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BOOK REVIEW: Heartless by Marissa Meyer

"When pleased, I beat like a drum. When sad, I break like glass. Once stolen, I can never be taken back. What am I?" - Hatta
The answer to the riddle is a heart and this is a story about how Catherine aka the Queen of Hearts became heartless. A fairy tale retelling of a classic villain from Alice in Wonderland before her dreams and love were taken from her.
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