- File Size: 6357 KB
- Print Length: 368 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1977983073
- Publisher: Tillie Cole Ltd (October 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0768VNYGM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,159 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But warning before you fall into the rabbit hole be warned this is not for the faint of heart, dark dark themes lie in these pages! But if you love dark reads and want a Alice in Wonderland Adventure you WILL NEVER FORGET! pick up this book! Where do I find my own Rabbit?
Ooh and that strip club scene.......HAWT!
the love these two share is off the charts, move over Joker and Harley Dolly and Rabbit will destroy you two with smiles on their faces and then throw you a xxxrated scene to boot!
I need a Henry/Hyde book and Chapel story now ≤333
"A path of destruction no one saw coming; the sweetest, most violent deaths carried out with the gentlest of smiles on our faces and the utmost hell in our hearts."
Heathan and Ellis are introduced to us as young kids. But even at the beginning Tillie Cole sets up Heathan as our dark horse. Dark and mysterious and something sinister lying underneath. But he is just a kid. Can a child be evil or are they a product of their surroundings. Then there is Ellis, the young and innocent child that is infatuated with Alice in Wonderland and tea time ("only Early Grey will do"). They live in seclusion on an estate with Ellis' father and the uncles. What happens to the children next will set up a path of darkness for both of them for many many years. They fall into the rabbit hole and need to find Wonderland to escape. And here is where we meet Rabbit and Dolly.
"My little Dolly Darlin', your blood merged with mine, through my veins, bringing me your light...And my blood now runs in yours. My darkness...my blackened soul polluting yours, bringing you over to my side. My Dolly...after all these years, mine. Succumbing to my will."
This dark and blood filled story is a story of pain, revenge, love and something more sinister within all the characters. No one asks for forgiveness. Everyone knows their places and lives their lives with no regrets. It's actually quite ugly for some of the characters. The only regret Rabbit may have is that he didn't find his Dolly sooner. Save her sooner.
"There was no Rabbit without Dolly. There was no Dolly without Rabbit."
This book hit all the dark and disturbing notes I was hoping for. I like to go dark for Halloween and Sick Fux gave it to me. But it also gave me a story of love and hope within all the darkness as weird as that sounds. Like a beautiful bloody slashing episode of Dexter!
" You know, when you're little, you have more endurance than God is ever to grant you again. Children are man at his strongest. They abide." - Rachel Cooper, "The Night of the Hunter"(1955)
Be prepared to be changed by reading this book. I was. The book sparkles like a illuminated prism in the darkness. It has many sides and many faces. It is gripping in its depiction of violence and one the most difficult depictions of violence to read about is the sadistic rape of children. Yet, the scenes are not written for gratuitous effect nor are they written to simply shock us. This author has so much to say to the reader. As we listen, we ourselves are changed for the better having grown in understanding of things we have heretofore not considered.
The familiar classic, Alice in Wonderland, written under the nom de plume, Lewis Carroll can be interpreted as a child's eye view of the world as they embark on their journey to adulthood. This is one interpretation of many. It's the kind of fantastical tale whose characters resemble people in our own lives. The story can be many things to many people. It is a story that became a central theme in the heartbreaking yet curiously redemptive story of our main protagonists-Rabbit and Dolly.
We first meet Heathen James as child as Ellis Earnshaw discovers the startlingly beautiful little boy all in black dressed in a waistcoat of all things. Then and there the wings of a butterfly move ("The Butterfly Effect") and their entire future is altered. They rename each other. Heathen is named Rabbit from Ellis' favorite book read to her by her Mum before she died. Heathen names her Dolly as she is dressed and looks just like her "Alice in Wonderland" doll.
Heathen's mother was afraid of her own son. Why? She dropped him off to live with his father who is caretaker on the Earnshaw estate. He has piercing gray eyes that flash menacing, silencing murderous looks. No one can touch him. He has been dropped into a nest of vipers who kill his father so that they can take their sick, perverted pleasure from a lost little boy. Rabbit has a broken pocket watch that keeps perfect time for both Dolly and him. “ Tick tock , tick tock , tick tock . . . ”
As he is raped, he focuses on his watch. “ Tick tock , tick tock , tick tock . . . ”
Dolly is a precious innocent trapped on this sprawling estate. She lives in her fantastical tea parties. She does not go to school. She is an exceptionally pretty child. Her father and "uncles" are lying in wait until she turns that ripe age of ten. With the heart of an expectant innocent child, she is excited about her birthday and the surprises her father promised her. Heathen stayed and endured the abuse visited upon him because he felt if these perverts had him, they would leave little Dolly alone. His comfort came at night in the arms of this sweet innocent little girl.
We read with horror at Dolly's fate on this birthday. Her Rabbit without hesitation brutally dispatches the fiend who stole this little girl's innocence and her virginity. This pervert won the right to her virginity off her father in a card game. Heathen is then locked away at 12 years old in the rich man's private prison from hell with other psychopathic enemies of these perverted business men. It is there that Rabbit grows up in the dark under the tutelage of "sick f@@@s". Mercifully, his cellmates protect him from further sexual abuse rampant in this private hell of a prison and he learns... useful skills. The entire time, his one thought is to return to and rescue his "Dolly".
Rabbit returns to his Dolly but is he too late? Has she been irrevocably broken? As Rabbit takes her to "Wonderland", the reader will be challenged to determine the answer to just this question. The two embark on a phantasmagorical avenging killing spree described in bloody detail after bloody detail. Their sex play together for all its bizarre kink on display becomes a slow process of healing for them. But will they ever be able to assimilate in society and finally live in peace loving each other?
As a reader experiencing this bloody, often macabre journey, I felt no rush to judgement about the violence. In fact, it was cathartic for me so that I could release all the pain which I felt in my heart for these children. In their horror show costumes they became beautiful in my mind's eye. The prick of conscience I had over the collateral damage of killing a bodyguard her or there vaporized in the knowledge that these abusers continued their sick abuse of children and their body guards or anyone associated with them knew about this and kept silent. They became guilty and convicted in my heart.
The twinge of guilt I felt in the enjoyment of their rough sex play also disappeared in the knowledge that this was if not redeeming love, then love that salvaged the remains of a Rabbit and Dolly's person hood forged in abuse, loss and darkness. It was their one bright beautiful untouched light inside of themselves that they saved for each other. If anyone earned the right to express their consensual, off-beat, kinky albeit even bloody sexuality with each other, these two characters earned it.
I learned that sometimes darkness needs to be battled where it is at, in the darkness with a necessary black heart and who am I to judge this black heart? When I felt nothing but love, understanding and compassion for these two children who simply "abided" their torment. As adults they avenged the losses they suffered at the hands of cruel predators to an end where:
"There was no Rabbit without Dolly. There was no Dolly without Rabbit." - Rabbit
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