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Holly's manga review: 'Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz'

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“Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz” is a manga by Quin Rose. Alice has been mysteriously transported to the Country of Clover. Luckily, Boris, the Cheshire Cat is with her. Interestingly, he’s begun to hit on her and Alice doesn’t know how to react. Things get a lot more complicated when they have to deal with the Mad Hatter and a group of Faceless thugs with their own sinister plans for Alice. Will their relationship succeed?

This is a lot longer than some of the other ‘Alice’ stories, which is good because it develops the plot with more depth. However, some readers used to reading stand-alone volumes may get a little impatient. The story is fine as Boris actually works hard to meet Alice halfway. There’s also a subplot dealing with a gang of Faceless crooks. This is a solid manga for Honolulu ‘Alice’ fans to get into.

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