• Ascending from Madness

  • Winterland Tale, Book 2
  • By: Stacey Marie Brown
  • Narrated by: Mia Madison
  • Length: 14 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Ascending from Madness

By: Stacey Marie Brown
Narrated by: Mia Madison
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Publisher's Summary

Ready for your holiday season to get deliciously naughty again?

The bad boys and girls of the Winterland are back for the conclusion of Alice and Scrooge’s story. This tale is mad, dark, twisted, sexy, and nothing like the legend you know.

Life for Alice Liddell should be normal. Work, family, and her general sucky life back at her parent’s house, working as a slutty elf in Santa’s shop. But from the moment Alice wakes up from a terrible fevered dream, nothing feels ordinary. With visions of strange creatures, an obsession with creating top hats until her hands bleed, and an inexplicable attraction to her married neighbor, Matt, she feels like she’s going crazy.

When her illusions of twin elves, singing penguins, and sexy reindeers start to turn into full-blown hallucinations, her family feels they have no choice but to find her help.

Her therapist is Matt’s wife, Jessica Winters, someone Alice feels in her gut she shouldn’t trust. But the more Alice loses her touch on reality, the more her parents turn to Jessica.

In one night, Alice loses everything, landing her in an insane asylum, where she learns not only Jessica is not who she seems, but no one is in there.

As Alice’s mind cracks more, her visions feeling more like memories, she’s in a fight for her life against the mad ruler of the institution.

Except who will believe her? She’s the crazy girl. The one who’s visited by ghosts of holiday icons. But one thing good about going mad?

In some places, being mad is exactly what you need to survive...

To ascend from madness.

©2019 Stacey Marie Brown (P)2019 Stacey Marie Brown

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So much better

Wow, this was such a better read than the first. Idk what it was but this second book sucked me in right away. I enjoyed the narrator more and the story was so good!

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into the looking glass!

great new Christmas way to get into a an old tale! and then some! holy vampire holly Stacey has done it again!

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Santa in wonderland? lol

this was amazing! Santa and all his friends Blended beautifully with Alice in wonderland. this story was great. the performance was great truly enjoyed it. didn't know it was the second book though.

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This should have been one book

Second part was super enjoyable, much better than the first. I honestly believe the story is one book material.

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