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. In The Boy in the Web, Alyssa's mother reminisces about her own time in Wonderland and giving up the crown to rescue the man who would become her husband. And in The Moth in the Mirror, Morpheus delves into Jeb's memories of the events of Splintered.
©2015 A. G. Howard (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I loved this book. I was sorry to see the Trilogy end. I had a hard time letting go of characters I loved so. This was a great addition to the story. Still sad to see it end though. I would love to hear more about future adventures in Wonderland! Think the reader did a wonderful job with all the voices. Really kept me interested.
Yes i would listen to the book again, i have to say i did enjoy it.
I liked how the reader was able to separate each characters voice throughout the story.
The voicing of different characters, giving me ideas of what they might have sounded like in real life.
I can't really say, without spoiling any parts of the book.
Overall the audio book was great, but the only downside was Morpheus's voice. It was NOTHING like i expected, and actually kinda sounded like Mel B. But i have to give the reader some credit for voicing all the characters on her own.
Short, fun, extras
Six Impossible Things.” This is a novella about Alyssa being an old woman and making the journey back to Wonderland. I really liked how this went through three memories that Alyssa had with Jeb and then three memories that Alyssa had with Morpheus. Then of course you get to read about Alyssa having her and Morpheus dream child.
I wanted to listen to it in all one setting but unfortunately because of life I was unable to do so.
“Untamed” by A. G. Howard was a sweet tribute to the beloved characters that we have fallen in love with. I fell in love with the “Splintered” series right away. I am a huge Alice in Wonderland fan and this seemed like such a perfect fit for me.
I’ve missed these characters since I finished “Ensnared.” It was nice to get to revisit each of them again. I feel like “Untamed” was written specifically for the fans. These are for the ones that want just that little bit more of the world and characters that Howard created.
“Untamed” is three novellas. “The Boy in the Web,” which is a look at Alyssa’s parents. The second novella is “Moth in the Mirror,” where Morpheus is seeing things from Jeb’s side of the story on events that happened in “Splintered.” Last but not least we have “Six Impossible Things.” This is a novella about Alyssa being an old woman and making the journey back to Wonderland. I really liked how this went through three memories that Alyssa had with Jeb and then three memories that Alyssa had with Morpheus. Then of course you get to read about Alyssa having her and Morpheus dream child.
I think “Untamed” was a good ending to the series. I know there were a lot of expectations of whether or not this was going to be all about Jeb or Morpheus and how it was going to go. I think that A. G. Howard did a good job with it. I liked the amount of information that I was given because it still leaves room for imagination on my part.
It sounds like she's reading some kind of list or something not a book. I don't like it much. I can't even read along with the book.
This was one of the best adaptations of a well known story I've read next to Wicked. This final book in the series was like wrapping up in a warm blanket because it put you at ease about certain characters futures while grieving over the loss of others. I would be interested to read a spinoff about the future of wonderland.
Low as it is a collection of short stories to a series. It's still good.
I loved Alyssa's story
Only the splintered trilogy
It had memory s from every one and alot of questions are answered .
not as good as the others but worth a read
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