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The White Queen

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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  • Moxie

    I adore fairytales. Not to brag or anything but I own all the Disney and Pixar movies.



    But there is something I love more than fairytales...darker, perverse retellings. So when I came across this little story, I was beyond delighted.

    I am a Wonderland junkie. There's something about it that draws me in. Maybe its the dark undertones because when you think about it, it's a pretty fucked up story all in its own. But this little read, takes it to a whole new level.



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  • Nicole Konstance

    This telling is a dark and twisted horror version of Alice in Wonderland. Original in a slightly lighter and shorter version in a box set of adult fairytales. Fantastic in its form, but should not be read by the feint hearted.

    In this version Alice is terrible neglected by her superficial parents and she is nightly tormented by grotesque versions the Red Queen, the twins, the Cheshire Cat, the white rabbit and the hatter. As her parents, the nanny and even the doctors from the psychiatric hospit
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  • Amy

    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
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  • Unapologetically Book Obsessed

    A dark twist on an already dark story

    I am so upset with myself that I didn’t discover Addison Cain’s writing earlier. Though I’ve usually been a reader that requires a neatly wrapped ending to the stories I read, Addison’s penchant for dark and complex elements to her stories, as well as leaving some things as answered, has still managed to keep captivated by the characters and plot. Each time I end one of her books, I ask myself, “Why?”. Why is it over and why is it so darn good?

    The story of Al
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  • Ri

    4.5 stars

    If you are looking for romance or even A happily ever after move along. This is not a fairytale nor is it the Alice in Wonderland that you read as a child. It's dark, twisted, and horrific. You will want to stop reading but you won't be able to stop because this author is incredibly talented. I'm convinced that she is either a witch or a drug dealer because her words are crack.

  • Kim K.

    Addison Cain. What an author. “The White Queen” is a short dark, dark fantasy. If you want to be drawn into a horror story which keeps you gobbling it up to the end then this is for you. These characters were the stuff of nightmares. Horror which haunts you long after you’ve finished the story. In a world of rehashed remakes it is refreshing to read such unique stories from this author. Nobody creates dark worlds like Addison. Her stories are guaranteed to entertain, provoke profoundly and offer ...more

  • Rebecca  Acree

    Madder than a March hare...

    What a fun little read. The White Queen takes everything you learned about Alice and her Wonderland adventures and twists it into a macabre retelling. Not for the faint of heart, Addison Cain creates an horrific world where nightmares frolic freely.