Book Rankings: The “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland” series by Ayumi Kanou & Visualworks

Hello, fellow readers and writers! I hope all of you are reading your hearts out!

Today’s post is another book ranking post. This time, I’m switching my attention to some manga—namely, the “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland” series by Ayumi Kanou & Visualworks! I enjoyed reading the entire series, and I figured I might as well rank these three books and let you all know which ones I enjoyed best.

If you want to read my reviews for all three manga volumes, all you have to do is click on the hyperlinked titles below! Here are my rankings:

Cover of "I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 1" by Ayumi Kanou & Visual Works.
Cover of “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 1” by Ayumi Kanou & Visualworks.

3. “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 1” 

The only reason I ranked this at number 3 was because it was the beginning of the series. Worldbuilding was starting to get fleshed out, characters were introduced, and I had yet to see, as a reader, what kind of interesting plot points came next. The volume managed to introduce many characters and briefly give off backstories (though I was irked with two characters only having literally-one-page backstories) without any of it being too confusing, which I give props to the writers for.

Cover of "I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 3" by Ayumi Kanou *& Visual Works.
Cover of “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 3” by Ayumi Kanou *& Visualworks.

2. “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 3” 

I thought that this was a pretty good finale, considering that the trilogy itself is so short. There was ONE major plothole with Jabberwock’s plans post-encounter with Alice and Hatter as there seemed to be something involving him and Gryphon that got dropped, but otherwise I thought this was a nice way to wrap up the series.

Cover of "I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 2" by Ayumi Kanou & Visual Works.
Cover of “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 2” by Ayumi Kanou & Visualworks.

1. “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland, Volume 2” 

The second volume was clearly the best out of all three volumes. The plot made sense, progressing throughout the whole volume, but it gave a lot of time for characters to be further fleshed out individually, and with their general group dynamics. Some sideplots were resolved in this one, while new ones began. I also just found this book to be the most entertaining out of the three, hence why I ranked it as number one!

Those are all my book rankings for the entire “I Am Alice: Body Swap In Wonderland” series! Did you agree with the rankings? Would you change those rankings? Let me know in the comments below!


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