Wonderland by Juno Dawson
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What happens when you fall down the rabbit hole?
Welcome to Wonderland, the latest compulsive new novel from the brilliant, bestselling, award-winning Juno Dawson.
Alice lives in a world of stifling privilege and luxury – but none of it means anything when your own head plays tricks on your reality. When her troubled friend Bunny goes missing, Alice becomes obsessed with finding her. On the trail of her last movements, Alice discovers a mysterious invitation to ‘Wonderland’: the party to end all parties – three days of hedonistic excess to which only the elite are welcome.
Will she find Bunny there? Or is this really a case of finding herself? Because Alice has secrets of her own, and ruthless socialite queen Paisley Hart is determined to uncover them, whatever it takes.
Alice is all alone, miles from home, and now she has a new enemy who wants her head…
A searing exploration of mental health, gender and privilege, from the most addictive YA novelist in the UK today, and the author of What's the T?
NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER READERS
FROM THE WINNER OF THE YA BOOK PRIZE 2020
'A vicious, dark delight.’ – Heat Magazine
'The latest from the bestselling Dawson updates Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to the present day for an addictive tale of privilege, power, secrets and lies.' - i newspaper
'A radical re-telling of Alice in Wonderland.' - Cosmopolitan
'Highly addictive...deliciously debauched...with shades of Euphoria, Skins and Gossip Girl, Wonderland provides some much-needed escapism while expertly tackling serious themes like self-harm, suicide, addiction, gender and sexuality...there's no better time to dive head-first down a hedonistic fictional rabbit hole.' - Stylist
'Cruel Intentions meets Gossip Girl...an emotionally articulate, immersive tale about excess, self-acceptance and psychotic socialites. Loved it!' - Uli Lenart, Attitude (Book of the Month)
'So fun and the perfect escapism, I loved it.' - Fearne Cotton in Red Magazine
'A stylish, clever and explicit story about mental health, gender, privilege and finding yourself in a toxic age.' - Independent
Publication Date: 28 May 2020