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Alice in Zombieland (The White Rabbit Chronicles, Book 1) by [Showalter, Gena]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
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Once I started reading this book, I couldn t stop. Amazing! --Kristin Cast, Sunday Times bestselling co-author of the

Gena Showalter delivers an utterly spellbinding story! --Kresley Cole

Gena Showalter delivers an utterly spellbinding story! --Kresley Cole

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Zodra ze je zien, komen ze achter je aan... Als iemand tegen Alice had gezegd dat haar hele leven binnen een seconde totaal zou veranderen, dan zou ze hard hebben gelachen. Toch was er niet meer voor nodig. Eén seconde. Eén keer met je ogen knipperen, één keer ademhalen, één hartslag, en alles wat ze kende, iedereen van wie ze hield, was verdwenen. Haar vader had gelijk. De monsters bestaan echt. En nu is ze haar hele familie kwijt. Zogenaamd door een auto-ongeluk, maar zij weet wel beter. De zombies hebben haar ouders en zusje vermoord. En hun moordlust kent geen grenzen. Om uit handen te blijven van die griezels, moet Alice leren hoe ze tegen ze moet vechten. En hiervoor moet ze haar leven toevertrouwen aan de grootste bad boy van school, Cole Holland...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4207 KB
  • Print Length: 410 pages
  • Publisher: MIRA Ink; 1 edition (25 Sept. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008RW8DEI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,210 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Gena Showalter provides me with a conundrum. I have read quite a few of her adult titles and liked them enough to buy more. Yet when it comes to her YA books I feel like I'm missing something. I never got past the first five chapters of Intertwined and would have given up on Alice much sooner if I hadn't been so determined to finish it.

Alice in Zombieland has nothing to do with the original. Maybe that expectation was an error on my part but apart from the Rabbit-cloud and Kat there is nothing that links these two stories. Had this book had a different title, another cover, perhaps I wouldn't have been able to enjoy this more but I can't be sure.

For me this book is about a third too long. Everything takes ages to start and when it does there are pages and pages in-between of Alice monologue. As a character I never did grow fond of her and have major issues with Alice and Cole's relationship. Alice has questions, given what is happening that is perfectly reasonable, yet Cole and the others tell her she's annoying and she agrees!

As the book progresses the pacing does improve and I can see how this story would appeal too many. But for me Alice in Zombieland didn't match the expectations I had and I don't see me continuing with the series.
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I was aware up front that the link to 'Alice in Wonderland' was slight but decided to give it a go, first borrowing from the local library and then getting my own copy once I realised that even sans Wonderland this was great fun and a new angle on the zombie sub genre.

It also has all the usual hallmarks of the teen horror/romance in that our narrator Alice faces personal tragedy and has to overcome the horrors of USA High School. Gena Showalter does well with this blending a degree of teen angst with a wry sense of humour. The action sequences are well done too.

So yes I'll be pre-ordering Book 2 and certainly recommending it to friends who are into zombies.
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Wow let me first say that I feel absolutely awful giving Gena 3 stars on this book and a whole lot of guilty too as she is one of my favourite authors but I have to be honest and I just thought the book was okay and not her normal brilliance. I'm a long time fan of Gena but in particular her adult books, including the series' Lords of the Underworld, Alien Huntress, Atlantis and her new series Angels of the Dark (just in the process of reading Wicked Nights and absolutely hooked!) to name just a few. So I am sort of disappointed in this book but can't quite put my finger on the reason why as I did think the book was okay, just not fantastic. That being said as a long time fan I will be ordering the second in the series in the hopes that the series will pick up for me and I'll enjoy it more. One thing I can possibly think of is that I read this after Kresley's first YA book, Poison Princess which absolutely blew me away and maybe I am subconsciously comparing them, who knows?

Anyway the book is as the name suggests about Zombies and the main character Alice or Ali as she prefers to be known. Alice is turning sixteen and it's her birthday. Her little sister Emma is desperate for her family to be able to go and watch her very first ballet performance but there is one problem with this and that is that their father will not allow the family out at night - in case the Zombies get them. Their father roams the house of a night checking the windows and doors armed with his gun in case the Zombies manage to get in and kill/eat them all. The girls both think their dad is crackers and is imagining it all (it probably doesn't help their dad's cause that he drinks a lot too) but as this is all they have ever known and their mum refuses to let them 'correct' him then this is how it is.
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I can't help feeling disappointed with this book, mainly because it wasn't what I expected. I think the title is a bit misleading. Perhaps if It was called something different I would have enjoyed it more. So no one else makes the mistake I did, this book in nothing at all to do with Alice in wonderland, it's not a modern take off at all. However there are zombies. I wouldn't say it was a great zombie book but it was ok. I would read more books on zombies but perhaps not by this author.
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I originally purchased this as I thought it was a Zombie-Twist version of the original "Wonderland" story. But it's not.
There is a girl called Alice, and a "white rabbit with a pocket watch" cloud mentioned several times but that's where the similarities end.

Even though this book wasn't what I expected, I did really enjoy it (so much so that I've ordered the 2 books that follow on in this series).
Sure, there are parts that could've been left out or written slightly differently to stop the story seeming slow, but there are a lot of chapter-cliffhangers which gets you to carry on reading.

Alice DOES go down the rabbit hole and emerges into a completely different world, but not literally like in the original.
Her world changes from one second the next and she's thrown into a whole new world. A world with zombies and zombie hunters.

Overall, I'd give this 4 stars and I would recommend it. It's just not what you'd expect from the title.
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