Can we just appreciate the cuteness of this post?
Stuff in my life:
1. I bought concealer and it's beautiful ( It's Shiseido)
2. I BRAVED OXFORD STREET IN TOURIST WORLD
So, reviewing Queen of Hearts 2:
An Exiled Princess. An Ancient Tribe. A Dangerous Stranger with Unknown Loyalties.
Dinah, the former Princess of Wonderland Palace, has been chased into the wilds of Wonderland after the brutal murder of her brother and the ruin of her impending crown. Now, as her half-sister Vittiore sits on the throne beside her Father, the brutal King of Hearts, Dinah finds herself alone in the forbidding Twisted Wood with only Morte, a homicidal beast, for company.
Hunted by the King and his army of Cards, Dinah struggles to evade those who long for her head, including Cheshire, the King’s clever advisor, who is slowly tightening his grasp around her. Spurred on by her rising terror, the former Princess finds herself at the center of a web of conspiracy reaching far beyond the Palace and deep into the mysterious Yurkei mountain tribes. Even with the balance of an entire Kingdom at stake, Dinah knows something that her allies and enemies do not: that the most dangerous conflict of all has already begun as she battles the enticing rage that beckons her ever closer as love slips further from her grasp.
The second book in the bestselling and award-winning Queen of Hearts Saga, The Wonder takes readers back to the most wondrous and curious places in Wonderland, and continues this darkly addictive tale featuring one of the most infamous villains of all time.
But be warned…not every fairy tale has a happy ending. This is the story of a princess who became a villain.
Phew! So my little review:
This book was incredibly fast paced, however I found that I did have to buy the first one to catch up. Dinah irritates me as a character, however I was impressed with the reality of her being a teenager- here's to more realistic teenagers!
I thought that sometimes though, she need to have a moment to step back and look at the bigger picture.