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“Zoje Stage utilizes the reader's love for family against them. Wonderland is comparable to The Shining, in it's level of terror. But it's The Shining, from Wendy's perspective.”Bob,
Good Neighbor Bookstore
“You enjoy a good horror story, but you're tired of watching the feminine characters run away screaming just when it's getting good. You're so over zombies. What's more, you love the idea that there is deep mystery in nature, maybe even magic, and you're tired of pagan imagery being used with outdated "Satanic panic" tropes. What you really want is that feeling that comes from surfacing after the last page of a maybe-I'm-crazy-or-maybe-there-really-is-something-there, intense, suspenseful plot, to find that dawn has begun while you were reading and that the day looks strange and beautiful after what you've just experienced. Good thing you have Wonderland by Zoje Stage! See you at breakfast, when you too will be aching to talk to somebody about the ending!”Nialle,
The Haunted Bookshop
Shirley Jackson meets The Shining in this richly atmospheric and thrillingly tense novel from the acclaimed author of the "deliciously creepy" Baby Teeth (New York Post).
One mother's love may be all that stands between her family, an enigmatic presence—and madness.
After years of city life, Orla and Shaw Bennett are ready for the quiet of New York's Adirondack mountains—or at least, they think they are. Settling into the perfect farmhouse with their two children, they are both charmed and unsettled by the expanse of their land, the privacy of their individual bedrooms, and the isolation of life a mile from any neighbor.
But none of the Bennetts could expect what lies waiting in the woods, where secrets run dark and deep. When something begins to call to the family—from under the earth, beneath the trees, and within their minds—Orla realizes she might be the only one who can save them . . . if she can find out what this force wants before it's too late.
With an ending inescapable and deeply satisfying, Wonderland brilliantly blends horror and suspense to probe the boundaries of family, loyalty, love, and the natural world.