Find a way
Although the tone is slightly different here, the series really doesn't drop off at all in its momentum. The sense of horror mixed with craziness is lost a little bit, as it resorts a little to cliche in the relationship between Violet and Calie, but if it lack a little in this sense, it makes up for it with the interesting plot developments. It is all caused because Violet begs to be allowed to attend school like a normal person of her age, and Calie relents in order to try to give her daughter the normal life she wants her to. As it unfolds though Calie's paranoia prove to be completely well placed. This is all to draw the characters to Wonderland, which will be the main focus of the first part of the series, but it is at least doing so in an interesting fashion.