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Alice & Chess

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The only thing more terrifying than a fall down the rabbit hole...
Is the creature that follows you home.

When fantasy can no longer be fiction,
Wonderland becomes Lucidity.
This time there can be no escape home.

The fairy tale you thought you knew will become the nightmare you could never imagine.
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Published December 29th 2011
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Mireille Chester
Alright, so it's no secret that I'm a big fan of fairy tales with a twist. Make them dark and I'm in love. Alice and Chess? Yep, loved. If you're looking for your happy little girl in a blue dress lost in a beautiful world, you won't find that here. Want to know what happens to Wonderland? J.C. Noir does a fantastic job of taking us into a dismal new Wonderland with characters we've already fallen in love with. Yep, they're all here... Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, t ...more
I came across this when I was looking for Alice in wonderland releated books. It sounded good, a darker more adultish version so I bought it, it was slightly darker not as dark as I thought but still darker. It did have some adultish themes like violence, drugs but again it only touches on these subjects. The story line to this book seemed confusing at times but I also felt it was rushed and not enough time given for world or character building, in other words this book need to be longer.

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Alexia Purdy
This is an amazingly dark, fantastical cyberpunk take on the aftermath of the awesome tale of Alice and Wonderland. J.C. Noir creates a world gone wrong in place of the Wonderland we all know and love. A new universe now named Lucidity, which was created after Alice returned to her regular life and stemmed from her madness. We find Alice no longer a child but now older and suffering the effects of being labeled insane after no one believes her when she talks about Wonderland. One day in her dark ...more
Alice & Chess: Relics of Oz book 1 is written by JC Noir and published through Amazon. A short story at 32,813 words across 242 pages and is split into parts rather than chapters.

JC Noir lives in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania with his daughter. Under the name JC Noir he has also published Solace Through Tragedy: Origins of Oz book 1. A talented photographer JC spends his spare time often creating artwork both for fun and as book covers for himself and other authors.

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