Teen Review: Alice in the Country of Hearts

Alice in the Country of Hearts, Omnibus Vol. 1, by QuinRose

Teen Reviewer: Erica Whorton

Alice in the Country of Hearts is a manga series based on the Japanese game Alice in the Country of Hearts Wonderful Wonder World, which in itself is a re-imagining of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.

Instead of Alice following a white rabbit into wonderland, she is kidnapped by the white rabbit and is forced to play a game. In the Country of Hearts the pedestrians carry weapons and do not care about life at all. Alice is confused and has to adapt to the way of life there whether she likes it or not. There is romance along with action. I like this manga because it is very humorous. The art in it is excellent. I would definitely recommend it to others. Even though it is girly, I believe guys would like it too.

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