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Alice in Murderland, Vol. 1

Alice in Murderland Vol Now Let the Mad Tea Party begin The Kuonji clan owner of one of the world s top conglomerates has a tradition Once a month family members attend a Mad Tea Party But at the latest gathering the nin

  • Title: Alice in Murderland, Vol. 1
  • Author: Kaori Yuki
  • ISBN: 9780316342124
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Now Let the Mad Tea Party begin The Kuonji clan, owner of one of the world s top conglomerates, has a tradition Once a month, family members attend a Mad Tea Party But at the latest gathering, the nine Kuonji siblings in attendance are shocked to hear a pronouncement issue from the lips of their mother, Olga I d like you children to now fight one another to the deaNow Let the Mad Tea Party begin The Kuonji clan, owner of one of the world s top conglomerates, has a tradition Once a month, family members attend a Mad Tea Party But at the latest gathering, the nine Kuonji siblings in attendance are shocked to hear a pronouncement issue from the lips of their mother, Olga I d like you children to now fight one another to the death As chaos erupts, Stella, the fourth daughter, loses all reason, and suddenly a whole new Stella, complete with blonde hair and blue dress, comes out to play

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    1. Alice in Murderland vol. 1 is a nice, exciting opener for Kaori Yuki's new fantasy series.The story takes place in the modern day Japan, the heroine (named Stella in this English translation) is the adopted daughter of the most powerful and wealthy family in Japan; but she has difficulty remembering her own childhood. One day, during the Tea Party holds at her beloved older brother Zeno's 19 years old birthday, their mother (view spoiler)[the Red Queen, and by the way their father is the Mad Hat [...]

    2. YOU GUYS HAVE NO IDEA HOW EXCITED I AM ABOUT THIS.EDIT (12/17/14): Reading the original JP edition now. It took all of my willpower not to automatically buy the first two volumes (volume 2 just came out).EDIT (12/23/14): Done with this volume. DEFINITELY one of my fave picks for 2014! review to come!

    3. So this manga starts off with a huge murder scene that makes no sense until later in the volume. Then we cut to our main character; Stella, in a classroom. She asks to leave suddenly because she had a family tea party to attend, one they have every month. Her classmates chalk it up to her being from the famous Kuonji family. They assume it's what all rich people do. This tea party is special though, it's her eldest and favorite brother's nineteenth birthday. Their mother drops a huge bomb on the [...]

    4. Nachdem ich die letzten beiden Werke von Kaori Yuki zwar ganz gut, aber nicht großartig fand, war dieser Beginn einer neuen Reihe eine gelungene Überraschung! Verrückte Charaktere, interessante Ideen und diverse Rätsel bilden einen Grundstein, der hoffentich weiterhin so gut umgesetzt wird!

    5. What do you get when you mix Alice in Wonderland, the Hunger Games and manga together? Alice in Murderland. At first it came off as a really interesting if not completely psychotic story. The title says it all so you know there will be death and violence in this series. That being said the story drops you off right in the middle. There is little to no hand holding for the reader, no world building or character introductions. Within the first few pages I began to wonder why Stella was a worthy ma [...]

    6. Imagine Stella Kuonji's reaction when she shows up to her family's monthly Mad Tea Party, and her mother suddenly announces that she and her 8 other siblings now have to fight one another to the death? Eh, close enough.Reading the first part of the book, I couldn't help but thinkIt was quite confusing at first because all of this information was dumped onto you all at once. Stella's psycho mother, who sees herself as the Red Queen, suddenly dumps her "children" into this underground forest, and [...]

    7. So let me start off by saying that Kaori Yuki is my favorite mangaka hands down. I love everything she's written and I've never found a mangaka that inspires me and takes me on an emotional roller coaster in as many ways as Kaori Yuki does. So when I saw that she had a new series and that it was coming to the USA I was dying from excitement. After finally having it in my hands, I can promise you it does not disappoint. While this isn't my favorite story from Kaori Yuki, it's definitely a fantast [...]

    8. Was für ein geiler Auftakt einer neuen Serie von Kaori Yuki! Kann gar nicht aufhören davon zu schwärmen! *____*

    9. That was kind of . . . traumatizing. I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting when I picked this up at the library. And I *love* Alice retellings, but what the hell did I just read?

    10. Battle Royale meets Alice in Wonderland meets.Kill Bill? It sounds awesome, but it just felt confused. There was just too much going on at once and the whole plot feels a little convoluted. Rich psycho family, but then there are all these Wonderland references that seems out of place. Plus what is with all the incestual overtones?Weirdeven for Manga

    11. It was okay. Lumayan mengobati kekangenan, meski nggak se-mind blowing Angel Sanctuary, atau selucu Ludwig Revolution. Tapi tetap masih khas Yuki Kaori dengan segala twisted fairy-tale-nya. Yah, ditunggu aja seri selanjutnya. Btw, saya baru sadar kalau beliau nggak pernah membuat karakter orangtua yang waras. Semuanya lunatics :)

    12. Kaori yuki ! Je ne me suis pas rendu compte que c était cette mangaka avant de commencer ma lecture ! Quel délice ! Je retrouve tout les éléments que j aime ! J'ai hâte de lire le tome 2

    13. I think this series is a good series. Definitely recommend to people who loves mystery and a bit of romance.

    14. This is a review for Alice in Murderland by Kaori Yuki. I gave this book ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5 stars, I loved itStella and her eight siblings have all been adopted by the incredibly wealthy and powerful Kuonji family. One of their traditions is a monthly "Mad Tea Party" where every sibling must attend. At this Mad Tea Party their mother makes a strange announcement "I'd like you children to now fight one another to the death." Chaos erupts, shots are fired, Stella falls into a pit and everyone s [...]

    15. (3.5/5) I will read anything to do with "Wonderland" and although this has nothing to do with Wonderland, it involves various characters inspired by Lewis Carroll's classic tale. Plus gun and machete wielding fictional characters are definitely a well welcomed twist.

    16. Heads up, I am probably bias on this review/book, because I absolutely love darkness, and spin offs of things like Alice in Wonderland. I love this series, although slightly frustrated at how long it takes for the next book to come out! It’s a really dark story, nothing you would really expect from a spin-off of Alice in Wonderland. Essentially the family is pitted against one another, like battle royale style, but with magic, psychological spins, and real bloodshed. I am still awaiting book 6 [...]

    17. ~3.5/5The Kuonji family is wealthy and held high in society. They’re a big family, the parents whom have adopted a lot of kids after a tragedy. And they have a tea part every month, which every member has to attend. But at the newest gathering, the parents announce that the kids are going to have to participate in a battle to the death, until only the rightful heir remains. Because they’re some kind of vampire creatures, and this is tradition.I really, really wanted to love this volume. I me [...]

    18. I thoroughly enjoyed this. I'm a big fan of Alice in any form she takes. Will definitely be picking up the next one.

    19. On the first of every month, the nine Kuonji siblings must attend a mad tea party, it's a family tradition. But this time is different. This time their parents expect them to fight to the death until only one remains to claim the Kuonji wealth and power.Well aren't you a twisted beauty. The Kuonji family is made of up all adopted children who have been tested to have strong enough blood to continue the Kuonji name. They're dropped into an arena and expected to kill each other within the next yea [...]

    20. I had mixed feelings with this manga all the way through. At first it was confusing then as I went on it became gripping and I started to feel invested in the characters. There's tons of twists and turns and at times it seems that the writer has too many ideas that they wanted to add to the first volume. I liked certain parts and others seemed misplaced. And the ending was over the top in my opinion. I'll read the next issue but not in a hurry. Too bad I originally thought I was gonna give it a [...]

    21. 3 out of 5 starsA bit confusing at the beginning (not because I read the german edition) because of all the information and back stories. It felt rushed sometimes. I had to reread some of the pages for me to fully understand it. Overall, I enjoyed reading this one. It's bloody and the characters are fun and crazy. I cannot say that the idea is unique because it's somehow reminds me of The Hunger Games except that the ones who are competing are siblings. I like how the author used the elements fr [...]

    22. Hace mucho que no leía algo nuevo de Kaori Yuki, si bien "Alice in Murderland" no se compara con Angel Sanctuary o Count Cain/Goodchild en relación historia - dibujo, este ultimo lo encuentro algo "minimalista" en comparación con sus anteriores trabajos, no decepciona a los fans de hueso colorado de la mangaka, para ser el primer tomo me ha gustado y mucho a pesar de lo simple y "battleroyescal" que puede parecer la historia en un principio, mucho tiene que ver el personaje Tsuki que encuentr [...]

    23. Kaoru Yuki once again does that thing she does so well - combine fairy tale elements with gorgeous art and unbelievably bloody violence! and somehow it was just really boring.Oh look, this outrageously rich family has "family tea parties" monthly and all the many kids are actually adopted, oh and BTW, lets have a massive "Battle Royale" now as the 'children' are given a year to murder each other to see who will inherit the vast family fortuneMaybe if encountered this series 5 years ago before g [...]

    24. What is this, I don't evenI can't tell of I'm dumb or if the plot is stupidly confusing, but it's hard to follow, and I don't know what to make of this mismash of ideas. Seriously, the preview for the next one revealed a whole lot of what happened in the volume. I like how fucked up Kaori Yuki is (ie blood play, incest, good ole murder), but dang, I don'f know what to make of this at all. I think I'm going to hit up her older works.

    25. Alice in Murderland was a very interesting manga, to say the least. The beginning was a little hectic and confusing, but it made more sense after rereading the intro. The story isn't at all what I expected, but it is Damn good nonetheless! The author/artist did a great job making the characters all feel different and making the world a dark and lovely looking place. I definitely can't wait to see where the series goes!

    26. I picked this up because the title piqued my interest. This just plopped you into the action, with scattered bits o' info supplied just when I had a "wtf is going on" moment. Seems a little Battle Royale-ish, which I don't mind. Not the greatest manga, but since I checked out vols 1-3 from the library I don't have monetary investment, meh. I'll stick it out and see where this goes

    27. Alice in murder land is a good book. I would not say it is my love of my life. That's all I really have on it. I mean I love how the characters are nuts, and they start to murder each other. My favorite is Alice. She has this two personality, one nice and cheerful, the other one just want to murder people

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