Alice the Assassin

It s a lot easier to be ruthless when you re heartless The truth is not what you were led to believe Alice never left Wonderland It wasn t all just a dream It s a nightmare A nightmare she can t escape, where formerly pleasant characters throw her unhappy unbirthday parties to torment her, while others like to make her cry so they can lick her tears But one dayIt s a lot easier to be ruthless when you re heartless The truth is not what you were led to believe Alice never left Wonderland It wasn t all just a dream It s a nightmare A nightmare she can t escape, where formerly pleasant characters throw her unhappy unbirthday parties to torment her, while others like to make her cry so they can lick her tears But one day after years of this unpleasantness, she loses her heart Literally Well, technically someone steals it And she has to get it back By any means necessary And it s a lot easier to be ruthless now that she s heartless She will have her heart returned to her even if she has to kill all the citizens of Wonderland one by one By the author of The Poniworld Chronicles and SinEaster.
Alice the Assassin It s a lot easier to be ruthless when you re heartless The truth is not what you were led to believe Alice never left Wonderland It wasn t all just a dream It s a nightmare A nightmare she can t escap

  • Title: Alice the Assassin
  • Author: Lotus Rose
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Alice the Assassin”

    1. Didn't know what I signed up for when I got this from for free lol. I thought it was a great concept and an easy read (prose-wise). I love fairy tales and twisted fairy tales, of course, but this wasn't as engaging as I thought it would be. That was probably the reason why it took a few days for me to finish something I'd read in half a day. I kept finding more interesting things to do. Probably the most entertaining parts were those with the double meanings as in Humpty Dumpty tells Alice to [...]

    2. I read this entire thing on my flight to Orlando. Very short and kind of weird. An interesting take on Alice in wonderland not sure if I'd continue with the series or not though

    3. Excellent book. Not as excellent as Snow white by Katherine Pine but still this is the book if you like reading retellings.Characters 10/10. Originality 10/10. Plot 10/10

    4. A cool bookI gave it a five because it was really good. I love the twists and turns in the book. Lotus Rose did an excellent job!

    5. I found this book to be an interesting twist to Alice in Wonderland. A dark one at that. Very fun and witty. However, I am unsure if I want to continue this series forward. A small part of me wants to know what happens next. However, most likely, I will not continue the series. I feel sorry for Alice and I understand why she does what she does.

    6. This isn't your Disney version of Wonderland. It is dark and depraved and is a fast but fun read. However, this really glossed over a lot, leaving a lot of hints but not a lot of substance. It would have been a very effective dark read had it gone a little deeper. Still, I would read the rest of the series, it was a good read and an original take on the Wonderland story.

    7. InterestingCharacters were well developed. Didn't like the ending. Not sure if I will read the rest of the series .

    8. Alice The Assassin (Malice In Wonderland)PLOT: On her REAL birthday, Alice after years of being tortured by the residents (who over the years have turned not only INSANE but VICIOUS AND BLOOD THIRSTY in ways you won't even believe) is granted an unusual request by a new visitor (The Thirteen of Hearts) or rather Heartless seeing that there are none in the place where there should be. With the gift of being able to remove her heart after tricking the Hatter into winning a game (I think that's how [...]

    9. I normally enjoy most books and especially books like these where they re-make stories, but this book disappointed me greatly. When i start reading a series, I always feel the urge to finish it no matter what but with this series I do not feel the need to buy or read the next bookrmally not judging a book on the length or the page count, the length of this story was to short as it caused the author to rush the story line or just the story in general, the pages went to fast and the explanations w [...]

    10. A fun book; free and short too. It really captures the spirit and voice of the original Alice in Wonderland while elevating it to a slightly more mature audience. I did get tired of some repetitive or on the nose elements and the fact that nobody ever goes anywhere, they just sort of appear in certain places. The beginning was the best part and it sort of weakened after that but with it being such a quick and easy read I didn't mind too much. It's also got a ton of light poetry that was ok, thou [...]

    11. This version of Alice in Wonderland type story is about Alice who is basically held in Wonderland against her will and tormented by the creatures there. She loses her heart and upon searching for it kills the creatures who have been mean to her. It was a strange take on the story but pretty good in a morbid sort of way.

    12. This is, typically, my kind of read; an adult re-telling of a child's fairytale. This, however was a bit of a disappointment in that the story wasn't engaging, I felt no empathy with Alice, and the plot felt rushed andin. The first in a series. I doubt I will read others.

    13. Very interesting. Had a few typos but nothing you can't get past. Was a super easy fast read. Definitely a sick twisted version of Alice in wonderland. So happy I've got all 5 very curious to see what happens next

    14. FunA very interestingly story! Fun to see the dark side of Alice in Wonderland! Not sure I am interested in the next books.

    15. I have to admit that I only read 62% of this; just couldn't get into it enough to finish it. Clever concept, but not an interesting narrative style.

    16. Interesting take This was a quick read, fast-paced and kept my attention. It was equal parts amusing and intriguing, I love reading different spins on old stories.

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