Return to the dazzling world of The Looking Glass Wars as Wonderland is fantastically brought to life again by acclaimed Hollywood producer, Frank Beddor. Alyss of Wonderland's rule has only just begun, but the Queendom and her White Imagination are already under threat. Someone has resurrected... show more
Return to the dazzling world of The Looking Glass Wars as Wonderland is fantastically brought to life again by acclaimed Hollywood producer, Frank Beddor. Alyss of Wonderland's rule has only just begun, but the Queendom and her White Imagination are already under threat. Someone has resurrected the brutal Glass Eyes, and they are attacking Wonderland on all sides. Has renegade Redd Heart freed herself and her assassin Cat from the prism of the Heart Crystal? Can Alyss trust Boarderland's King Arch, as he extends a benevolent helping hand? A battle is raging but who is the enemy?
Publish date: 2007
Pages no: 385
Edition language: English
Series: The Looking Glass Wars (#2)
Don't get me wrong, I didn't hate this second installment in the Looking Glass Wars but I didn't find it as enthralling as many others did. It didn't make me want to find a sequel, but I don't refuse to read it if I happen on it. However, I didn't really care, the characters are so over the top, s...
Not as good as the first, but the unique world of Beddor's Alice in Wonderland re-imagining is absolutely worth a revisit. Some of the writing shows up as clunky now that the novelty of Looking Glass Wars has worn off, but it is utterly readable and again, unique and interesting enough to keep me in...
Full review also posted here on TotalTeenFictionWarning: This is the 2nd book in a series so possible spoilers from The Looking Glass Wars ahead!I really enjoyed the first book in this series so was excited to get into this one. Seeing Redd follows Queen Alyss as she adjusts to her life-changing new...
Not a bad sequel. The writing, while still not descriptive, was a bit better than The Looking Glass Wars. The plot was a little better, and the characters were a bit more fleshed out. All in all, not bad, but not really great either.
This is the second book in The Looking Glass wars series. I absolutely loved the first book, but this one was a little hard for me to read. I had to force myself to continue through the chapters. Seeing Redd follows Redd in her quest to gather forces in order to continue her fight against Alyss. ...
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