Mad About the Hatter
This isn’t his sister’s Wonderland…. Henry never believed his older sister, Alice’s, fantastic tales about the world down the rabbit hole. When he’s whisked away to the bizarre land, his best chance for escape is to ally himself with the person called the Mad Hatter. Hatter—an odd but strangely... show more
This isn’t his sister’s Wonderland….
Henry never believed his older sister, Alice’s, fantastic tales about the world down the rabbit hole. When he’s whisked away to the bizarre land, his best chance for escape is to ally himself with the person called the Mad Hatter. Hatter—an odd but strangely attractive fellow—just wants to avoid execution. If that means delivering “Boy Alice” to the Queen of Hearts at her Red Castle, Hatter will do what he has to do to stay alive. It doesn’t matter if Henry and Hatter find each other intolerable. They’re stuck with each other.
Along their journey, Henry and Hatter must confront what they’ve always accepted as truth. As dislike grows into tolerance and something like friendship, the young men see the chance for a closer relationship. But Wonderland is a dangerous place, and first they have to get away with their lives.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-08-20
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
Pages no: 187
Edition language: English
[I received a copy of this novel through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]A slightly different take on Wonderland, with a highschooler character instead of a little girl, and with Alice (and her brother) as contemporary young people. Not the usual Wonderland, but why not? The world had t...
Mad About the Hatter was not at all what I thought it would be. I prepared myself for a romance that was loosely tied to Alice in Wonderland… something that took place in Wonderland but was just more like your usual YA stories. The reality was a complete surprise.First of all, I did not expect the s...
Retellings are what it’s all about in the world of YA books at the moment. Mad About the Hatter was my second one in a short period of time and I have to say I started it with a lot of mixed feelings…I adored the cover (it’s partly why I chose to read it in the first place) and I was psyched about g...
“I may be mad, and on occasion may make the truth seem like a crooked street in a twisted town, but a liar I am not.” Mad About The Hatter is an alternative look at Alice’s Wonderland that I very much enjoyed. What would happen if Alice had a brother? As it turns out,a good tale happens. Neither...