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Sequel to New York Times bestselling manga Alice in the Country of Hearts
His name is Boris, and despite his human form and piercings and tattoos, he is not your typical punk teenager. For he is the Cheshire Cat, complete with cat ears and a tail, and a penchant for riddles. Boris is in madly love with Alice, and Alice is vulnerable and lonely. But will she fall for the Cheshire Cat?
|Publisher:||Seven Seas Entertainment LLC|
|Series:||Alice in the Country of Clover Series|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.10(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||16 - 18 Years|
About the Author
QuinRose is a Japanese game developer who created the Alice franchise of video games, which spun-off into novels, manga, and an anime feature film.
Mamenosuke Fujimaru is a Japanese manga artist best known for his work on Alice in the Country of Clover.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Cheshire is adorable when he smiles isn't he? I don't know maybe its how its drawn or something. This one was good, okay at times but still a good volume I guess.
Beautiful! the cliff hanger is very well done >.<
If you loved Alice and would like a glimpse as to how Boris acts in the actual game, this is definitely for you. The artwork is phenomenal and the storyline is explained briefly in the beginning (in a small story-summary, and a similar drawn version is shown in Volume 1) so one can read this without having read Alice in the Country of Hearts. Of course, reading the original Alice in the Country of Hearts (or having played the game) would probably be smartest to get the full experience of the series. The Cheshire Cat Waltz is pretty much a spin-off on the original Alice in the Country of Clover otome game and focuses on the Cheshire Cat Boris's route specifically. Boris is a gun-toting "cat" with a penchant for mischief and attempting to seduce Alice at his every turn. At first, unsurprisingly, his pushy advances bother our very "normal" and no-nonsense Alice, but in the coming volumes (especially in volume 3) you see their relationship develop into something sweet and Boris respects Alice's feelings and her common-sense like ways more. Of course this doesn't stop him of constantly thinking about how much he'd love to tear off her clothing whenever they're alone. And QuinRose is the master of getting just a little scandalous and leaving everything else to your imagination. (Which is perfectly fine by me, yessiree!) Also of course you get a little more glimpse into the storyline behind the actual Alice games, with time and all the other characters and their "roles" and why some of them are so... tortured, I suppose, is the proper word for it? (I'm looking at you, Peter White and Ace.) Everyone loves the outsider (And when I say everyone, I include the female Queen Vivaldi) but you know, "Love is a risky business in Wonderland."
anyone who loved Alice in the country of hearts will love this, Alice and Boris are so funny and yet still romantic...