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The Villains : This book is simply unbelievable, because the bad guys are just bad for the sake of being bad.
For example, her villified father. The cruel, evil King of Hearts who has despised Dinah since the day she was born. He constantly belittles her. He constantly seeks to humiliate her.
It numbs me, because his hate felt incredibly gratuitous, there only to elicit sympathy for Dinah, and without a reason at all.
She had been lost in thought, standing midaisle. Dinah bowed her head. Dinah's romance is limited to wishful thinking. She is going to be the Queen one day, so there is no question she can, and will get the guy of her dreams.
She longed to make Wardley her husband one day, which would make him the King of Hearts beside her. That's pretty much the limitation of their romance.
She holds the cards no pun intended. Wardley is not a romantic interest. He is a pawn to be used as Dinah sees fit.
Her lips trembled. View all 44 comments. I'll be honest, I didn't have the highest expectations going in. I didn't read any of the reviews, but having never really heard anyone discussing this story, I thought maybe it would be a flop.
Boy, was I wrong! An origin story for the Queen of Hearts was something I didn't even know I needed, but man, did I ever!
I love retellings from the villain's perspective, that's honestly one of my favorite subgenres of YA, and who doesn't love an origin story? This one felt very true to the atmosphere of the original story, but brought a lot of new concepts and unique twists.
I loved the deep, dark overall feel of the tale. There were parts that were very gritty and creepy, including a lot of blood, gore and torture, but not in an obnoxious way.
In my opinion, it all worked perfectly with the overall story arc. People sometimes forget, Alice in Wonderland is not a feel-good tale.
It is dark and scary with twisty-turny, upside-downy things that are meant to make you feel on edge.
I loved the relationship between Dinah, the future Queen of Hearts, and her Father. He is a demonic, evil, spiteful little man and I really hope he gets his in the next book!
Speaking of the next book, this left off on such a cliffhanger. I cannot wait to see where the next book takes us!
Another thing I enjoyed about this was Cheshire, an aide to the King. You can tell he is all kinds of devious.
I'm not sure at this point what his true motivations are but he sure is a tricky one! He is described as having similar qualities to the Cheshire Cat from the original, yet in this tale, he is a man.
We also meet Dinah's main caregiver, Harris, who is just so sweet and precious, he loves her like her Father never has. He is just a pure gem who I hope survives the wrath that is the King of Hearts!
For Mad Hatter fans, have no fear, he is in here too; as are all the cards, the croquet games and general royal chaos.
Overall, I feel like this book needs some more love. I definitely plan to get the entire series and will probably even read this one again.
I am majorly geeking out over this right now. I am going to go back now though and read other reviews. I am really curious to see what other readers think of it!
View all 10 comments. Dec 18, Natalie Monroe rated it did not like it Shelves: boooring , watch-out-for-puddles-of-angst , cheesy-cheesy-cheesy , could-have-been-better , dragged-on-too-much , derp-moments , dishonor-on-your-cow , hate-the-characters-hate-the-book , i-should-ve-said-no , not-as-good-as-i-expected.
This note wasn't sent in malice, I can feel it. Either it goes well, which makes it look like a deux ex machina. Or it goes horribly wrong, making said character look like an idiot.
Guess what happens to Diane. Go on, guess. Diane is She's bratty. During the climax, when everything goes to s "I can't explain it, but I need to find her.
During the climax, when everything goes to shit, a horse has to tell her what to do. A horse. Granted, a magic horse, but my God!
Not when you're wallowing in self-pity instead of doing shit. Don't try to tell me her dad might notice, because she totally gives one away later in exchange for a guard's silence.
It's not like she's uneducated. She's the princess of Wonderland, as she loves reminding guards while being unnessarily cruel. She sits through lessons all day long, all throughout the book.
You think she'd pick up a few things. But noooo. Precious Princess Diane makes rash decisions, barely thinking through a plan before plunging up to her shoulders in it.
Then whines when they fall through. She throws tantrums bordering on hysterical-outburst material. In the first chapter, when she's being presented to the throne by her very intimidating father, she zones out.
Come on, realistically, would that happen? When you're already frightened and nervous? I'd be hyper alert and march down that aisle as quick as possible, so no one will stare.
The writing burns my eyes. Just look at it: "The ivory doors slammed shut behind her, the sound bouncing around the vast room. Voluminous red banners billowed from floor to ceiling, a black heart stitched across each center: the blazon of the King.
Dinah's white slippers echoed loudly against the marble floors, and she felt thousands of eyes watching her, judging her.
She held her crowned head as highly and regally as she could. The entire court watched her walk up the aisle, lords and ladies of noble birth, their bright fashion a blot of color on the otherwise black-and-white marble room.
I can write a Stephenie Meyer novel with all those adjectives. Sometimes, less is more. Especially in the beginning, when readers are still getting used to the world and characters.
I'm not interested in an essay on the duties of different Cards and Wonderland provinces. Spread it out like peanut butter, man.
There's telling in form of dialogue, telling instead of showing, so much telling I feel like I'm five sitting through a lecture from my mom.
Show me a straining waistline. Let me hear a barked command at a servant. Don't be fucking lazy with storytelling. The dialogue is downright cringe-worthy: "Oh, Dinah, you are too good.
This just what I needed. You're incredible, you know that? You've told from day one the king is a dick. You can't expect me to be bamboozled by the knowledge that he's trying to kill his daughter to keep the throne.
Why though? That's a huge plot hole that somehow slipped through. He's not dead yet and he rules by fear. Even if there is a rule that demands he must hand over the throne when Dinah is of age, can't he change it?
The world-building itself is interesting. The Mad Hatter is Diane's crazy brother Charles who designs hats. The information about Cards and their heirarchy is fascinating once you look through the word-vomit.
But without a plot and interesting characters, it's nothing but an empty world. ARC provided by Edelweiss. Quotes taken from an uncorrected galley proof and may be subject to change.
View all 8 comments. This was more like 3. Dinah is a teenage future Queen of Hearts in Wonderland. At least not yet. Dinah was a strong female character.
She has spunk and is feisty. She has a big heart and it hurts her to see how her father the asshole rules Wonderland. He is abusive both physically and mentally to her character.
She looks out after her servants and her Mad brother Charles aka the This was more like 3. She looks out after her servants and her Mad brother Charles aka the Mad hatter.
Charles's character was one of my favorites in this book too. He wraps the reader around his finger. Something went wrong at his birth and he was born mad.
Such a sweet sole he has though. You also have Cheshire who is the King's closest adviser. He is not in cat form in this book but there are rumors that he can shape-shift into a cat.
Dinah's King father springs upon the kingdom a perfect child that he worships that he supposedly fathered out of wedlock in a night of lust.
I hated that heifer too. This is the first of a trilogy and I can't wait to see where the author goes with it.
What makes Dinah change into that famous evil queen? Must find out. Feb 04, Alaina rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Everyone!
Shelves: young-adult , fiction , romance , sci-fi , retellings , fantasy , historical-fiction , mystery , february-challenge , fairy-tales. I didn't even bother looking at the reviews for this book because I wanted to read it so badly.
I just didn't care if the whole world hated or loved this book - I wanted to read it and that's all that mattered to me.
Queen of Hearts is obviously a retelling but it made me like the Queen of Hearts so freaking much. Dinah, who is the MC and the future queen, is basically treated lower than dirt by her father.
Speaking of the King Douche, I hate his guts so freaking much. I wanted him to die the entire time I was reading this book. Spoiler alert: he's still sadly alive.
Just go with it. Either way, it was freaking amazing. Like I've mentioned before I flew through this book. I couldn't get enough. I even read that free chapter for the next book then found out that I didn't bring that book with me.
Talk about pure sadness guys. I loved everything about this book. I hope the people I want dead die in the next book. I want Dinah to become the Queen she is meant to be.
Jul 01, Katie. Well this was a disappointment. Up until literally the last chapter. Dinah is one hell of a spoiled brat and sadly our main character.
Vittoire arrives on the doorstep as her long lost sister - but all is not as it seems. That is interesting and if I read the second book I hope that is explored more as it sounds a hell of a more interesting back story tha Well this was a disappointment.
That is interesting and if I read the second book I hope that is explored more as it sounds a hell of a more interesting back story than Dinah.
The outside world beyond the palace also sounds very intriguing. View all 4 comments. I did not expect to dislike Queen of Hearts so strongly but my God, this book was awful.
My battle to make my way through the entirety of this story tested every nerve in my body. For a short book, it was a long and difficult trek from start to finish.
I disliked the characters, the writing, the plot. It was a story which took all of the amazing things about the original Alice in Wonderland and introduced them to typical YA tropes… and you can imagine just how that turned out.
Dinah was an immatu I did not expect to dislike Queen of Hearts so strongly but my God, this book was awful. Dinah was an immature brat who deserved to be shoved off the tower and taught a lesson.
I could not stand how selfish and bratty she acted, literally all of the time. At least the first third of this book is made up of her crying, throwing temper tantrums and pouting.
Every interaction we had with her was riddled with the undertone of her constant self-pity and whining. It was childish and unreasonable how she treated her half-sibling, Vittiore.
There is no excuse for maintaining such a ridiculously strong hatred towards such an innocent and benign girl, let alone someone you could potentially ally with against the fury of your father, other than your own personal lack of maturity.
I can understand that Dinah was jealous that her father seemed to care more about Vittiore than herself but I think that replacing the chance to explore these complicated familial relationships with childish antics was not the best idea.
Dinah was not a worthy protagonist. Was his relationship with Dinah meant to be a romance? Personally, I never felt that these feelings were reciprocated but I did find it rather irritating that it was so ambiguous.
Either way, his generally underdeveloped characterisation was still a sore spot for me. While I liked him a lot more than Dinah herself, I still felt that we knew little about Wardley as a character.
I did appreciate that he seemed to be a sensible lad with a no-nonsense attitude. He had no real reason for hating Dinah to the extent that he did.
He abused her and treated her disgustingly but for no real motivation. Was she a threat to his crown? Potentially, but she was also a child.
He had already turned the goodwill of his people against her. It would have been easy! For the first three quarters of the story, I was completely confuddled by his motivations and utter hatred of his daughter.
His response to Charles was also disheartening and I wish that he had some depth, really any at all would have been nice. Otherwise, he was the typical poorly written villain.
The plotline was also… wait, what plotline? The reason I disliked this book to the extent I did was because nothing happened. There was no end goal.
Dinah had nothing to aim for and the storyline was just a random combination of Dinah crying and over-reacting to events that happened in the palace.
There was a slight detour in the middle where Dinah and Wardley investigated a random mystery in the Black Towers which was never explained properly or elaborated on.
As a whole, the story was ridiculously dull and dry. For such a short book, it was scary how easily I lost my focus. I could not concentrate on the story unfolding on the page because there was so little story actually unfolding.
Not only was it overly simplistic - to the point where it was almost juvenile - but she had the uncanny knack of filling pages and pages of telling instead of showing.
I disliked how clunky the descriptions were and how awkwardly they were often incorporated into the body of the story. Was it completely unique?
The parts of the plot which allowed Dinah to explore these settings were my favourite parts of the book. As a whole, the world-building was passable.
Oakes captured some of the important whimsical vibes of Wonderland but I did wish we knew more specifics about the towns which surrounded the palace and details like that.
This book was so damn disappointing. Wardley either. The plotline was non-existent and I disliked not having a clear end goal for the story or a decent antagonist to keep things interesting.
The writing style was also too juvenile for my tastes. I was just so disappointed by this book, it was so meh. Nothing interesting happened.
I am still not over this stupidity. I think her name was Dinah or something weird in this book, but she had no unique or interesting qualities whatsoever, making it quite boring.
There was just nothi I was just so disappointed by this book, it was so meh. There was just nothing about this book to make it interesting.
I still don't know the character names, so evidently this story won't stay with me long. Dinah was quite a strong-willed character, although she maybe could have been a bit smarter.
The way she went around talking about her half-sister and the King was pretty bad, and she was lucky that nobody important ever overheard her.
The trip to the towers was a bit of a waste of time really as the riddles were never explained, and I expected more from Dinah really.
The story was enjoyable overall though, and the action towards the end saved it a bit for me. Mar 20, Alyssa rated it liked it Shelves: releases. The only highlight of her days is visiting Wardley, her childhood best friend, the future Knave of Hearts — and the love of her life.
As her coronation date approaches, a series of suspicious and bloody events suggests that something sinister stirs in the whimsical halls of Wonderland.
Part epic fantasy, part twisted fairy tale, this dazzling saga will have readers shivering as Dinahs furious nature sweeps Wonderland up in the maelstrom of her wrath.
For some reason, I thought this was a prequel trilogy to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Either way, I was on board with this book.
I didn't know much about it beforehand which isn't a bad thing, in this case. Obviously I didn't like it as much as I'd hoped, but it was worth my time, and I think I may read the next book and perhaps the third in the series.
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