Two all-time classic stories brought together in a single book, written by English author Lewis Carroll. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, commonly referred to as Alice in Wonderland is a tale of a young girl who falls down a large rabbit hole and finds herself in a fantasy world filled with every kind of creature imaginable including the White Rabbit, the Caterpillar and the King of Hearts!
Through the Looking Glass follows a similar tale as Alice enters another world of fantasy as she climbs through a mirror which she can see more than her reflection. Some of the more popular characters from this book include Humpty Dumpty, Bandersnatch, and the Red King.
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Jen Rhodes delivered this book with an intention to completely leave the listeners captivated to this eventful story. The characters were crafted uniquely and Rhodes made each one of them shine in their roles. The adventures, suspense and climax are magical. A classic story that goes by in a flash! A must listen!
- Janio Jackson
I would say that it's a kooky, dreamlike state of a novel that helps enrich and encourage your own creativity as you imagine the scenes that Carroll describes.
It may seem bizarre, but I would almost compare it to some of the Greek mythology simply because of the craziness behind the characters and situation. While Alice's story is much more light hearted (most of the time) it possesses the same extremely creative creatures and landscape.
She's an extremely talented narrator who adds depth and personality to each character.
I didn't really find it to be a moving story. It was more entertaining and almost comical.
While I grew up hearing the story of Alice in Wonderland, I realized in college that I had never actually read the entire book and that there were multiple sections that had been completely left out of the versions I’d heard. So I’d placed it on my “To Read” list for some future date. Unfortunately with a toddler son, it’s practically impossible to find time to sit down and read.
A friend of mine recommended this version to me. I was able to listen to the full story of Alice Through the Looking Glass while still taking care of my son. And I was not disappointed. There were so many parts that I had no idea existed!
The quality is fantastic and the narrator is clear toned, easy to understand, and throws in her own charming personality into the characters. I very much enjoyed this audio version of the story and highly recommend it.