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Insanity by Cameron Jace Review

Title: Insanity

Author: Cameron Jace

First published December 19, 2013

254 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9781494723354 (ISBN10: 1494723352)

Rating: 3.83

Overview

In Cameron Jace’s thrilling novel, Insanity, Alice Wonder finds herself confined to the Radcliffe Lunatic Asylum after a tragic incident in her class. Though everyone believes her to be insane, one unlikely ally comes to her aid- a hookah-smoking professor who believes that decoding Lewis Carroll’s paintings and photographs can prove her sanity.

With the professor’s help, Alice embarks on a dangerous mission to save lives and catch Wonderland’s monsters, who have been reincarnated in modern-day criminals. Balancing life as an Oxford University student and a mad girl in the asylum, Alice must walk a thin line between sanity and insanity.

When she meets Jack Diamond, a college student who believes in the science of nonsense, Alice’s world is turned upside down. Will Alice be able to uncover the truth about Wonderland and catch the monsters before it’s too late?

Find out in Insanity.

About the Author

Cameron is a popular writer known for his bestselling books, the Grimm Diaries and the Insanity series. He is also an avid traveler with a passion for collecting rare books from various parts of the world.

His fascination with the origin of folk tales and their storytellers is evident in his work. Cameron’s books have been highly appreciated by readers and have made it to the top 100 customer favorites in Kindle 2015 and Amazon’s Top 100 Kindle list.

He currently resides in California and when he isn’t writing or collecting books, he indulges in playing music or exploring his love for photography.

Editoral Review

Insanity is a gripping novel by Cameron Jace, first published in December 2013. The book is a dark and twisted take on Alice in Wonderland, blending fantasy and horror elements to create a unique and memorable reading experience.

Jace is a prolific author, known for his imaginative and often unsettling stories that push the boundaries of traditional literary genres.

The novel follows the story of a teenage girl named Alice Wonder, who finds herself trapped in a mental institution after a traumatic incident. As she struggles to make sense of her surroundings, Alice begins to uncover a sinister plot involving the hospital staff and a mysterious figure known as the Cheshire Cat.

With the help of a group of fellow patients, Alice must navigate the twisted landscape of the hospital and confront her own inner demons to escape.

Jace’s writing style is fast-paced and engaging, with vivid descriptions that bring the world of Insanity to life. The characters are well-developed and complex, with each one struggling to come to terms with their own mental illness and the horrors that surround them.

The setting of the mental institution is expertly crafted, with Jace drawing on historical and cultural references to create a believable and unsettling environment.

One of the strengths of Insanity is its exploration of mental illness and the stigmatization of those who suffer from it. Jace doesn’t shy away from the darker aspects of mental illness, but instead uses them as a vehicle to explore larger themes of identity, trauma, and societal expectations.

The book is also notable for its feminist themes, with Alice and the other female characters defying traditional gender roles and expectations.

Despite its many strengths, Insanity does have some limitations. The plot can be convoluted at times, with multiple twists and turns that may be confusing for some readers.

Additionally, some of the horror elements may be too intense for sensitive readers.

Overall, Insanity is a must-read for fans of dark fantasy and horror. Jace’s writing is compelling and thought-provoking, with a unique twist on a classic story that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.

While it may not be for everyone, those who are able to handle its more unsettling elements will find a rich and rewarding reading experience. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a fresh take on a classic tale, and I give it a rating of 4 out of 5 stars.

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