Down the Rabbit Hole
Updated: Jun 14, 2021
In 1865, a character named Alice fell into a rabbit hole in Lewis Caroll's story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and ended up in a bizarre world that was more like a hallucination than real life. But wouldn't any place so different from the norm seem that way?
When asked what was to come in my own Never's Tempest Series, my attempt at not revealing spoilers usually resulted in a vague reference to the fact that the McNagle sisters would be headed down the proverbial 'rabbit hole'. In other words, an experience strange and surreal awaited Millie and Dee as they follow an altered destiny in the second book. But the world on the other side of any door - or rabbit hole - will always seem wonderous until it tries to kill you.
In Book 2, The Battle of the Innocent, the McNagle sisters' penchant for coming to the aid of someone in need is sorely put to the test when they are presented with two strange boxes and a new mission. The catch? If they refuse to help, someone will suffer a tragic end. If they accept, the world they know will never be the same.
While I am excited to bring this new installment of the eventual 4-part series to readers, I should warn that the trials and tribulations faced by the McNagle sisters in this story are a bit darker and more dangerous than in Book 1. But really, would we want it any other way?
Peace and adventures to all.