Alice: The World Of Shadow

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
My story is not for the easily offended. I have such fun playing around with taboos, political correctness, and authoritarian bastards. My sexual adventures and the tiny changes I made to old fairy tales shocked and outraged a few of my dear readers. One woman even accused me of being uncouth. You are all fine people I’m sure, wonderfully sensitive and refined. And I got plenty of couth, Lady. More
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Published by Ernest Kinnie
Words: 41,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452459554
About Janis Hoffman

I hold a modestly high level position in government and wish to remain anonymous. I am grateful to Dr. Kinnie for supporting and publishing the Alice series. He and I have written our books to have fun, and to expand what you can think, feel, become.

The Alice Trilogy is about the wild adventures of a highly intelligent young girl. When she was 2 1/2 she discovered how to use her Shadow hands, part of a Reality right next to this one that the ancient Egyptians called the World of Shadow. When Alice was 4, her mother ran sobbing out the door and never came back.

Be warned. The Alice Trilogy is not suitable for the easily offended! Being tossed in and out of 10 foster homes after her mother left turned her into a self-centered, over-sexed, foul-mouthed brat. She regularly breaks taboos. Ignores political correctness. Loves to plays games with authoritarian bastards. And befouls and besmirchs the lovely fairy tales of your childhood.

She also plays around with the nature and creation of Reality. If you don’t have a good grip on your version, it would be best to pass on by.

She easily conned her way into UC Berkeley and runs circles around the intelligentsia of that fine institution. She never knew her father but he left a pile of money. Better than nothing.

Dr. Kinnie is a retired psychologist who has written Cynical Soup, a book of over 750 observations about the wise and foolish behavior of humans, and Mind Tripping and Maps of Reality, self-help psychology books to explore and create your life.

Come join the dance.

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Review by: Richard Goscicki on June 14, 2013 :
This is a book Lady Gaga might have written. But I must admit this whippersnapper Alice sure knows how to tell a story. She's sort of a modern-day, female Huckleberry Finn. The story flows with the same earthy freshness and frankness. Totally great fun. Five stars from page one.
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