Alice Isn't Dead

Alice Isn't Dead

From the New York Times bestselling co-author of It Devours! and Welcome to Night Vale comes a fast-paced thriller about a truck driver searching across America for the wife she had long assumed to be dead. ?This is not a story. It?s a road trip.? Keisha Lewis lived a quiet life with her wife, Alice, until the day that Alice disappeared. After months of searching, presuming From the New York Times bestselling co-author of It Devours! and Welcome to Night Vale comes a fast-paced th...

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Author:Joseph Fink
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  • Kirsten
    Jan 24, 2019
    What a road trip! And what a book!! This book is quite an adventure. Part monster story, part LGBT love story, part coming of age, part good versus evil story, part social critique. Complete with kick-ass characters. I just loved this book. It had a message and was also great fun...
  • Demi
    Aug 04, 2018
    What a satisfying read?a perfect blend of horror, suspense, and the rediscovery of a romance. I love the desperate clinging to humanity that suffuses Fink?s novels and podcasts; even in this highly anxious time, we read love stories about a woman who will do anything for the love o...
  • Kathleen
    Nov 11, 2018
    Alice isn't dead. She's just gone. Her wife thought she was dead for a long time, but now she knows better. Keisha has other problems. Grief over Alice consumed her life, but her life was consumed by anxiety before that, and will be consumed by anxiety once again. And then there are th...
  • Erin Mendoza
    Jan 12, 2019
    I loved this book. But I loved it as someone who has already listened to the podcast. If you never listened to the podcast, I can't imagine this book would be as powerful. I listened over years, listening to Keisha...and then to Alice...feeling like I know them. The podcast happen...
  • Brandon
    Jul 22, 2018
    Alice is dead. Or is she? From the creator of the wildly popular podcast, Welcome to Night Vale, comes a story about a young woman roaming the highways of America as a truck driver looking for her wife whom she believes to still be alive. Along the way she will encounter deforme...
  • Alexandra
    Jan 20, 2019
    truck driving across the country; back and forth, looking for her supposedly dead wife. rest stops with immaculate bathrooms and vases of flowers. rest stops with filthy bathrooms and people in hoodies appearing and disappearing. deserts. a clown motel. murders. mystery. support gr...
  • Carey Gibbons
    Nov 11, 2018
    I have a hard time with podcasts - WTNV is one of the few I don't zone out on. I need to give Alice Isn't Dead a try because I've found the premise so intriguing from the very beginning. But I'm just not good at visualizing audio. So I was really excited when I found out this book was ...
  • Jason
    Jan 25, 2019
    I think a good part of my disappointment for this book has to do with the advertising. I adored the podcast, and they described this novel as a completely separate, reimagined version of the podcast. And while there are certainly differences between the podcast and the novel (such as m...
  • Melki
    Nov 06, 2018
    Not that long before, on a highway in Georgia, a wife she hadn't seen in over two years had left a billboard with some advice, and now she was going to listen to it. Who was she to fight a war this lopsided? Her wife had perhaps decided to fight it, and her wife had disappeared. A d...
  • Fiona
    Nov 17, 2018
    Hand upon hand, she thought, upon leg upon heart upon couch upon a day where we made pizza together. That's love, Alice. That's what it's made of. And so what is this? Alice isn't Dead. Keisha, her wife, knows this to be true, and so she's set aside her life and embarked on a journe...
  • Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)
    Dec 03, 2018
    Keisha Lewis and her wife Alice led ordinary lives amid their quiet love story. The last few years, Alice was often on the road for work but checked in regularly. Then came the day that she didn't return. There was an investigation and searches but it was as if Alice simply vanis...
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  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Nov 25, 2018
    Alice Isn't Dead is one of my favorite podcasts and while I enjoyed this slightly different take on the story here I definitely prefer the podcast. The sense of unease and dread is not as prevalent here and I really missed that. Plus, Jaskia Nicole performance really makes the tale. ...
  • Thekelburrows
    Dec 05, 2018
    I mean I guess I shouldn't have been surprised when it turned out that Alice wasn't dead. ...
  • Nicole Dykeman
    Feb 08, 2019
    I have yet to be let down by Joseph Fink. I really enjoyed this. Keisha is a great character, and all of the smaller side characters were awesome too. Normally I hate when the main story breaks off for a quick scene about more irrelevant characters, but something about Fink?s style m...
  • Erikka
    Jul 03, 2018
    Alice Isn't Dead is one of my favorite podcasts. The story is Keisha's search for her wife and her subsequent stumble into a world of creepy zombie men and twisted government agencies is compelling and so well-written. This book is simply the podcast in a different format. I'm reviewin...
  • Michael Cook
    Sep 15, 2018
    Alice Isn't Dead is a really good novel. It's a really good horror book, a really good sci-fi/fantasy book, and a really good book about humans in general. Just from reading the plot summary, you might think this was a book all about some vast conspiracy involving the U.S. Government a...
  • Anna
    Dec 19, 2018
    I attempted the ?Alice Isn?t Dead? podcast, as someone recommended it and I?d enjoyed Welcome to Night Vale. However I only managed one episode because I have great difficulty concentrating on podcasts. I need something for my eyes and hands to do while absorbing words! (Knitti...
  • Alex Murphy
    Dec 08, 2018
    I?ve heard big things about the authors first book Welcome to Night Vale, when this turned up at my local library, the interesting concept on the cover, made it sound like a book I would like. Weird, strange occurrences, supernatural stuff, conspiracies. All my kind of stuff. Howe...
  • Beth
    Nov 26, 2018
    Review: 5 Thoughts: So I was a few episodes in the podcast when I learned there was going to be a book. Since I got sucked in, I had to pre-order. I'm not finished with the podcast, and I will need to do so, since the podcast is a little different than the book. The book starts ...
  • Blake
    Nov 08, 2018
    "She couldn?t go home. Because home wasn?t a place. Home was a person. And she hadn?t found that person yet.? WOW. And I thought I loved Night Vale. Full disclaimer, I only listened to the first season of the Alice Isn?t Dead podcast, so I can?t compare this to the podca...
  • Viggo
    Dec 30, 2018
    If I would try to judge this book based only on its content I would probably give it 3 stars, because it has some flaws and some things that could?ve been written better. But the podcast had flaws too and I love it anyway, so since the book brought me back to that world I can?t not...
  • Shannon
    Feb 12, 2019
    2/5 So, I tend to have this issue with the works of Joseph Fink: I am pulled in by a super interesting premise, quirky style, and an engaging open, and then somewhere along the way I get lost in the bizarrely, unexplainable supernatural elements that overwhelm the rest of the plot. ...
  • Aleksandra
    Mar 27, 2018
    To tell the truth, I stopped listening to the podcast after about 5 episodes because it was too creepy and I'm scaredy-cat, but for some reason I think the story in a book format would work better for me. and I just want to read a roadtrip book about Keisha looking for her wife Alic...
  • Hanna
    Aug 01, 2018
    I cried at the end. It's not even a sad ending, I've just been following the podcast since the very beginning and can't believe the story is over. I loved it. I love it. The podcast. The book. Both absolutely creepy, thrilling, inspiring, and wonderful. ...
  • WV
    May 04, 2018
    I like this even more than Welcome to Night Vale. There, I said it. ...
  • Kelsey
    Oct 23, 2018
    Of course, lots of people get murdered every year, but he thought he was different from those people, for reasons he could not have articulated because the idea that nothing horrible could ever happen to us personally exists not in our thoughts but in the base of our necks. Firstl...
  • Jennifer Ladd
    Dec 03, 2018
    I can see how this may be a creepy podcast but didn?t like the book. Would have been a better short story. Super political. Supposed to be some kind of statement about the author?s anxiety in the two protagonists. I don?t think anyone who suffers as they do would be able to accom...
  • jordan
    Jan 23, 2019
    Ok, so first off I haven?t listened to the podcast yet as of writing this review, so all opinions are based on the book alone. It was interesting, and not what I expected it to be - but then, I wasn?t really expecting it to be expectable, if that makes sense. That being said, it wa...
  • Mae Crowe
    Dec 18, 2018
    I've been bouncing back and forth about whether to give this book a 2 or a 3, and if it were able to, it would probably be given a solid 2.5. As is, I'm rounding up, because that's just what I decided to do. My favorite part about this novel is easily the writing style. It's undenia...