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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
Life has a way of coming full circle. Those things which we seemed to have left behind often times come back to haunt us. Dominique Wilkins brings this fact into view in Theresa In Wonderland. Having coped with the disfigurement that had been dealt out to her by a knife in the hand of Lola Rush, Theresa had found her way through life with the help of her best friend Tina. As Theresa’s life continued forward with her four beautiful children, gorgeous and successful husband, and a promising career, all of the pain and heartache from the past seemed to be far behind her. The only drawback to the ideal life that she had built around herself was the constant attention which she had to direct toward the on-again, off-again relationships that continued to plague her friend Tina. The ideal life comes to a screeching halt one day when a blowout on her Enclave sends not only the truck, but her life spinning out of control. Will Theresa be able to navigate her way through the pain once more or will it simply be too much?
Dominique Wilkins has a way of grabbing a hold of the heart and squeezing it until it hurts. Theresa In Wonderland is another heart-wrenching story of how quickly the secure and ideal world that we think we live in can suddenly turn into a horrible nightmare. In the quiet gentle way that Dominique has mastered, Theresa In Wonderland sneaks up on you and grabs you by the throat, threatening to strangle the life out of you and then she quietly rides in with the brightness of hope. Excellent! Another brilliant job by Dominique Wilkins.