The real story behind the Alice in Wonderland books…
In 1854, young Miss Alice Liddell and Charles Dodgson (also known as Lewis Carroll) met over a photograph. The photograph was a performance commanded by Alice’s mother, a woman with lofty aspirations.
One does not snub one of the best photographers in the United Kingdom, even if he is undead.
Across the world, the virulent infection has eased, and a cure of sorts has been created, keeping the undead under control, and preventing those who are Infected from turning. All is well.
Or is it?
The dreadfully shy Reverend Dodgson reaches out to Alice and her sisters to tell them a remarkable story—an innocent tale filled with magic and wonder. White Rabbits, Red Queens, and Mad Hatters abound.
But his tale contains dark secrets that might destroy the reputations of some of the highest people in the United Kingdom.
And Alice’s mother simply can’t allow her husband’s pet zombie to take liberties such as that.
An alternate history behind the background of the Alice in Wonderland books, and the tale within the tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Book 1 in the Alice’s Adventures in Underland Series, followed by Alice’s Adventures in Underland: The Knight of Shattered Dreams.
We’re all Infected here…