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Review: Wonderland (Wonderland Quartet #4)

User Review  - Mjhancock - Goodreads

Oates' depiction of distorted mind states is, on first encounter, striking. The problem is every character seems to be in a distorted mind state at all times, which gets to be a bit tiring. Read full review

Review: Wonderland (Wonderland Quartet #4)

User Review  - Elisheva - Goodreads

It took me forever and a half to read this book. Which was OK because the story was compelling enough that I wanted to keep on reading--at least most of the way through. By the end, the characters and ... Read full review

Review: Wonderland (Wonderland Quartet #4)

User Review  - Kaela - Goodreads

Powerful and amazing but also painful. There are some major plot twists that are sometimes hard to stomach and left me in shock... so I would not recommend to the faint of heart. On the other hand ... Read full review

Review: Wonderland (Wonderland Quartet #4)

User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Kathi loves Joyce Carol Oates and I'm glad to have finally read one she cited among her favorites. Sometimes disturbing, I felt kind of vindicated for the characters sufferings by the end of the book ... Read full review

Review: Wonderland (Wonderland Quartet #4)

User Review  - Pewterbreath - Goodreads

This book is VERY dated. There's a huge "sins of the fathers" sort of thing going on, and on top of that---oh I don't know. I kind of like it, but at the same time I'm at a loss of what lessons I'm supposed to learn from this thing (and it's clear I'm supposed to learn some). Read full review


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