Unhinged by A. G. Howard


Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the Bandersnatch. She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindictive Queen Red. Now all she has to do is graduate high school and make it through prom so she can attend the prestigious art school in London she’s always dreamed of.

That would be easier without her mother, freshly released from an asylum, acting overly protective and suspicious. And it would be much simpler if the mysterious Morpheus didn’t show up for school one day to tempt her with another dangerous quest in the dark, challenging Wonderland—where she (partly) belongs.

As prom and graduation creep closer, Alyssa juggles Morpheus’s unsettling presence in her real world with trying to tell Jeb the truth about a past he’s forgotten. Glimpses of Wonderland start to bleed through her art and into her world in very disturbing ways, and Morpheus warns that Queen Red won’t be far behind.

If Alyssa stays in the human realm, she could endanger Jeb, her parents, and everyone she loves. But if she steps through the rabbit hole again, she’ll face a deadly battle that could cost more than just her head.


Oh, My Stars! The ending of this book, though! I wasn’t expecting it at all! Anita really took us there, but I am so glad she did. Unhinged by A.G Howard was wonderfully mad.

What I absolutely loved about this book was that we as readers finally got to know more about Alyssa’s parents. This is including where and how they met. Alison, since book one, had always a mystery to me. I’m overjoyed that this book gave me a chance to get to know her better. 

While most fans probably are all about Jeb and Morpheus in regards to this book, I much preferred the relationship between Alyssa and her mother in this one. It was very sweet. It really brought the whole story (so far) together. I loved that ending because it caught me off guard. I can barely contain my excitement for Ensnared

If you would like to purchase this book you can do so by using the link below to purchase it from The Book Depository! 


Pages: 387

Format: Paperback 

Rating: 5/5!

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