds she is often challenged to explain events by other means. She’s learned some trust for March; however, his seemingly haphazard, confusing, and distracted mannerisms cause her to question his logic and brilliance. Compounding the situation is a thinly veiled apprehension others seem to share about her return to Second City. Alice is merely concerned with returning to her parents but is there more she should consider?
Read alsoLitanei Pure sheet music for piano and trombone by Franz Schubert arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm
Litanei Pure sheet music for piano and trombone. Litanei also known as "Litaney auf das Fest Aller Seelen" or "Litany for the Feast of All Souls" is from Am Tage Aller Seelen (D.343) by Franz Schubert. Arrangement by Lars Christian Lundholm - score with part
While this ebook is based off of the Alice genre, it is not intended for adolescent readers. This ebook does not contain nudity or profanity. It does; however, relate the exploits of a teenage Alice and as such may contain discussions of mature subject matter and violence against fictional creatures.
While the fictional violence against fictional creatures is not real violence against real creatures, the author would like to express his utter concern with the undead and that absolutely no undead were harmed during the making of this short work.