Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz Vol. 1 by Mamenosuke QuinroseAlice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz Vol. 1 by Mamenosuke Quinrose

Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz Vol. 1

byMamenosuke QuinroseIllustratorMamenosuke Fujimaru

Paperback | July 3, 2012

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The sequel to the New York Times bestselling manga Alice in the Country of Hearts

This all-new manga series reimagines Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland in a sly, sexy shoujo style that follows up QuinRose's New York Times bestselling Alice in the Country of Hearts, but can be read independently. Each new volume is an oversized editions that feature impressive artwork and color pinups

His name is Boris, and despite his human form and piercings and tattoos, he is not your typical punk teenager. For he is the Cheshire Cat, complete with cat ears and a tail, and a penchant for riddles. Boris is in madly love with Alice, and Alice is vulnerable and lonely. But will she fall for the Cheshire Cat?

QuinRose is a Japanese game developer who created the Alice franchise of video games, which spun off into novels, manga, and an anime feature film.Mamenosuke Fujimaru is a Japanese manga artist best known for his work on Alice in the Country of Clover.
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Title:Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz Vol. 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.27 × 5.85 × 0.68 inPublished:July 3, 2012Publisher:Seven Seas PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1935934910

ISBN - 13:9781935934912

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love! Probably on of my favourite stories out of all the different "paths" the "Alice in the Country of..." series takes! Love the artwork and cool characters!
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! My finish manga series I read and it was a perfect and amazing! I couldn't put it down and I wanted to read more and see what happens next!
Date published: 2017-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Starting to become hard to follow what's happening There are so many of these books at this point that they all tend to blend together in my head these days. Alice in the Country of x is a nice manga with an interesting premise and quality artwork, but the plot is really all over the place, and the characters keep changing so fast it's hard to really keep track. I'll say that if you enjoyed the previous entries in this series, you'll like this but for me there is a point of diminishing returns.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Second favorite This is my second favorite series in all the Alice in the country of books (my favorite with the books that involve Joker :P) I love Boris so I am very happy how his story has 7 books. Best of all, aside from the main story, there is also a side story at the back to go along with it. So it's like you get two stories in one.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love The Cheshire Cat Waltz obviously revolves around Boris' Arc and is probably the most hot and steamy, and fanserviest of the "Alice in the Country of..." series. Throughout the 7 volumes there are many instances with sexual undertones (it's actually quite blatant) and so I would definitely recommend this to all fans of Boris. The plot has a bit more substance than most of the other character arcs. In this arc we have problems arising between Ace, Boris and Alice. As per usual we follow Alice as she struggles with her internal conflicts and her feelings of guilt versus her feelings of love for Boris and Wonderland. This arc was most enjoyable to follow as there was an equal balance of romantic moments as well as conflict and comical moments. I would recommend this series as it had moments that pulled at my heartstrings.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Novel, Possibly Confusing Review! To start off, I love this series. "Alice in the Country of Clover; Cheshire Cat Waltz" is a spin off series of "Alice in the Country of Hearts" that follows Boris Airay as the main male character (instead of any other characters the protagonist Alice has the ability to court in the original video game this manga is based off of). Confused? Followed by two other games that have not yet been made into a manga, "Alice in the Country of Hearts" and "Clover" are both manga series based off of a video game dating simulator! The downside to this game is that the video games are Japanese only and cannot be found on an Emulator. "Alice in the Country of Hearts" and "Clover", manga versions, do a very good job of staying close to the original video game's concept. Anyway, "Chesire Cat Waltz" is for sure my favourite of the "Country of Clover" set. Boris is my favourite character of the "Alice in the Country of" series, and volume one catapults him and Alice from the Country of Hearts to the Country of Clover. All of this is explained why, and how, the Countries switch... But it is all terrifyingly confusing if you made the mistake I did and read 'Clover' before 'Hearts'. If you're even more confused about reading or picking up 'Chesire Cat Waltz' after reading this, I can understand why. Being a series based off of Wonderland, "Alice in the Country of Clover" is filled with total and utter.... Well, insanity. It is confusing in just about every aspect of the novel. Even if you have read the first set of novels, "Hearts", some things in "Clover" still may just make no sense. Even still, Boris and Alice make a sweet, adorable couple that I instantly fell in love with the moment I saw them together. Plus, being a cat, Boris melted my heart with that big goofy grin and his sweet, fuzzy little ears. If you're a fan of Wonderland-inspired books, adorable characters and can deal with a confusing plot line, then dive right in to "Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz". You'll love it!! (Though I highly recommend reading "Alice in the Country of Hearts" first !!!)
Date published: 2012-12-27

Editorial Reviews

"It may be impossible to beat Lewis Carroll at his own game, but as Alice in the Country of Hearts shows, there are still ways to succeed." -ANIME NEWS NETWORK on Alice in the Country of Hearts

"Nicely done art and hunky hunks make Alice in the Country of Hearts eye candy for shojo manga fans." -ABOUT.COM on Alice in the Country of Hearts