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    Lovely

    Lovely book. story was captivating and the details well thought through. cant wait to read more of this!
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    3 stars

    ne thing that I personally enjoyed about this novel was the characterization of the different players in the world of Wonderland. Our main character, Dinah, the future Queen of Hearts, is just alright. She's not really a character that makes you want to root for her or sympathize with her. But the side characters were a ton of fun. I absolutely loved the Mad Hatter, and I wish I could have spent more time with him. The White Rabbit and the Cheshire cat were interesting as well, but again, we didn't get to spend very much time with them. The world of Wonderland also seemed pretty cool, but there wasn't nearly enough description to satisfy me. There would be a passing mention of pink snow (cool!) or tress that move (creepy!) and then nothing was expanded upon and it left me wondering what Wonderland looked like. This was a fun read, but it wasn't anything mind-blowing. I really felt like not very much happened in the plot. The level of excitement remained pretty flat throughout the book; there weren't any highs or lows or suspenseful moments. Even now, as I am sitting here writing this review, I can barely remember what happened in this book. I enjoyed it while I was reading it, but it doesn't seem to have made a lasting impression on me. I had fun reading this book, but I am not sure it is for everyone. It is a quick read, so it can't hurt to give it a try. If I manage to get my hands on the next book in this series when it comes out, I might give it a try, but I don't think I will go searching for it. While I enjoyed my time with Queen of Hearts, I'm not sure this is a series I really want to get invested in.
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