Praise for Splintered:

"Wonderfully dark, weird, and twisted, this richly drawn refashioning of Carroll’s classic equal parts thrilling fantasy adventure, poignant family drama, and journey of self-discovery, offering a distinctive and original story that remains faithful to the spirit of its source."--Starred Review from The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Splintered is dark, twisted, entirely riveting, and a truly romantic tale.” USA TODAY online

"Splintered is a delicious, mad, wonderful read. I can't recommend it highly enough." --Melissa Marr, author of the New York Times bestselling Wicked Lovely series

"Attention to costume and setting render this a visually rich read..." --Kirkus Reviews

"Weaving magic and mystery, danger and duality, self-discovery and romance, this is one for the keeper shelf. I am officially a fan!"--Tera Lynn Childs, award-winning author of Oh. My. Gods., Forgive My Fins, and Sweet Venom

"A deft, complex metamorphosis of this children’s fantasy made more enticing by competing romantic interests, a psychedelic setting, and more mad violence than its original." --Booklist

"Madder than the Hatter’s tea party and way more fun, A.G. Howard’s Splintered is a beautifully-evoked, lush, wild tale of illusions, hysteria, magic and love." -- Lauren Oliver, bestselling author of Before I Fall. Full article posted on Paper Lantern Lit.

"Howard's visual imagination is superior; a cavalcade of weirdness dances across the pages ... its hypnotic tone and setting, at the intersection of madness and creativity, should sweep readers down the rabbit hole." --Publisher's Weekly

“Never has anyone captured so beautifully the tale that Lewis Carroll spun like a web into an innocent child’s heart...” -- Amy Shane, Dark Discoveries magazine, Issue #23

"Not simply a modern retelling of the Alice story, but an extension of the original tale that gives the familiar characters new histories--with a contemporary kick. Splintered is an inventive, well-written novel that will interest fans of Daughter of Smoke & BoneTwilight, and The Looking Glass Wars." --Shelf Awareness

“A stunning debut! A. G. Howard creates an evocative and velvety world where even bugs are harbingers of magic. I’ve cancelled my pest control service.”--Jordan Dane, bestselling and critically acclaimed thriller and young adult author of In the Arms of Stone Angels

"[Alyssa is] a compelling heroine, and her story will satisfy those who are fans of Wonderland already and those who are new to its surreal realms alike." --

"Wonderland is filled with much that is not as wonderful as might be expected, and yet, it is in Wonderland that Alyssa accepts her true nature. The cover with its swirling tendrils and insects surrounding Alyssa will surely attract teen readers who will not be disappointed with this magical, edgy tale." --Reading Today Online

"While readers will delight in such recognizable scenes as Alyssa drinking from a bottle to shrink, the richly detailed scenes that stray from the original will entice the imagination. These adventures are indeed wonderful." --BookPage Reviews

"...Ambitious, inventive, and often surprising — a contemporary reworking of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,’’ with a deep bow toward Tim Burton’s 2010 film version." --The Boston Globe

"Satisfyingly sensual, delightfully dark, and absolutely riveting."--School Library Journal

"Howard maintains a lush atmosphere throughout, reintroducing Carroll’s characters as truly nightmarish monsters. A creepy, descriptive read with a generous dollop of romance..." --School Library Journal

Splintered is a twisted Alice in Wonderland spinoff unlike anything you've ever read. So rich in sensory detail you'll feel as if you've fallen through the rabbit hole yourself!” -- Jennifer Archer, author of Through Her Eyes

"Dark, seductive and impressively imagined. Wonderland will never be the same again." --Claire Merle, author of The Glimpse

"...Extraordinarily vivid! Welcome to the real Wonderland, here there be monsters!"--Gabrielle CarolinaThe Modge Podge Bookshelf book reviews

"(Splintered) brings to life some of the most terrifying creatures you might imagine living in Wonderland, in a dark fashion worthy of a Burton movie. It’s a beautiful and compelling read, imaginative and last but not least, fun." --IoanaBookloversity book reviews

"Howard has written a beautiful spin off to Carroll's original tale . . . It is fantasy and paranormal rolled into a fairy tale dripping with darkness and magic."--Brooke Watts DelVecchioThe Cover Contessa book reviews

"Grotesque, peculiar and as mad as a hatter, Wonderland and its occupants are a fruit salad of personalities, each with their own agenda ... Be prepared for a hat-raising trip down the rabbit hole in Splintered (and) be sure to hold onto your teacups!" -- Booknut21st Century Once Upon a Time book reviews

“… A darkly enticing tale that turns Wonderland on its head-- in a way that only respects and amplifies the original. Howard is definitely an author to watch.” -- ChristinaEnsconced in YA book reviews

Praise for Unhinged:

"Howard excels in sensory and sensuous descriptions . . . Readers who appreciate a Gothic love triangle, eerie art and brooding-artist types will enjoy this colorful but creepy offering and await the next installment." --Kirkus Reviews

"Take a tumble down the dark brightly coloured rabbit hole, play with devious and alluring Wonderland creatures and put your mind to the test ... see if you want to resurface from this read." -- Pruedence, Big Book Little Book

"Dark, seductive, action packed, thrilling, and completely enchanting, Unhinged is the perfect sequel to Splintered." --Marie Landry, Ramblings of a Daydreamer

"A.G. Howard spins a tale so vivid, and so deliciously twisted, that Unhinged is sure to captivate readers across the globe as they enter a world beyond their wildest dreams...and their darkest nightmares." -- The Booknut, 21st Century Once Upon a Times

"Unhinged cranks the Wonderland experience up to 11, injecting every bit of its strangeness into the reader's imagination with full Technicolor fluorescence. Fans of fairy-tale retellings, paranormal YA romance, fae fantasy, urban fantasy, love triangles and steampunk will be pulled into this tale like a moth to a flame. Write quickly, A.G. Howard! I need that next book!" --Serena Chase, USA Today

"The perfect continuation from Splintered, Unhinged was madness and crazy combined into a pocket of badassery encased with gruesome creatures and magic. Suspense and a cliff-hanger that'll leave you wanting Ensnared the minute you finish reading, Wonderland really was only the beginning." --Kirsty-Marie Jones, Studio Reads

“Once again, Howard expands the Alice in Wonderland fairy tales to imagine a terrifying backstory full of sinister toys, talking flowers and insects, and a Jeb/Morpheus/Alyssa love triangle—made more interesting with the addition of wealthy Ivy Raven. The Wonderland magic and perverse violence is nicely juxtaposed with a typical high-school senior year.” --Booklist

"For anyone who enjoys reimaginings or fantasy, this is one of the best series I could possibly recommend. Whether you are a fan of the original Alice in Wonderland or not, this is a tale that will nearly overwhelm you with beauty and magic and take you on a journey you won't forget." --Samantha Randolph, Fresh Fiction

"A.G. Howard's generous use of sensory language creates a lush, vibrant landscape on which her story plays out. Howard's references to Carroll's Alice stories keep the originals at the heart of her own tale, yet never give the impression of being derivative. A dark beauty fills the novel's pages, which will mesmerize teens with a taste for magic, romance or suspense. Unhinged lays the groundwork for a third book where anything could happen . . . it is Wonderland, after all." --Julia Smith, Shelf Awareness

"As intense, dark, and weird as the first volume, this worthy sequel creates a parallel narrative that brings the action out of Wonderland and into Alyssa’s hometown . . . Fans of Splintered will happily throw themselves back down the rabbit hole for this new exploit, and a final showdown that ends with three central characters in peril will have readers lining up for more." --The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books 

"Fans will be pleased that Morpheus plays a more prominent role in this book, (and) Alyssa’s half-mad, half-sane world ... stays entertaining. The cliff-hanger ending will leave readers eager for the next entry in the series." --School Library Journal

"Dark and compelling. While more an emotional journey in this novel than in the previous, Alyssa’s story is no less captivating. Full of secrets, unexpected twists, and betrayals, readers will once again find themselves enthralled and desperate for another addition to the series." --VOYA Magazine

"Unhinged was the perfect sequel to Splintered.  Eccentricness, magic and danger. If you are looking for ... a magical journey of danger, action and romance, this series is a must-read. It will take your breath away and have you on tenter hooks dying for the third book. Let's start the Ensnared count-down." --Kayleigh, K-Books

"This morbid and magical world is filled with amazing characters, hot boys, adorable romance, and captivating writing. This series is hands down the best retelling I have ever read." --Dark Faerie Tales

"An inventive series that just keeps getting better, a fast-paced plot that drags the reader from one magical marvel to the next, complex relationships, secrets, outrageous outfits, tulgey wood, Tumtum juice, and of course, MORPHEUS!" --Tammy Sparks, Books, Bones & Buffy

"If you're ready to settle into a new side of Alyssa's world, then sit back and hold on to your seat, because this book takes you there. The ride is exhilarating and incredible and just unbelievably delightful. If you love Wonderland, you're going to love the Netherlings coming to our world and wreaking their havoc! GO, READ, LOVE, I know I did!" --Brooke, The Cover Contessa

Unhinged takes you deeper into Wonderland, more than I ever though possible. All the crazy fun characters from Splintered return with even more flair. Unhinged is the perfect rendition of Alice in Wonderland for teens. With an ending that will leave you begging for more, this book is a must read!" --Kendall, BookPeople's Teens

"Unhinged is pure magic. Darkness and mystique jump right off every page! This dark, twisted, breathtaking sequel is tangible proof that magic exists even in reality." --Jesselle, The Lifelong Bookworm

"Unhinged takes on a wild ride without sending us down the rabbit hole, from the curious beginning to the heart stopping end." --Michelle, In Libris Veritas

"Put aside all your disney visions and sugary sweetness, what you get inside the pages of Unhinged is deliciously dark and twisted. It’s like reading a Tim Burton movie that’s been on crack. Unhinged needs all the words: ENCHANTING, CAPTIVATING AND ENTHRALLING. Wonderland has never been more appealing." --Book Angel Emma

This second installment of the planned trilogy moves the menacing creatures from Wonderland into Alyssa's world where jealousy and betrayal are at the core. Howard creates a malevolent alternate universe with complex inhabitants able to move between their own bizarre environment and the world of humans...a draw for those whose taste runs to the eerie and the terrifying.” --Beverley Fahey, Children's Literature 

"Howard’s concept of the dark and seductive world of Wonderland is filled with imaginative and deadly creatures; colorful and descriptive narration; and a cast of characters that will leave an imprint in your psyche--you will never again see Wonderland through the eyes of the Disney version." --Sandy Schairer, The Reading Café

"Howard's gift for imagination and whimsy is unfathomable.  This book introduces new creatures, new secrets, new Wonderland strangeness. An formidable sequel, Unhinged captures the sinister whimsy of the original and exhibits the growth and sophistication of Alyssa and her world." --Sarcasm & Lemons

"Once again, A.G. Howard delivers a fantastically creepy spin on Lewis Carroll's Alice and Wonderland & The Looking Glass. Its versatility, wild creativity, whimsical fashion, and somewhat macabre artistic expressions easily distinguish Unhinged from other humdrum 'down the rabbit hole' spinoffs." --Lyanne Carroll, Daybreak in Autumn

"With so many adaptations of Alice in Wonderland out there, there is a lot of competition but Howard has truly managed to throw them all out of the water with her wispy, dark, yet imaginable images of what Wonderland is really like. Unhinged is: magnificent ... incredibly dark and powerful ... a fast-paced, tension-filled plot, an alarming love triangle, and spine-tingling action scenes that will have you on the edge of your seat. This is a book that I loved from start to finish." --Faye, A Daydreamer's Thoughts

"Howard's writing is just so visual and completely stunning. This series has legions of fans, and it's really no wonder as to why that is.  The world-building is beyond amazing." --Jen, The Starry-Eyed Revue

"Spectacular world-building, a group of characters that make you feel the feels, a crop of astounding otherworldly creatures and creeptastic beings (stalker(s)), and a plot that will keep your heart racing and hook you in with sharp, wonderful claws; if you've not read this series, then why not?" --It Was Lovely Reading You

Praise for Ensnared:

"A fairy tale in which good triumphs to ensnare that long-sought, if improbable, happy ending.” --Booklist

"...A sly and cunning end to an interesting series. [Alyssa is] one of the finer heroes to emerge from the YA literary pool for years." --Starburst Magazine

"[A] visually rich conclusion." --Kirkus 

 "In a reader world that often complains about being 'so over' the love triangle concept, [Howard] came up with the most original, wonderful, blow-the-haters-a-kiss take on it that I have ever read." --Serena Chase, USA Today

“Fans of the series will find its conclusion just as delightful and filled with wonder as its predecessors ... Although the author has clearly drawn inspiration from Lewis Carroll and his own Alice books, she has clearly staked this territory out in her own fashion...”--International Literacy Association

"Chaotically beautiful, and rich with vivid descriptions, the pages burst with magic and wonder. The shaping of the world is breathtaking, and the imagining of the inhabitants of this twisted place is done brilliantly. This story had me under its spell from page one... A terrific (and satisfying) conclusion to an amazing series." --Kate Ormand, Author of Dark Days

 "The madness is real with this one...Simply stated, this book is beautiful. I'd give Ensnared a million stars if I could!" --Cornerfolds Reviews 

"There is so much creativity flowing through these books, adding so much to the original story. If you love Alice in Wonderland, you really need to read this series." --Life With No Plot 

"Whimsical, morbid, and fantastic." --Dark Faerie Tales

"Everything about Wonderland and the Splintered series keeps you guessing until the very end and there’s little you can really do about it except wait anxiously at the edge of your chair. A remarkable ending for a remarkable love triangle." --Fiction Freak

"A wonderfully written book that took a story that has become part of our popular consciousness and gave it new life. A. G.  doesn’t simply continue Carroll’s story, she reinvents it, making it a wholly unique take on a classic tale." --Joe Hinojosa

"Ensnared is a flawless conclusion. If you're looking for a creepy, insane, and enchanting series brimming with madness, magic, and love, look no further!" --Emma, MCL Teen Advisory Board

"Fans of A.G. Howard's brilliant Splintered series - get ready to fall in love with the new, darker and far edgier Alyssa that has come out to play! Prepare yourself for intriguing memories, talking beetles, dolls, and butterfly rides, as Ensnared's magic takes flight..." --Booknut, YA & NA Reviews

"5-star worthy [with] its creeptastic Netherlings, sharp plot twists, & original resolution." --Rabid Reads 

"Howard’s weird and wonderful trilogy comes to an excellent close in this final volume. Still a lively fantasy adventure, this novel sheds the family drama to focus more completely on Alyssa’s personal journey, while showcasing the logic puzzles, reimagined familiar characters, and playful creepiness that make the series work. Various threads that connect Wonderland’s history to Dodgson and Liddell family legacies are tied up nicely, and a satisfying conclusion that ... gives this strong fantasy heroine the happy ending she deserves.” --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

"[With] many twists and turns throughout  ...  this last book brings the story to a satisfying conclusion.” --Voya Magazine

"AnyElsewhere is a violent slice of Wonderland, just as nonsensical as the rest of it ... Miss Howard had me completely immersed in the vibrant worlds ... I didn't want to leave." --Chasm of Books

"...The final installment in [Howard's] fantastical reworking of Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland classic ... is nothing less than literary perfection. [It has] everything that a great story needs to captivate, charm, enthrall, and fascinate readers of all ages." --Frishawn Rasheed, WTF Are You Reading reviews 

"Ensnared is achingly beautiful and a magical experience that I will reread over and over again." --The Feels Society 

"[The] Ensnared ending ... couldn’t have been more beautiful ... The modern and most acceptable alternate reality of what could have really happened in Wonderland ... Check this series out, add it on your TBR and keep calm, cause we're all mad here for Wonderland." --The Bookish Bookkeeper

 "I love this trilogy for the epic, feral, gorgeousness of Wonderland. There is not a minute where I’m not guessing and wondering and hoping and crying about what’ll happen next. Ensnared surprised me from page 1 to The End . . . IT WAS PERFECT." --Cait at Paper Fury

"Ensnared was such an intoxicating, compelling, and suspenseful read! I cried tears of sadness and joy and I could NOT put this book down! Action and romance and awesomeness ... I absolutely loved this trilogy..." --Cross My Heart and Hope to Read

"Ensnared was everything that I had been hoping for and more ... One of the best fairy tale retellings I've read, I would recommend this trilogy to everyone that reads YA." --Never Ending Books reviews

"The world of Splintered is wild, gruesome and disturbing on a level that rivals some of the grisliest horror stories I’ve encountered, all without sacrificing the whimsy and brightly-colored chaos you’d expect... Howard manages to conclude the series on a wholly satisfying note, somehow without bypassing any of the drama and pathos that had built up over the course of the story. If you’re looking for a new twist on a timeless classic, or just a fresh take on a popular archetype, do yourself a favor and check these books out." --Chesapeake Public Library Staff Recommendation

"Ensnared by A.G. Howard, aka One Of The Most Beautiful Books (and Series) Ever ... does what so few trilogies are able to do:  It wraps up the storyline in glorious ways, without ending up too long or drawn out.  Howard painted an amazing picture ... THE ENDING IS PERFECT. I was literally crying tears of joy during the last few chapters. All in all, you NEED TO PICK UP THIS TRILOGY." --Krystal, from Books Are My Thing

"[A.G Howard] had a lot to live up to by continuing the classic fairytale ... With influences from Lewis Caroll, and Tim Burton, she carved a path for our imaginations to take and experience an amazing story that we will never forget. Ensnared had a beautiful ending ... and it was a great way to complete the trilogy." --JesseNicholas YA, Book Reviews for Young Adults

Praise for Untamed:

"Untamed is the best companion novel in the young adult genre this year – maybe of all time ... this series is vastly underrated and this collection blew me away." -- Jessica at BOOKED J  

"The feels are strong with this one. Jeb & Morpheus forever. 5/5 shiny stars!" --Kirstie Ellen of Upside-Down Books 

"A stunning finale to the epic series, tying up loose ends and creating beautiful beginnings." --Booknut, YA & NA Book Reviews