Book Of The Day – Alice In Deadland

by Greg on October 16, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is a bargain Horror/Science Fiction novel by Mainak Dhar. Alice in Deadland has a 3.6 star rating and is only 99 cents!

“I really enjoyed this book, its not the typical recreation of Alice in Wonderland I expected it to be. Its well written, entertaining, and very hard to put down. I would recommend this book to any one who loves Alice in Wonderland or the zombie apocalypse.” Iris – Amazon Reviewer

Alice in Deadland
by Mainak Dhar
Rating: 3.6 Stars
Genre: Horror/Science Fiction
Price: $0.99


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The sensational bestseller. #1 Science Fiction and Horror bestseller. More than 50,000 copies sold in less than three months.

Civilization as we know it ended more than fifteen years ago, leaving as it’s legacy barren wastelands called the Deadland and a new terror for the humans who survived- hordes of undead Biters.

Fifteen year-old Alice has spent her entire life in the Deadland, her education consisting of how best to use guns and knives in the ongoing war for survival against the Biters. One day, Alice spots a Biter disappearing into a hole in the ground and follows it, in search of fabled underground Biter bases.

What Alice discovers there propels her into an action-packed adventure that changes her life and that of all humans in the Deadland forever. An adventure where she learns the terrible conspiracy behind the ruin of humanity, the truth behind the origin of the Biters, and the prophecy the mysterious Biter Queen believes Alice is destined to fulfill.

A prophecy based on the charred remains of the last book in the Deadland- a book called Alice in Wonderland.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Just finished reading the first book, and I absolutely loved it! The story line was AWESOME! what with the way the author wove the original Alice in Wonderland story into this one…. I look forward to the sequel!


Mr. Dhar has definitely hit a home run with Alice in Deadland. I admit I am a fool for zombie stories, and this one catered to my addiction nicely. I would rate Alice in Deadland in my top five favorite zombie stories. For $0.99 it is a steal. Hell, I’d gladly have paid $9.99 for it. This book would make an excellent movie. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a free afternoon and enjoys novels of this type.


I started by just reading a preview of Alice in Deadland on Amazon, got hooked and bought it. Then I stayed up all night reading it because it really draws you in.


I would highly recommend anyone to read this book. The book, Alice in Deadland is a gripping new take on Alice in Wonderland. The author creates a post apocalyptic world where zombies run rampant and threw in a little money grubbing mercenaries. The tale keeps you on your toes all the way to end with new twists and turns. I hope the writer will continue the book into a series…


LOVED this book and hated for it to end. Interesting how the author tied in Wonderland characters to the story. Very entertaining and will be reading the followup.

Get Alice In Deadland here: Alice in Deadland

About The Author

Mainak Dhar is a cubicle dweller by day and author by night. His first `published’ work was a stapled collection of Maths solutions and poems (he figured nobody would pay for his poems alone) he sold to his classmates in Grade 7, and spent the proceeds on ice cream and comics. Mainak was a bestselling author in his native India with titles published by major houses like Penguin and Random House and with one of his novels (Herogiri) being made into a major motion picture. In early 2011, he began to use Amazon to reach international readers through his ebooks and became one of the leading independent authors in the world with more than 100,000 books sold in his first year. He has thirteen books to his credit including the bestselling Alice in Deadland trilogy. Learn more about him and contact him at

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