Hatter: Only the Best Are Mad...

The UnFairytales Saga Book 1

Young Adult - Fantasy - General
184 Pages
Reviewed on 04/09/2015
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Reviewed by Paige Allison for Readers' Favorite

Hatter: Only the Best are Mad (The UnFairytales Saga Book 1) by Rebecca Davis is spectacular and I wasn’t able to put it down. Its all about The Mad Hatter and Samantha Kingsley, two very different people living in completely different worlds. Once Sam accidentally finds her way to Wonderland, she is told she is The Mad Hatter's other half (soul mate) but there’s a catch – they only have two months to fall in love with each other otherwise The Mad Hatter disappears. Within this compelling tale, Sam gets sent back home and is then tricked into returning to Wonderland as she desperately longs for the man she has fallen in love with, only to get captured by a villain out for revenge. Hatter is the only person who can help her now. Will he be able to save Sam, and in return can Sam save the Hatter from the madness within himself? Or will Wonderland as they know it become darkness forevermore…?

I like how Rebecca Davis has taken a well known fairytale and made it into something completely different, yet still keeping its magical twist. It’s modern but it still has all the mad quirks from the Alice in Wonderland story; it’s easy to read and you feel like you become part of this book yourself. The Mad Hatter is one of my favourite characters of all time and it’s nice to see him get the life he deserved. I enjoyed the fact that Rebecca Davis put other characters from different fairy tales in there and it’s a very enjoyable, easy read that I highly recommend. I love the way Rebecca wrote the chapters, giving you different points of view from a number of characters rather than just focusing on one character’s side of the story. It really is a beautiful tale and I can’t wait to read more of her books in the future. She is very talented and this book is bound to make you a big fan.