Imagine this... The power of imagination has been lost!
Now it's all about the artillery as AD52s, crystal shooters, spikejack tumblers, and orb cannons are unleashed in a war of weapons and brute force.
As Alyss searches wildly for the solution to the disaster that has engulfed her queendom, Arch declares himself King of Wonderland. The moment is desperate enough for Alyss to travel back to London for answers, where Arch's assassins are threatening Alice Liddell and her family. But after coming to the Liddells' assistance, Alyss discovers herself trapped in a conundrum of evaporating puddles. The shimmering portals that exist to transport her home through the Pool of Tears are disappearing!
What is happening in Wonderland? Deep within the Valley of Mushroom the Caterpillar Oracles issue this prophecy: "Action shall be taken to ensure the safety of the Heart Crystal. For Everqueen." But who is Everqueen?
Well, I think this is a great ending to a great series, Beddor even decided to throw in a happy ending. The last few chapters kept you on edge but he brought it together nicely. The plot of course was based upon "Alice in Wonderland" but more adult. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and hope to own it one day in the future where it will sit on the shelf with "Harry Potter" and "Percy Jackson and the Olympians".
I would recommend this to pretty much to everyone, BUT it does contain a considerable amount of violence, blood, and death.