Published by Abrams on December 15th 2015
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy & Magic, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Adaptations
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Also in this series: Unhinged, Ensnared
Also by this author: Splintered , Unhinged
Alyssa Gardner went down the rabbit hole and took control of her destiny. She survived the battle for Wonderland and the battle for her heart. In this collection of three novellas, join Alyssa and her family as they look back at their memories of Wonderland. In Six Impossible Things, Alyssa recalls the most precious moments of her life after Ensnared, and the role magic plays in preserving the happiness of those she loves. Alyssa’s mother reminisces about her own time in Wonderland and giving up the crown to rescue the man who would become her husband in The Boy in the Web. And Morpheus delves into Jeb’s memories of the events of Splintered in The Moth in the Mirror, available in print for the first time.
I’m going to make this review a quickie, because I’m trying to leave out spoilers for those that haven’t read the series.
I will say I was so happy to be back in the world of Wonderland. It’s creepy, twisted, and everything I love. I missed these characters, and was excited when this book was announced. I’ve put off reading it for a while because I knew it would bring up all the emotions. And that it did.
Untamed is broken up into 3 sections. We get to see what happens with Alyssa’s mom, Morpheus, and Alyssa. We get a look into the past, present, and future. It was everything I hoped it would be and more. There were so many times where I laughed and times when the tears were rolling down my cheeks. (Those times elicited laughs from The Hubs.) But I felt complete after reading this book.
I adore Jeb, but Morpheus will always be my favorite. Even though all the characters have changed throughout the series, I think he has the most. I don’t want to get into the details because like I said SPOILERS, but fans of this series need to read this book. You will no be disappointed, and we get to see the scenes we’ve always wondered about.