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- Print Length: 288 pages
- Publication Date: April 20, 2019
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07PDHSBLX
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I expected to cry during some part of this review, loving this world so much and finding it hard to say goodbye, but I didn’t think I’d begin crying as soon as I begun writing this. It seems silly, but it’s rare when a series touches your heart enough to make you cry, even harder when that series feels like it’s a part of your very essence. When I read this series, I feel like I’m coming home; that I’m surrounded by friends and family. I don’t think I can put to words how hard this review is for me to write, because my heart feels so full and happy, but also, I’m sad to say goodbye to Wonderland.
Cheshire was the son I didn’t know whether I’d connect to out of the three. I loved him as a minor character through the two books before Feral as a Cat, but I didn’t know how he’d deal with the prophecy and the idea of a mate. I expected a lot of reluctance, but what I didn’t expect was to read about a kindred spirit. Cheshire has control issues, but for good reason, but beneath that, he’s a complex man who wants nothing more than to be happy. His journey in this book was a hard one to read, because he’s been through and lost so much, and many times in this book I just wanted to smack the silly cat upside the head and show him happiness is right in front of him, within reach, but as you can imagine Chesh doesn’t give in too easily. And his reluctant struggle was beautiful and hilarious to watch.
“And yet, here Cal stands, tall, strong, beautiful, and so full of fire that I want to fan the inferno until she overflows and takes me out with her. But no temptation, no prophecy will force us together.”
And Calypso? I love how strong-willed, witty, and fiery she was. I didn’t know if any woman could be a match for the Cheshire Cat, but after reading this book, Cal has convinced me that she’s more than up for the task. And she’s not going to back down from a challenge.
“Which of us is actually named after a goddess, Pu**y Cat? I think it will be you worshiping me.”
Overall, I’m obsessed with this whole series. I feel so happy I got to live and be a part of Wonderland. Thanks to this series, I was able to have tea with the Hatter, stop time with the White Rabbit, and defend Wonderland with the mischievous Cheshire Cat. If you haven’t fell down the rabbit hole yet, I highly recommend you do, so make sure you start at the beginning and, remember, we’re all mad here <3
“Things will always be different, our lives forever changed, all because of a Hatter, a White Rabbit, and a Cheshire Cat.”
This book had emotions on steroids, so much love, loss, loyalty, betrayal, stubbornness and depreciation. The author's writing remains amazing, strong, expressive, and beautifully consistent. This time with added sadness when compared with the previous books, which is to be expected considering the events and the main couple.
So, Calypso, a car mechanic with a spine of steel and a determination of a lunatic, meets Cheshire the Cat, the most stubborn and most self critical and self loathing Son of Wonderland. Needless to say that their romance is not as smooth and logical as the previous two, because, well, Cheshire. However, that did not stop them from enjoying each other's company from time to time, which was super hot.
Then there are adorable Atlas, Calypso's little brother and their mother, who fit in Wonderland like they were meant for it. The whole crew is present and more involved than ever, even with the addition of Flamingo, who is a special character on his own. The author did such an amazing work on the characters and the descriptions that I felt like I was there with them.
But probably, the most beautiful in the whole series are the rhymes, whether they come as prophecies or characters' statements. I found myself reading them over and over again, trying to memorise them. This is one of the best series I have ever read and I hope for more. The author's imagination and talent are a thing of beauty, and she has a special place in my heart.
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The book is paced fabulously, it’s fast but you don’t feel rushed except by your own desire to race to see how it all ends. The villains are dastardly, the heroes are perfect.
The way the chapters flip from all the characters so you see what is happening from all their perspectives deepens the story line rather than detracts, which can sometimes happen when this is done. Though don’t have any doubt that this is very very much Calypso’s story.
I loved catching up with Clara Bee and Hatter, Jupiter and White, seeing their ongoing love affairs entwined with Calypso and Cheshire. The Tweedles made me shudder ugh they are soo creepy.
I cried a few times during this book, I snorted lots too. The fabulous ending answers one question we all had... who was the fourth? And opens up the series to a whole lot MORE! Yay!!!!!!
Thank you Kendra. Love your work.
What an amazing series, this book has it all! Several povs so you can get into the minds of all our favorites, new characters and an amazing ending! I giggled, I got hot and bothered, I cried, I was anxious and relieved and mad ( as a hatter ). I don't want to go into details just read the book, it won't disapoint you, just sad that it ended.
First read Mad as A Hatter and Late As A Rabbit before this one or else you're lost and not in a good way.
Cal and Chesh are very strong dominant characters with big personalities, a freight train of baggage and a lot to learn about each other and themselves. The other main characters, both previously introduced and newly introduced, are not left to the wayside.
Oh and you aren't going to believe where Kendra is taking us next. ;) spoilers.