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 herfor one cannot steal a soul that isnt 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....
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The White Queen Reviews
Once upon a time, Addison Cain wrote a short story about Alice in Wonderland that was included in a boxset of adult fairytales. It was a pretty darn dark story. Then, our plucky heroine got the rights to her story back and she was able to put the stuff back in that she had to take out.
When this Alice sees the white rabbit, she doesn't want to go and follow him down his rabbit hole for a topsy-turvy tea party. In fact, she would be perfectly happy to never see a white rabbit again in her entire l ...more
Walk down the rabbit hole with me. Meet Alice from her first meet with the demented red queen who visits her as a child to the mysterious Hatter, who pretends to keep them at bay until she fails to do as expected. See Alice as she grows u a young woman whose parents will not let her leave the house because of her nightly mishaps( well mishaps unless you are Alice).
A short twisted tale that the author has penned, this is a fantastic work of horror. Walk in and you'll leave changed. I totally lov ...more
Poor Alice. She’s in the vicious hands of beloved literary characters gone wild. The author warns that this is horror instead of her usual dark romance, and she’s right. It’s a tense, subliminally-pervy, sinister take on “Alice in Wonderland.” The pervy stuff is mostly off screen or detached and not explicit.
This story reminds me of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” but with malevolence and nightmarish violence instead of Victorian feminist angst. Is Alice a reliable narrator? Wh ...more
Review Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
“Is Alice as mad as the Hatter?”
I received an Advance Reader Copy for The White Queen written by Addison Cain and voluntarily reviewed this book. Only from this author can this twisted version of the innocent Alice in Wonderland come to be. It is dark and will jab and linger at the recesses of your minds. Alice grew up in well-to-do society as sweet and innocent as can be, but her parents cannot believe the tall tales she tells. So what is worse than not being b ...more
It's very rare that I find an author that can write multiple genre's well, but leave it to Addison... it doesn't matter what she's writing, it's bound to suck you in and leave you begging for more. I can't say I'm much of a horror genre fan, but hot dang, I gobbled up this story. As with everything else she's written, Addison's world building skills don't disappoint in The White Queen. What a unique and twisted short story. This is definitely one of those books where you are going to finish it a ...more
Because, if you aren’t, you will be after reading Addison Cain’s “The White Queen.” Scarily based on “Alice in Wonderland,” reading this horror story will leave you sleeping with the lights on, fearful of what goes bump in the night, and you will love every page of it. As others, I’m sure, will point out, there is no (traditional) happily ever after. This is a horror story that spans years and the rabbit hole…well…do you really want to know what resides in the deep recesses of your mind, er, Ali ...more
Addison Cain can weave such a beautiful nightmare. This is a dark read. A twisted "courtship" and a twisted HEA for the heroine(victim?). I highly recommend if that is your genre and if not, I warn you away. Adison is too good at her craft.
The White Queen is a dark and twisted vision of the traditional Alice in Wonderland. Addison Cain is a woman who knows how to toe the line with darker plots. If you are wanting to test the black waters of darkness then I suggest The White Queen. It's dark enough for those who are new to the genre, and those who enjoy the darkness this is just a delightful taste of Mrs. Cain's work.