This is book number 2 in the Queen of Hearts series.
Revolution is rising in Wonderland. Dinah’s battle has begun.
Colleen Oakes’s twisted reimagining of the Queen of Hearts origin story continues in this thrilling sequel, Blood of Wonderland.
Dinah has been exiled from Wonderland. The vicious father she always feared has framed her for the brutal murder of her brother and turned the kingdom against her.
Now hiding in the lush and mysterious Twisted Wood with only her war steed at her side, Dinah is faced with a choice—to leave Wonderland forever, or stay and fight her father for the throne.
When a chance encounter with one of her father’s long-lost enemies brings Dinah more allies than she ever could have imagined, war starts to feel inevitable. But before Dinah can lead her people into combat, she must confront certain truths about her heart and her destiny—no matter how dark those truths may be.
Don’t miss War of the Cards, the epic conclusion to the Queen of Hearts trilogy.
Colleen Oakes is the bestselling author of books for both teens and adults, including the Queen of Hearts trilogy and the Wendy Darling saga. She lives in North Denver with her husband and son and surrounds herself with the most lovely family and friends imaginable. When not penning new books, Colleen can be found swimming, traveling, reading, or advocating for adoption and literacy. Visit her at www.colleenoakes.com.
“Oakes knows just the right notes to hit to hook readers and make them beg for more.” — Booklist
Praise for Queen of Hearts: “Oakes continues to weave literary magic as she pulls you down the rabbit hole into a Wonderland like you’ve never read before.” — New York Times bestselling author Chanda Hahn
Praise for Queen of Hearts: “Fans of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland will enjoy the twists Oakes gives to familiar characters. Heart-stopping action makes the pages fly, and Dinah’s struggle to stay true to herself amid impossible expectations resonates.” — Publishers Weekly
Praise for Queen of Hearts: “This latest in fairy tales retold makes the classic villain less villainous by showing her tenderhearted backstory.” — Booklist
Praise for Queen of Hearts: “Every good villain deserves an origin story, and Oakes offers a fascinating glimpse into the mad queen’s complex and heartbreaking past. The novel offers some wonderful reinventions of Carroll’s classic, and fans of Alice’s more sinister elements will appreciate Oakes’ macabre touches.” — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books