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where they feel that they ll belongHatta or as many eople would call they feel that they ll belongHatta or as many eople would call the Mad Hatter was a colorful riddle extreme kind and loveable character Coleman really brought out a new side to this eccentric character his dialog and interaction with other character was so entertaining and fun Coleman made sure to ut in a few key things that connect Hatta to the original story For example not only did Hatta continue with his unusual way of talking but the readers learn how Hatta was when he was younger and why he is the way he is also with his extreme For Purple And for urple to the ueen of Hearts Chism is a solider and young man who was born a fighter But every time he feels he s doing the right thing everything gets turned upside down The way he s introduced in the beginning was brilliantly written it was such an intense scene that I held my breath through the first couple Two Views on the Doctrine of the Trinity pages Chism isn t someone to mess with and don t let his age fool you about his strength Overall I highly recommend Hatter the actionlot characters and how each boys lives interact together was captivating I really enjoyed getting an origin story for the many characters I loved from the original tales I m excited to see what Coleman will write in the world of Alice in WonderlandRECOMMENDATION This is a young adult book the action and semi violence is mild for any age It s a colorful tale and enjoyable for fans of any genre Fans of Frank Beddor s The Looking Glass Wars will love Daniel Coleman s Hatter When I first The Art of Standing Still picked up this book I was very vocal to those around me that I had never been a fan of the Alice World I think my exact words were It s creepy and I don t want anything to do with it But I was willing to give this a try I am SOOOOO This is a companion novel to Daniel Coleman s other story JABBERWOCKY When I think about HATTER I am torn There are times Irefer JABBERWOCKY and the uniue take on the story and other times I refer HATTER and reading about well known characters in a new light As the name suggests HATTER is a origin story of the Mad Hatter The two characters of the story are complete opposites and yet I felt a bond with both of them in some way Hatta is the loveable eccentric. E Cat ueen of Hearts White ueen and other familiar characters emerge to fill their eminent roles as well Witness literature’s most lovable lunatic’s tangled ascent into madnes.
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That The Young Kid Loving The Crazy Face Screaming OffThe young kid loving the crazy face screaming Off his head PBut overall I really enjoyed this book I had hoped to enjoy it but wasn t sure what to expect given my thoughts on retellings and the fact that I know very little of the real Wonderland But I m happy to say that the book than lived up to my expectations and I m even hoping that Coleman lans to write Wonderland stories because I will read them all Maybe it will even be the motivation I need to finally read the originals While I fully enjoyed Jabberwocky this book was even better as Mostly Mama previous characters were re visited and at times fully expanded upon Brune and Chism and new characters were introduced The story is one of two brothers scarred in different ways from the same traumatic event finding common ground Perhaps the Elite will introducesychological testing after this adventure I eagerly await Mr Coleman next book GENRE FantasyTHEME Alice in WonderlandRECEIVED Received for Review from Teen Book SceneBLOG ve always been a huge fan of the story Alice in Wonderland but even so the twisted tales that many authors have done with the famous story Daniel Coleman has hands down written one of my favorite novels in the world of Alice in Wonderland I loved the ideas writing and creativity of the old characters and how they were similar but extremely different at the same timeHatter is the companion novel to Colemans first book Jabberwocky but you don t need to have read it to understand this book Some characters from the first novel are mentioned but it s easy to follow Hatter follows two characters Hatta and Chism both For colors hardly ualify him for such a destiny In a kingdom that doesn’t need saving a young man ignorant of social norms is the unlikeliest of heroesAlong the way the Cheshir. Originally reviewed on my blog Books from Bleh to Basically Amazing Hatter by Daniel Coleman is a companion novel to Jabberwocky Hatter is set in the same whimsical world as Jabberwocky but it extends that world beyond just the Jabberwock oem to include and create Coleman s version of Wonderland taken from Lewis CarrollI have a bit of a lovehate relationship with retellings one that is far too large and would
Completely Take Over This Post If I Tried To Discusstake over this ost if I tried to discuss But the short version is that while I absolutely love and adore fairy tale retellings I completely avoid retellings of books But the Alice in Wonderland stories kind of fall right in the middle for me They are a book but the stories of Wonderland feel very fairy tale ish so I m a bit torn The main reason I decided to read this book is because of how much I enjoy JabberwockyI ll be honest and admit that I didn t love Hatter the same way I did Jabberwocky but that doesn t surprise me I ve never actually read anything other than Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll and my experiences with Alice are solely based on the Disney version of the story And we all know their reputation for sticking close to the original Anyway Hatter is the story of Hatta who is trying to understand his Cutremur de timp position in the world He knows he views the world differently from everyone else and he honestly fears the insanity or outsanity that is lurking just within his mind He views the world in colors vivid vibrant colors and his clothing reflects that It s really interesting reading from hiserspective because the colors are tied to emotions both his and others and Backlash : La guerre froide contre les femmes people give off colors that are reflective of theirersonalities It fascinated me and Hatta was such a uirky and interesting character to follow The other narrator Chism was also interesting to read about but for different reasons Chism is colorblind a soldier and full of rage and bitterness He s a loner who wants nothing than to continue as an elite Die Botin des Königs (Reiter-Trilogie protecting the order of life the circle and sword and doing his duty But when what he views as his responsibility seriously backfires he ends uputting himself in a lot of danger and also being the spark that starts the fireI don t know that I can Patagonia Express put my finger on it exactly but no matter how much I enjoyed reading th. There’s nothing wrong with a touch of madness – Cheshire CatSomeday Hatta will save the kingdom In his mind at least But his talents of uncharacteristic kindness and aassion.