Alice in the Country of Hearts

Alice in the Country of Hearts

My Fanatic Rabbit. 1

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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!!
Publisher: New York : Hachette Book Group, 2012.
Edition: First Yen Press edition
ISBN: 9780316229203
0316229202
Branch Call Number: FIC QuinR
Characteristics: 188 pages : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Psyche, Delico
Carroll, Lewis 1832-1898.
Alternative Title: My fanatic rabbit. 1

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forbesrachel Dec 10, 2014

The Alice in the Country of... series are adaptions based on the otome (maiden) games of the same name. Each installment places the lead character Alice amongst a reverse-harem where her decisions change so that she becomes romantically involved with a different character for that story. Loosely ... Read More »


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forbesrachel Dec 10, 2014

The Alice in the Country of... series are adaptions based on the otome (maiden) games of the same name. Each installment places the lead character Alice amongst a reverse-harem where her decisions change so that she becomes romantically involved with a different character for that story. Loosely based on Alice in Wonderland, the original six volume set, Alice in the Country of Hearts, explains her arrival and introduces us to the entire cast. Both the hare and the rabbit take centre stage in My Fanatic Rabbit. Elliot best exemplifies the topsy-turvy Wonderland for on the one hand he is earnest and friendly, but when on the job he is a killer. This is difficult for Alice to accept. Even harder for her to accept is the fanatical love of Peter. This Alice swoons over everything. She gets starry-eyed about Elliot's "rabbit" qualities, and then flushes when he protects her. Unfortunately, the art is a bit sloppy, especially when compared to others in the series. Every title from the Alice series has the same quality writing. A reader's enjoyment of any one volume depends entirely on their own character preferences.

crystal_dark Mar 28, 2014

Contains Episodes 8 - 12: This volume was a great continuation to the first volume in the series and did a good job of tying things up at the end. I enjoyed seeing the relationship between Elliot and Alice as the story continued as well as seeing how Elliot changed through his relationship with her. I feel that I am a bigger fan of Elliot's now thanks to this series and look forward to reading more about him in some of the other series about Alice and her adventures.

crystal_dark Mar 28, 2014

Contains Episodes 1 - 7: This series seems interesting and allows the reader to get to know Elliot March the March Hare better. I really enjoyed learning more about Elliot's personality in this volume and am looking forward to seeing what happens next.

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ninahoppe
Jun 04, 2013

Elliot isn't one of the strongest characters in the series but he seems to be a good guy if your a friend. I enjoyed learning more about how shy he is with his feelings and insecurities.

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