Hookah 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

  • Title: Hookah
  • Author: Cameron Jace
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  • Page: 132
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  • 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 AA Plague Scarier than DeathAlice 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 LifeThe 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 FictionThis 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

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    1. The truth is madder than fictionAnother fun and crazy ride We get a few more answers to some question, though some of those answers lead to more questions ;-) I have this nagging feeling in my head about Tom Truckle but can't put my finger on it , grrr. Hopefully the answer to him will be in the next book. A hint at the end about the Pillar and a certain someone certainly has my interest peaked (view spoiler)[really hope this isn't the last we hear of him. The timing of it and what he said has m [...]

    2. Hookah was better than the last two of the insanity series, with many twists (so many twists!!) and new mysteries that add so much to the plot!! Alice is finally mature and knows what she is capable of and what she wants. There was almost no Jack :( but Pillar did get me thinking, is he bad? is he good? is he gone for good? hope not!! Loved Hookah, so 4 out of 5!!

    3. Best one yet!I love love love this series's amazing and keeps getting better! I am sad this one has ended, it means now I have to wait for the next one again! These books are so fun and creative, and I hate finishing them because then I inevitably miss the characters. This book brought all the minor characters (in the series) to life in 3-D and made the storyline even more interesting. Alice and (some of) the Inklings attempt to save the world again, with the Pillar's help and guest appearances [...]

    4. Wonderfully mad and wonderfully insane!This book just makes me want to have more insanity in my life. I laughed out loud at some of the phrases in the book."I've always wanted to blow up my employees""No more Sundays""Do I look good for the end of the world?"And "the world is a marshmallow bubble of mess"I absolutely loved the madness in this one. And this isn't the end, so more books to come. Can't wait=> A dose of insanity a day keeps the doctor away

    5. If you've been reading along the Insanity series, volume 4 is a real triumph. The characters get more nuanced, the action becomes inter-continental, and you get more of everything you want in the story! What I really liked about Hookah was the focus on the background of the Pillar. So much of what we've seen of him hinted at things going one way or the other (good or evil, both or neither) and this brought his background and his foreground together to make him a complete character. And because w [...]

    6. Couldn't put it downI have loved this series and I've recommended it any time one of my friends ask for a suggestion of a book series to read. I love the characters so much. Each one is so rich and detailed that it's hard to put it down, you can't wait to see what happens next. This is by far my favorite series.

    7. Another crazy trip down the rabbit hole. I couldn't put it down. I absolutely love this series! Can't wait to see what happens next.

    8. This series is like Old wine in a New bottle,where the Wine gets better and better with age :P

    9. I didn't like this book as much as the last one but I'm still really enjoying this series so far. The overall plot and all individual stories are starting to come together; the humour is still weird af and it's all just so mad and queer. And I hope I will enjoy the next book quite as much!

    10. In book 4 of Cameron Jace's fourth installment of his Insanity series, Alice and the Pillar are off to save the world from yet another of the Wonderland Monsters. They have three days to find a cure for the "incurable" plague that has been unleashed. They have to figure out who cooked the plague up and find a way to stop it. Also, was that Lewis Carrol who is the enemy this time? I have been enjoying the Insanity series so much. And this book was no exception. More questions were answered about [...]

    11. This is another great book in the series. I am absolutley loving this series and how different it is each book is from the one before. Alice in this book is encountering Lewis Carroll's evil alter ego who is killing people by making them tell each other the truth. Alice has to travel to the other Wonderlanders spread across the world in order to find the cure for the poison that is killing people. The most noteworthy secondary character is again Pillar but in this book we get a much bigger glimp [...]

    12. I really wanted to like this book because I love the first three books in this series. This book, however; was not nearly as good as the rest. The story was good, but the writing was terrible. It seemed very rushed (and knowing that the author is releasing TWO books in this series this year, that might be why). Instead of rushing to get these books out, I feel like he should have slowed down to make them better. There are many spelling and grammatical errors (and for a paperback, that shouldn't [...]

    13. This is one of those series that started out fantastic. I'm reading along, enjoying myself, recommending the series to all my friends but then I start losing interest. The author starts getting "preachy" about healthy eating and how dangerous the truth is. I start losing momentum as the story arc starts drifting along. I find myself wishing the series was much shorter (see The Mortal Instruments). Overall, I have given up. I will probably talk to a few friends who managed to finish the series an [...]

    14. The story and characters continue to develop as Alice and Pillar try to save the world once again, this time from an end of the world plague that has everyone at each other's throats. Who is this new Wonderland Monster? None other than Lewis Caroll himself.From England to Columbia to the Vatican, this story doesn't slow down for a moment. Wonderland characters are choosing sides for the upcoming conflict: The Wonderland Wars.Let the madness continue

    15. Breathe taking I am in awe. I been taking to new heights with this book. It was everything and more. The wonderland wars are on their way and I'm still waiting to know anyone's history with one another and alice. The revenge, the hate, the love I'm just in awe. I need book five like yesterday. Cameron Jace just keep out doing his self I'm hungry for more

    16. This series may become the Never Ending Story of Wonderland. There are two more current books to read and I'm already anticipating for the release of book 7 in the Insanity series.

    17. This is still hands down the weirdest book series I have ever read. But in a good way. Is Pillar good or bad? Is Alice the Real Alice? And what is it with Lewis Carroll?

    18. Thank you for answering my questions This book was a great read I have found so far that Cameron Jace writes books that are unput downable. So be warned if you read this story you are likely to be losing sleep and you might even be upset that there are things to do besides read more also be warned this book brings many more questions to be answered

    19. Another wild ride, full of mystery and Alice fighting the mad monsters of Wonderland. The plot has progressed nicely, and the modern world is on the cusp of the Wonderland Wars. Fabiola, the Pillar, and Tom Truckle revealed some more of their secrets, and are becoming more complex characters on closer inspection. Looking forward to seeing what adventures the next book will bring!

    20. You are a genius Cameron Jace!!! I look forward to reading every book you write and I am never disappointed. Hookah was an action packed adventure with another interesting and mysterious villain. I enjoyed learning more about the characters in this book as well and I already got the next book downloaded and ready to go :)

    21. So fun! These books keep me guessing in the best way possible. I can't wait to see what the next one has in store

    22. A very twisted tale of what has happened to Wonderland and Alice. But so many questions still to be answered.

    23. AmazingThis has got me more gripped into the story. I'm literally about to start the next book, I need to know what happens!

    24. Welcome back to the mad world, where there's no shortage of madness.With a new Wonderland Monster, that made me confused at first because of who he is, on the loose poisoning the world with hookahs, it's up to Alice and The Pillar to - once again - save the day. This time it gets more personal with the Pillar's past, as the antidote is on the other side of the world; some place the Pillar has been before. Alice is amazed at what she's finding out and doesn't know what to think about him. As is t [...]

    25. What do you do, when everyone believes in you, and deep down inside you know you're insane?So, I had finished reading this mind blowing book. By mind blowing I mean, that my head splitted into pieces as my thoughts as well.After reading this one I still have a lot of questions and I hope Cameron'll give us the answers someday. I won't write them down here, because they're too spoilery (or maybe I will write them in spoiler at the end of the review).First of all, thanks to Cameron for writing the [...]

    26. Yes this series is insaneI strongly recommend reading the whole thing in order to get your head wrong. If you can't buy but one book at a time (Budget constraints are such a nuisance!) I still recommend rereading from the beginning.

    27. As Cameron said in at the end of the book in an author's note. this is a stepping stone book for the insanity series. Personally, the beginning of the book, mostly to around 40% was quite boring. It's normal that this happens in most books as that part is building up the story, but still, Cameron did some mistakes, as Alice was going to "Die" like 3 or 4 times in a short period of time, and all of the times was "saved" by some kind-of-BS. Not spoiling here, but that was so annoying. It took a lo [...]

    28. Cameron Jace is one of the new author's I have discovered. I own every book he has ever written and I can't wait until the next one comes out. Hookah is just like the series title say "Insanity". Alice Wonder is still in the insane asylum. Once again, Professor Carter Crysalis Cocoon Pillar, has convinced her to escape and save world from the Wonderland Monsters. I am starting to piece together some of the madness and identify who some of the "monsters" were. I love the addition of some of the l [...]

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