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A great quality of this book is the psycological-ness of it. I get Izzy, I understood her feelings of heartache and abandonment. Her insecurity and her hopefulness, her feirce protectiveness of the ones she loves were described exquisitely. Her life was a rollercoaster of emotions that I will gladly ride again.
We are soul sisters, connected by heart if not by blood. I love her more that anyone else in the world.
Best friends don’t just ride through the good times side by side. They fall when the other falls, too. If she is going to get herself arrested, well then I’ll be right beside her, laughing the whole way through while Lori sits on the sidelines, shaking her head at us, no doubt laughing even harder.
Time takes away all those memories you try to cling onto, because new ones push past, bigger and brighter than the last and worm their way into their place. Time makes you forget. Time makes you question. Time isn’t a healer. It’s a destroyer.
Rumour has is that we, as a collective, should never say never. They say (whoever they are), to place that kind of restriction upon our lives will only limit our experience and cloud our judgement in the future.
Victoria writes beautifully, I’m not ashamed to say I cried, I laughed, I gasped, everything that Izzy (and Paris) felt, I felt it along with them. It’s actually incredibly hard to edit a book you enjoy so much, I constantly had to go over it as I realised I was ‘reading’ instead of ‘editing’ and I’m looking forward to reading it purely for pleasure.
We meet Izzy and Paris in the Prologue, aged 10, immediately you can feel their bond, but also Izzy’s struggle. Her life is clearly poles apart from her best friend’s but even aged 10 they are funny, you actually can visualise this conversation between two 10 yr olds….
**“I’m her anchor.”
Unable to stop myself from looking up, still struggling against the pain that’s floating around in the back of my head and making my eyes fill with water, I turn to her and frown. “You just swore.”
“You did it first,” she replies, holding back a giggle.
“No, no I didn’t. I said anchor… anchor!”
“Like one of those things on a boat?” Her little button nose turns up at the end, something she only ever does when she’s confused. **
As Izzy grows up and her life at home becomes unbearable, she's forced to run to the only other place she's ever called home. She runs to her best friend, Paris, and the Hemsworth family for help.
Aged 17 she picks herself up with their support and feels like her life can only be on the up, because it could hardly get worse, right? Hmmmm life has a way of letting you think that, then kicking you right were it hurts with a sucker punch!Read more ›
This book is an exception...
Isabella Moffit has had a rough life. She has seen things no child should have to see, and experienced things she shouldn't have had to experience. The one bright spot in her life - her best friend, Paris Hemsworth. In fact, the whole Hemsworth family becomes her lifeline...until it all changes. Everything and everyone she's ever known is suddenly gone, and Moffy must learn how to survive being alone. She turns to writing, and discovers a passion she didn't know she possessed, and quietly lives her life, her best friend Paris never far from her thoughts. Several years go by, and Paris returns - a different person and with a major problem. Moffy and Paris must once again pick up the pieces of their lives and forge a new path. But where will their journey take them this time? All the way to Wonderland.
I've been a fan of #Wonderland on Twitter for well over a year now, and have come to love and genuinely care for the characters featured in this book. To say I eagerly await the arrival of their stories is an understatement. I promise, like I've never promised before, that this is a book you MUST read, and you will love it. The writing is fantastic, the words almost seem to create a picture that practically floats above the pages. I loved this book, and as I told the author recently - it has left a Wonderland-shaped hole in my heart. I love ya, Moff...and am so proud of you!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
“My daddy says that’s why you have to live each day as though it’s your last… or something like that. I dunno. Read more
When you learn about and start to connect with characters through a social media role play group, I'm not quiet sure what you should expect when an actual novel is written and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Natalie Barber
Izzy Moffit's Road to Wonderland by Victoria L James
WOW WOW WOW.What a book and what a amazing writer. Read more
Every so often a writer comes along with so much talent that it practically oozes from every word they scribble down. Victoria L. James is one of them. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Heather
This was an emotional journey from beginning to end. When I thought that Izzy's story was going to be about one thing, it was about another, and the turns kept coming. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was provided with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alice's Book Wonderland- Alice Smith and Diana Hutchinson
You start with Izzy and Pairs in the school yard at 10 yrs old with Paris talking about how cool her dad was to let her watch Top Gun and inviting Izzy over to watch. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Zetta for Sisterhood of the Travelling Book Blog & All About The Ya Book Blog
Making it to seventeen in one piece isn’t usually a concern for your average teenager, but if there’s one thing Isabella Moffit has never been, it’s average. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Bookaholic and More Blog