The Wonderland Effect by Robert Arrington

Wonderland Effect

Robert Arrington is an that is new to me. I am glad I came across this book. The cover drew me to it and the description is what pulled me in. This book has action, adventure, heroes, villains, superpowers and mystery. I loved it from the first page to the last. The only complaint I have is that it wasn’t longer than the 495 pages that it was.

Alice first recognized her powers when she was eight years old after she accidentally poisoned herself. After she was saved from death, her powers manifested. Most supernaturals only have one power but she has multiple powers. They attribute that to her gaining her powers so early since most don’t earn them until puberty or later. She draws attention to herself when she’s a sophomore in high school. She thinks the Wonderland Effect is in motion and is drawing her to help find a missing little boy. So she uses her powers and is eventually able to find him. But, it draws attention. The villain decides to turn up at her house under the guise of a federal agent and tries to draw her to his side.

Things don’t work out for the villain so well. Alice and her father must go on the run to keep themselves safe from the new threats that arise. Just when things look bleak for them, new Empowereds show up and rescue them. But how long will they remain safe?


Available on Kindle for $3.99

Available on Smashwords for $3.99

495 pages

***Please note that I received a copy free from Smashwords in exchange for an honest review***

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