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A Blade So Black

The first time the Nightmares came, it nearly cost Alice her life. Now she's trained to battle monstrous creatures in the dark dream realm known as Wonderland with magic weapons and hardcore fighting skills. Yet even warriors have a curfew.Life in real-world Atlanta isn't always so simple, as Alice juggles an overprotective mom, a high-maintenance best friend, and a slipping GPA. Keeping the Nightmares at bay is turning into a full-time job. But when Alice's handsome and mysterious mentor is poisoned, she has to find the antidote by venturing deeper into Wonderland than shes ever gone before. And she'll need to use everything she's learned in both worlds to keep from losing her head . . . literally....

Title : A Blade So Black
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ISBN : 9781250153906
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 384 pages
Status : Available For Download
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A Blade So Black Reviews

  • Olivia-Savannah  Roach

    An Alice in Wonderland retelling with a black representation for Alice? I couldn’t resist – I had to have it! Combined with that cover, there was no way I wasn’t going to be able to read this one. I signed up for the tour straight away and don’t regret it at all. I breezed through this book this summer and I’m so happy to finally have read an Alice in Wonderland retelling that I liked. Because this one actually made sense!

    Having said that, I have to admit, the prologue did confuse me a little bi

  • Bridget Vollmer

    She's not getting my money

  • Erikka

    This was just bad. It throws you into a plot with no build up or explanation, the writing is clunky and cringe-inducing, and most of the characters have little to no development. I was so excited to read a take on Alice in Wonderland with a POC has the MC and, while this is ostensibly presented as that, it doesn't really have the qualities you expect from Alice in Wonderland. The setting is barely described, she doesn't spend enough time in Wonderland to make it work, and the majority of her tim ...more

  • Mireille Jacobs

    I want to thank all the people who pointed out the author's Twitter feed, and posted links to Tweets of hers where she expresses honest frustration with the racism of the YA genre. You've convinced me to read this book, where previously I might not have been that interested in it. Anyone who is the target of organized hate campaigns as she clearly is (what is this, high school??), and who still has the courage to speak truth to power, is brave enough to get my interest. And I'm also going to che ...more

  • Gin Jenny (Reading the End)

    "Racebent ass-kicking Alice in Wonderland" is an excellent set of words in an awesome order. Can't wait to get my hands on this one!!

  • Tere

    Y'all. This is the tiresome (and predictable) whiteness she was talking about. "What happened to her?" people keep asking. Well, she had to grow up in a country that values the mediocre contributions of white people in arts and entertainment—and the rest of life—over the amazing contributions of people of color. If you're really not racist, then you're not the white people she's (rightly) venting about, so pat yourself on the back and try to keep being one of the good ones.

    Honestly, I question

  • Heidi Heilig

    I cannot wait for this book.

  • Tanya Tate

    A couple reasons why I'll probably not going to read this.

    1. I'm not a big Alice in Wonderland fan so it's already doesn't interest me.

    2. The author called out a book on whitewashing Mulan( which yeah good for you here's a cookie) but at the same token is pretty much using the fact that Alice is black in her retelling as the ONLY selling point of her story.....Yay Alice is black but what else? What else about her is going to make me interested in reading her story since I'm already not a big f