Although both of these books have something to do with Wonderland, they are different. The graphic novel of Wonderland Asylum adds to the Madness of the characters and asylum itself. The Moth and the Mirror has some of the same incorporation of characters from the original Wonderland series but in totally different ways. However, in both books there is at least one MAD person. The madness in both books want company.
I'll be returning to finish up the novella very shortly. It is odd that I decided to take the novella vacation and choose this book it simply reinforces that there is no logic in Wonderland and that nothing is as you believe. Reading The Moth and the Mirror simply reaffirms that there is no logic or reason in Wonderland. The novella is holding its own as a stand alone, considering I didn't read the rest of the Splintered series. I think that I would understand so much more if I had read at least the first book in the series before reading this novella, perhaps I would fully understand the conflicts and positions that each of the main characters are experiencing. SO I must admit I am a little lost in The Moth and the Mirror. I do feel that the moment that I read the Splintered seriese I would