Hatter M (Hatter M Series #1)

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What do you get when Islamic terrorists and White Supremacists go up against a small group of Bible believers in the hills of East Tennessee? Get your hands on a copy of this intensely exciting, informative novel! 5 time Amazon Top 100 Seller.
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What do you get when Islamic terrorists and White Supremacists go up against a small group of Bible believers in the hills of East Tennessee? Get your hands on a copy of this intensely exciting, informative novel! 5 time Amazon Top 100 Seller.
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Editorial Reviews

VOYA - Sarah Cofer
Based on Beddor's The Looking Glass Wars trilogy, this graphic novel series follows the story of Hatter Madigan, expert bladesman, high ranking Millinery man, and Royal Bodyguard of Wonderland as he searches for Princess Alyss. Before Queen Genevieve was beheaded, she ordered Hatter to protect her daughter, but when he takes Alyss through the Pool of Tears, he loses her. Hatter finds himself in 1859 Paris missing both Alyss and his signature hat, a weapon complete with blades. He travels to Budapest on the trail of a "Princess" kidnapped by Baroness Dvonna, who runs an orphanage that drains children of their imaginations. Hatter believes it could be Alyss and sets out to destroy Baroness Dvonna and her "Night Walkers." Hatter's unfamiliarity with human customs keeps him in constant battle mode, fighting many foes who underestimate his prowess - knives and blades shoot out of him either shocking or killing his opponents. Pictures carry much of the weight of this story through well-crafted colorful illustrations depicting the action, violence, and bloodshed that constantly follows Hatter. Readers who have read The Looking Glass Wars will get more out of the story, but the graphic novel could easily stand alone. The end contains FAQs about the existence of Hatter, his weapons, and ephemera found in a trunk proving Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland to be a literary lie. Although the violence makes this title more suitable to an older audience, it is a wonderful companion to the novels and a great addition to library collections where Beddor's novels, fantasy, and graphic novels are popular. Reviewer: Sarah Cofer
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981873701
  • Publisher: Automatic Pictures
  • Publication date: 10/16/2008
  • Series: Hatter M Series , #1
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 244,898
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 0.17 (d)

Meet the Author

Debi and her husband, Michael Pearl, are international best-selling authors. Their books have been translated into over 30 languages worldwide. They author a free bi-monthly magazine called No Greater Joy which explores child training, marriage, Bible teaching, and natural healing.
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  • Posted December 13, 2009

    Hatter M

    Hatter M is a great side story to the Looking Glass Wars.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 2, 2009

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    I'm a huge Ben Templesmith fan which is why i originally picked up this book, and I must say the art work is amazing. However a nice surprise was the story. I like the twisted spin of Alice in Wonderland, its interesting and keeps your attention. The only bad part is how its the only one out right now.

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    As others have said this is an exccelent companion to "The Looking Glass Wars" but it also provides a good lead in to "Seeing Redd" Introducing many of Redd's henchmen.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2008

    A great companion to THE LOOKING GLASS WARS

    What if Alice in Wonderland really existed? And Lewis Carroll got the story all wrong? One character from the children's story, body guard Hatter Madigan, is looking for princess Alyss Heart. Stumbling into our world, he not only loses his beloved hat but also the princess. Labeled le monstre by those in Paris, he continues to search for Alyss. He ends up in a place where less imagination is the norm. Will he find his beloved princess? This graphic novel companion to the bestselling novel THE LOOKING GLASS WAR is a surreal twist of Victorian fantasy touched with madness. Fans of the novel are sure to enjoy this tale. Beddor creates an imaginative world where Wonderland might have indeed existed. This novel is a treat. I can't wait for Hatter 2 and where he will end up next.

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