In Through the Looking Glass, the novel that follows, Alice enters Looking-Glass World, which is the exact mirror copy of her world, except it is all backwards. More obstacles face her as she attempts to navigate this new land, which is set up to model a chessboard that she must play her way across in order to return home. The question that lingers at the end of both novels is whether or not all of her experiences were a mere figment of her imagination, a simple dream that felt real, or did these events in fact take place?
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By Spike on 25-01-16
Would you consider the audio edition of Alice In Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass to be better than the print version?
if Ben Lawson narrated every audiobook on Audible, I would buy every audiobook on Audible
I bought Oliver Twist after listening to the Alice series and the man is a master of voices. And he certainly is working with some top shelf talent
Have you listened to any of Ben Lawson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I would listen to anything he narrated.
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By Dr Cory Ann Imhof on 15-12-15
always a weird book but I'm glad I read it. lots of great little moments in this story that reminded me of childhood.
10 of 13 people found this review helpful