The Outerlands

  • Title: The Outerlands
  • Author: Jared R. Lopatin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 258
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  • The Outerlands Alex didn t want to die but he just couldn t take it any Dwight s pills seemed to promise escape and escape is exactly what he gets He ends up in a world reminiscent of his childhood Wonderland but
    Alex didn t want to die, but he just couldn t take it any Dwight s pills seemed to promise escape and escape is exactly what he gets He ends up in a world reminiscent of his childhood Wonderland, but nothing is as it was in Alice s day The Outerlands are a twisted version of his favorite story, with strange characters and unnatural dangers Before he can get used tAlex didn t want to die, but he just couldn t take it any Dwight s pills seemed to promise escape and escape is exactly what he gets He ends up in a world reminiscent of his childhood Wonderland, but nothing is as it was in Alice s day The Outerlands are a twisted version of his favorite story, with strange characters and unnatural dangers Before he can get used to his new home, it s threatened by an outside force Will Alex ever find a place where he feels safe

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    About Jared R. Lopatin


    1. Jared R Lopatin grew up in Philadelphia with great dreams of becoming a veterinarian or muppeteer Naturally, he ended up performing on a stage for four years Following a similarly warped trajectory, he now works in Deaf education as an English teacher In the midst of all of that, he started writing Rising Sign was his first novel.Since then, there have been others, but there s always a new book in the works isn t there always


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    1.   If there's one word to describe The Outerlands, I would choose the word CREATIVE. I was lost inside of this book, and if I'd be the one to choose I will not go out. I read Alice in Wonderland a long time ago. I even watched the Disney movie. But even with all of that, I admit that I forgot most of the things that happened. The Outerlands is an incredible take of Alice's Wonderland. Like I said, it was creative. It was also magical, enthralling and written in the most impressive way. Its a bit [...]

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    2. I am a huge fan of Alice and Wonderland and when I read the summery for The Outerlands, I knew I needed to read it. It is always interesting reading someone else’s take on a fairy tale; most people have come to love. Alice in Wonderland is a bit insane to begin with and this story takes it to a whole new level. Jared R. Lopatin takes his readers into a world full of twisted people and creatures. His take on Wonderland is quite interesting and I liked seeing all the different characters. I was [...]

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    3. First off let me say that I do not support the use of random pills that you have clue on. So now that my nurse-side can chill, let me also say that I liked this book. I liken it to Alice in Wonderland but more chaotic and crazy and messed up. He needed to fight a lot to be able to survive - much like anyone's life honestly. I really feel that some will connect with this version of a classic story we all love. I mean, I have an Alice poster on my wall for crying out loud. Overall, I would give th [...]

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    4. I enjoyed this but then I enjoy the books from this author. He is an amazing story teller, I love his writing style and will always jump at the chance to add his works to my collection.

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