Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz, Vol. 03

Alice in the Country of Clover Cheshire Cat Waltz Vol Alice in the Country of Clover Chesire Cat Waltz continues the adventures of Alice as she goes deeper into Wonderland and focuses on her relationship with the Cheshire Cat Alice starts a shaky love a

  • Title: Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz, Vol. 03
  • Author: QuinRose Mamenosuke Fujimaru
  • ISBN: 9781935934936
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alice in the Country of Clover Chesire Cat Waltz continues the adventures of Alice as she goes deeper into Wonderland, and focuses on her relationship with the Cheshire Cat.Alice starts a shaky love affair with Boris, the Cheshire Cat She s happy with him, but still feels the pull of her own world When the White Rabbit gets involved, his true nature finally comes to ligAlice in the Country of Clover Chesire Cat Waltz continues the adventures of Alice as she goes deeper into Wonderland, and focuses on her relationship with the Cheshire Cat.Alice starts a shaky love affair with Boris, the Cheshire Cat She s happy with him, but still feels the pull of her own world When the White Rabbit gets involved, his true nature finally comes to light

    • Alice in the Country of Clover: Cheshire Cat Waltz, Vol. 03 by QuinRose Mamenosuke Fujimaru
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    Quinrose is a games company which is also responsible for the manga based on their games.

  • 119 Comments

  • Really liking the development of the main characters and it's interesting to see how Boris reacts to learning the truth of Alice's existence in Wonderland when she herself doesn't know.


  • 1. I love Boris Goodness the cat is so amazing! I can't even, like, begin to describe him. 2. I wish that Blood had been in it more I really like him, especially with what's happening between Boris and Alice. I really wished it wasn't happening by the way (below) 3. I don't like Alice. I don't like a lot of main female manga characters actually, so it's not because I'm jelly or anything. Well maybe a little, if sexy men were on me left and right I would feel -- damn specially \^.^/ However she [...]


  • this series, which includes Alice in The County of Hearts, has a weird psycho-sexual thing going on. and this volume specifically deals with the White Rabbit, and his connection to Alice as he being the key to unlocking the mystery that conflicts her, which, has still not been revealed to the reader, even at the end of Alice in The Country of Hearts. which was frustrating, and which led me to continue reading the spin offs. i do like the additional in the series, but sometimes, it feels like it' [...]



  • Alice is starting to go through the same memories of her older sister, making her question which world would she go to if she went through the door. Making her relationship with Boris strain without her knowing.(view spoiler)[In book two we end up with Alice falling down a hole. Turns out to be just a normal giant-ass hole. No teleporting. I am not surprised that Cheshire jumps in after her and saves her from the fall. Though he does get hurt which makes me sad since Boris is too aweosme to get [...]


  • First of all, Nightmare and Gray crack me up. Gray is a workaholic who is constantly getting after Nightmare for slacking off. And, since Nightmare is supposed to be running the Assembly, Gray's a bit justified in his complaints. Their dynamic of bickering is fun and a nice contrast to the emo-ness of the rest of the volume.For, we have Peter White questioning his role with Alice. He's the one that brought Alice to the Country of Hearts to begin with. He's always loved her and watched over her, [...]


  • This one was decidedly better than the previous two but is still missing something that Country of Hearts has. Maybe I just don't like this world? Alice was a little better in this one and perhaps it's because she's finally okay with being direct with Boris about her feelings for him. I should also take into account of Japan's culture and how indirect, polite, and anti-PDA it is. Seriously, even holding hands in public in Japan is like "whoaaa" so perhaps it's crass of me to call Alice a prude w [...]


  • Here we dive deeper into the world of clover, seeing a slightly more possessive side of Boris as his and Alice's relationship progresses. I can understand his actions. As he IS a boy and all the guys are always hanging on Alice. It's no wonder he'd get a bit clinging. But I wish he'd trust her more. It's like watching an actual cat. (A cat that pisses on everything to mark its territory.) it's mostly ok though. It's a good balance of slightly possessive, (but only because he's worried & inse [...]


  • Volume 3: We find there are lots of odd rules in Wonderland. Peter White is still attracted to Alice and Alice has basically become Boris' girlfriend. Nightmare wants Alice to stay in Wonderland while Peter becomes really jealous of Boris.Peter, by the way, usually speaks in rhyme. Alice and Boris have declared their love for each other. There's another side story, this one also related to Alice and Boris' relationship and how Alice is upset at his public displays of affection.This has gotten to [...]


  • Another Alice book, another review.(notice how it's usually a manga!)Anyway, again, I LOVED it!I mean, Boris was of course as amazing as ever but, hello? Nightmare?He's back!!!!!!Everyone bow down in front of him. He is back!!!!You do NOT know how awesome this is. The whole book, not just Nightmare. Though he does kick butt.This is mine, and only mine. You can not read it! I'm serious


  • I liked this volume more than the previous, although it was very confusing.Perhaps it is the translation from Japanese into English, but I felt that something was definitely lost in this volume. For instance, it made it seem as if Peter was Alice's sister, and I am almost certain that was not what the author was implying. Peter was also called 'Sunday Afternoon' several times. I have no idea what this means. I guess I will have to keep reading the series to figure it all out.


  • Another good volume in the Cheshire series so far. I'm kind of liking this one more and more. Maybe because Cheshire is one of my favorite Alice characters. Same in another series Pandora Hearts and this. Maybe because he's a mysterious character. This couple's kind of sweet. Weird a tiny bit but interesting.


  • I'll never understand how there are so many volumes dedicated to Boris. Don't get me wrong he use to be so adorable but now that's change and it kind of takes away from his attractiveness. The best thing about this edition is that you get to see something new about Peter. That's about it.


  • Aside from that the cat is my favorite boy character from this series (although Gray might put up a good fight when it's his turn), this volume actually moves the whole story forward and we find out some stuff about some of the characters that makes them much more interesting.


  • "I read the third volume and I love how having a relationship is being tackled. I just hoard the other volumes but still looking for the others."Read more: gypsyreads.tumblr/post/137




  • The romantic cuteness in this book is sooooooo sweet!!!!! And it shows some different sides of our favourite characters. <3






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