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{Hookah: Cameron Jace}Hookah by Cameron Jace
Published by Storykiller Books on September 28, 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult
Pages: 290
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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{Synopsis} – A Plague Scarier than Death:
Alice and the Pillar have to stop a Wonderland Monster who’d lashed out an incurable disease onto the world. Their biggest challenge is that the world loves this monster so much.

A Cure Larger than Life:
The only way to save the world is to travel to the other side of the globe, and peek into one of Lewis Carroll and the Pillar’s darker pasts.

A Truth Madder Than Fiction:
This time, the price of saving the world is too high. Alice will have to live with the consequences of the maddest logic of the world surrounding her.

Will Alice find who the Pillar really is? What he wants? Is she brave enough to handle the one Wonderland Monster she’d thought was a good friends? And even so, is the world ready the truth?

{My thoughts} – Alice is on another adventure. In this all new book she is learning that she has so much more to learn about herself and those in which she chooses to keep company with. This book is a rather fast paced book, that is really difficult to put down once you start to read it.

Within the pages of this wonderful book we start to get answers to an number of the questions that we have. However, with those answers comes even more questions. One of my biggest questions at this point is how does The Pillar know as much as he does? I mean we are told that anyone from Wonderland isn’t suppose to be able to remember a lot about it, but The Pillar knows far more then one would expect him to know at this point in the storyline.

I really enjoyed learning more about the characters in this book. It’s been an incredible ride, for sure. The truth I suppose is probably the only thing that can kill one, because the truth can hurt, it can hurt far more then anyone one person is capable of imagining.

A couple of the things that had been mentioned near the end of the book has peaked my interest. I really love how the books in this series ends and leaves a hook and a line to reel you forward to the next book. This book did just that and I cannot wait to start reading it in the near future. I am sure I will not be disappointed in reading further into the series. Book five here I came!

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.