Esteemed author Nickolas Cook turns and literally drops heads in his novel world of Alice in Zombieland- a unique twist on Lewis Carroll’s well-known Alice in Wonderland still full of the original characters, but revamped with rotting flesh, monsters, and more insanity and riddles than ever before!
Having fun in the graveyard across the street, Alice sees something interesting: a Black Rat wearing a waistcoat, muttering to himself about being late. Seeing such peculiarity, Alice’s curiosity is peeked, and so she follows the Black Rat- down an open grave!
To her bewilderment when she comes out of the grave she finds herself in an undead nightmare of rotting flesh. She meets the strangest and creepiest characters as she ventures along in Zombieland, but there is something else troubling Alice; her skin is rotting and her hair is falling out. She’s cold, and she has the haunting feeling that if she remains in Zombieland any longer, she might never leave. Full of horror and humor, Cook’s Alice will leave readers captivated on her journey to escape Zombieland- before the Dead Red Queen catches up to her.
With amazing zombie-fied updates to the renowned illustrations by Sir John Tenniel, this hilarious remake of Carroll’s classic will satisfy both Alice and zombie lovers everywhere, and have heads rolling off with laughter.
Author Nickolas Cook lives in the beautiful Southwestern desert with his wife and four Chinese pugs. He is an editor, a horror critic, and reviewer, with hundred of article in print. Cook is also the author of a couple of dozen short stories, three novels, and a short story collection.