The White Queen
by Addison Cain
Release Date: 05th June 2018
Genre: Dark Fairy Tale Retelling / Horror
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The devil owes the Hatter a favor…
… and he knows just what he wants for his prize.
But unless he can corrupt sweet Alice, he cannot claim her—for one cannot steal a soul that isn’t tainted. That is… unless an innocent offers it of her own free will.
THE WHITE QUEEN is a tale of pure horror by USA Today bestselling author Addison Cain. There is no romance, no white knight. For the twisted Hatter lurks in these pages, ready to devour your soul and haunt your dreams.
My ARC Review:
Oh my life, what a dark and twisted treat this was!!! A retelling of the fairy tale Alice in Wonderland and it was utterly delicious in a very dark, twisted, horrifying and nerve wracking way!! Not for the faint hearted as this is no Disney version!!
I so love these dark fairy tale retellings, and this one is a corker. My daughter ‘had’ a white bunny with black eyes in her bedroom (I went straight in her room and took it out immediately after reading this) and has since been burnt after reading this story, but I’m half expecting it to reappear at any moment!!
I will never look at the Hatter, Cheshire Cat and Queen of Hearts in the same way ever again!
It was a quick read, but so very captivating, I couldn’t put it down – the descriptive writing and telling of the tale really got to me – it will mess with your head and give you the creeps, whilst feeling so very sorry for Alice and her situation. The feeling of dread that something was coming or watching me stayed with me for quite a while after reading this – give this one a go, I dare you!!
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USA Today Bestselling author, Addison L. Cain, was born in sunny California, but found herself drawn to dwell in older, history-rich places. Japan, Ireland, Qatar, and now Washington DC, Addison is always on the move, always eager to immerse herself in new cultures and people. Her stories reflect the antiquities she loves: deep and sometimes very dark. Driven to push her characters beyond the pale, Addison’s books are not for the faint of heart.