After being swept down a gaping hole in her garden, Alice Liddell finds herself in the Country of Hearts, an "outsider" among the land's peculiar inhabitants. Taking up residence at Hatter Mansion, Alice occasionally forgets that her host, Blood, is the head of the Mafia. But she is quickly reminded of that fact by Blood's violence toward his most loyal follower, the March Hare. Elliott has never known the care and attention Alice shows him, and her ways are as fascinating to him as his rabbit ears are to her. But can love truly blossom between two who are so different?
One day, a mysterious rabbit-eared man named Peter suddenly appears in Alice's garden and kidnaps her, whisking her off to a dangerous world where every resident brandishes a weapon. Trapped in this land in the midst of a three-way power struggle, Alice accepts an offer to stay at the Hatter's mansion. At the mansion, Alice meets the Hatter's right-hand man, Elliot March, who is likable and charming and...also sports a pair of bunny ears! And yet, Alice cannot get over the fact that Elliot is actually a Mafia hitman, willing to kill people without hesitation...In this popular Wonderland manga, the March Hare has finally arrived!!
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QuinRose is a Japanese game developer that produces dating-sim games for girls, including the bestselling Alice in the Country of Hearts. Many of their other productions are also loosely based on works of fiction.From Booklist:
When publisher Tokyopop closed its doors, there were fears that many of their series would hang in limbo. So there was much rejoicing when Yen Press rescued Alice in the Country of Hearts, the best-selling series based on a popular Japanese dating simulation game. In the game, and in the original three-volume manga, Alice Liddell is kidnapped from her garden by Peter White, a man with rabbit ears, and taken to Wonderland, where she is forced to stay and interact with (and be courted by) the local citizens. In this spin-off, the focus switches to Elliott March (the March Hare, a hitman for the Mafia) as Alice’s love interest, offering readers a new couple to root for. Prior knowledge of the series is assumed, so some situations and jokes will be lost on new readers, but enough is explained to keep the story moving. The art is strong and easy to follow; many readers won’t even realize the series has a new artist. An interesting spin on a classic tale. Grades 9-12. --Eva Volin
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