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Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books have delighted readers across the globe for over a hundred years. Alice in Wonderland Collection – All Four Books presents the two most famous Alice books – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass – as well as the Alice-related Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books have delighted readers across the globe for over a hundred years. Alice in Wonderland Collection – All Four Books presents the two most famous Alice books – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass – as well as the Alice-related fantasy verse The Hunting of the Snark and, for Alice aficionados, a digitized copy of Alice’s Adventures Underground, the shorter, original Alice in Wonderland manuscript which Carroll wrote for his friends and family before they encouraged him to expand the book and send it to a publisher. Also included in this collection Audiobooks Link 'Alice in Wonderland,' Alice Through the Looking Glass'


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Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books have delighted readers across the globe for over a hundred years. Alice in Wonderland Collection – All Four Books presents the two most famous Alice books – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass – as well as the Alice-related Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books have delighted readers across the globe for over a hundred years. Alice in Wonderland Collection – All Four Books presents the two most famous Alice books – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass – as well as the Alice-related fantasy verse The Hunting of the Snark and, for Alice aficionados, a digitized copy of Alice’s Adventures Underground, the shorter, original Alice in Wonderland manuscript which Carroll wrote for his friends and family before they encouraged him to expand the book and send it to a publisher. Also included in this collection Audiobooks Link 'Alice in Wonderland,' Alice Through the Looking Glass'

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Madeline

    It's hard to chose a rating when you read a collection of stories in one book. 5 Stars for Alice in Wonderland. 3 Stars Through the Looking Glass: the chapters seemed so disjointed and unrelated. Definitely not as interesting as Alice in Wonderland, either. I think I only really enjoyed the chapter with the Queens. 2 Stars Alice's Adventures Underground: it's not really a story, more like an outline for Alice in a Wonderland. 2 Stars Hunting of the Snark. 3 Stars for the average. Lewis Carroll s It's hard to chose a rating when you read a collection of stories in one book. 5 Stars for Alice in Wonderland. 3 Stars Through the Looking Glass: the chapters seemed so disjointed and unrelated. Definitely not as interesting as Alice in Wonderland, either. I think I only really enjoyed the chapter with the Queens. 2 Stars Alice's Adventures Underground: it's not really a story, more like an outline for Alice in a Wonderland. 2 Stars Hunting of the Snark. 3 Stars for the average. Lewis Carroll should have stopped after Alice's first adventure and burned the rest.

  2. 5 out of 5

    aPriL does feral sometimes

    This Kindle ebook edition of all of the books that Lewis Carroll wrote for Alice contains: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There Alice’s Adventures Under Ground The Nursery “Alice” The Hunting of the Snark Do not worry, gentle reader! I have perversely decided on no spoilers in this review, despite that almost everybody has seen a movie version of these books! The plots are a little dull to describe for adults anyway except for those of us who immediate This Kindle ebook edition of all of the books that Lewis Carroll wrote for Alice contains: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There Alice’s Adventures Under Ground The Nursery “Alice” The Hunting of the Snark Do not worry, gentle reader! I have perversely decided on no spoilers in this review, despite that almost everybody has seen a movie version of these books! The plots are a little dull to describe for adults anyway except for those of us who immediately become prostrate with nostalgia. I think from the point of view of children, though, the novels are fantastically fun and seemingly lacking in anything moral to learn. Indeed, the author makes a point to prove education is nonsensical several times! Quite a relief, I think, for today's highly helicoptered and hoovered kids. I thought this Kindle ebook a terrific edition as many of the original drawings - both by the legendary John Tenniel, Henry Holiday and also those by Lewis Carroll himself (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) have been wonderfully reproduced. It also includes a chapter, 'The Wasp in a Wig', which has been cut from the regularly published books. 'The Nursery "Alice" is a regurgitated version of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' written by Carroll for toddlers, and in my opinion, it totally sucks. The gorgeous and hilarious poem about a Snark hunt is a delight! I had no idea for most of my life Great Literature college students and adults with Ph.D.'s were and are busy trying to read between the lines for 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', seeing adult literary jokes, political agendas and insults against real-life people hidden in the text. There have been hundreds of books written analyzing Carroll's novels and life. My generation (baby boomers) re-interpreted the novel 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' in drug metaphors as young adults, even though all it is actually is an entertaining fantasy written first in 1862 for the entertainment of children. Many movies have been made of it although most do not exactly follow the plot of the book. I remember seeing a black and white 1933 movie version of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' starring Charlotte Henry ( http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/62... ) on Saturday TV which I absolutely adored. In my memory, this particular movie follows the books almost exactly. 'Alice's Adventures Under Ground' is the first version written privately for Alice alone to see when she was seven years old, illustrated by Lewis Carroll himself. Later, an edited and more professionally illustrated version was published, 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', which is the one I first read myself as a pubescent teen (I saw the 1933 movie first on TV when I was in elementary school before reading the book). Below is a link to a baby boomer favorite, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers video song about Alice. https://youtu.be/h0JvF9vpqx8 This link is to the supposedly first ever Alice movie: https://youtu.be/zeIXfdogJbA Here is a link to a completed list of every 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' movie ever made. https://www.pastemagazine.com/article...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Suchona Hasnat

    When everyone was writing stories with morals for children, Carroll wrote about nonsensical wonderland to make us believe, stories are stories. To be good, it doesn't need to contain some definite moral. But is it really just nonsensical or it too has some deeper meaning? Well, if you ask me, then yes it does. But let's talk about the origin of the story first. He was studying mathematics at Christ Church, when he first met Alice liddell, a four year old little girl, daughter of dean. They became When everyone was writing stories with morals for children, Carroll wrote about nonsensical wonderland to make us believe, stories are stories. To be good, it doesn't need to contain some definite moral. But is it really just nonsensical or it too has some deeper meaning? Well, if you ask me, then yes it does. But let's talk about the origin of the story first. He was studying mathematics at Christ Church, when he first met Alice liddell, a four year old little girl, daughter of dean. They became friends. And at one of their boat trip, Carroll first narrated the story to Alice and her two sisters. Remember the treacle and 3 sisters living down there? Yes, those 3 sisters were alice and her sisters. Carroll was witty but funny too. The made up story that he later wrote down and illustrated himself to give Alice as birthday present was first named "Alice in underground". Funny thing is the famous mad hatter tea party wasn't included in this manuscript. Later when he published the book, it was named "Alice's Adventure in wonderland" The book that inspired so many writing, so many painting, movies and so many scholars is fantasy at it's best. It's chaotic but with a more deeper meaning. On surface it's just a story of girl who falls asleep and dreams of a fantastical world. But if you look closely you see mad hatter was a social commentary to the hat making industry and the mercury poisoning and it effects. Queen of heart is the commentary on our hysterical act out of fear. This book is a journey to wisdom through innocence. It tells us, if we follow our curiosity, like Alice followed white rabbit, we will discover our very own wonderland. . Now some honest opinion, as much as I value the thoughts behind this book, this book was a bit too much for me. It was chaos at it's best.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vampire-lk

    Enjoyed listening to this audiobook!! Seen all the film adaptations!!!! It is a re-read from my childhood, but always enjoy it!!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

    I thought that I wouldn't like this book for the same reason I didn't really like Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland movie - it tried to make up for actual humour with plain weirdness. However, I really enjoyed the original Alice books, because of the layered conversations Alice has with the creatures, and all the wordplay that goes on within these conversations. If there's one thing I didn't like, it was how anticlimactic the endings were. (view spoiler)[Instead of building up to a battle or a fi I thought that I wouldn't like this book for the same reason I didn't really like Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland movie - it tried to make up for actual humour with plain weirdness. However, I really enjoyed the original Alice books, because of the layered conversations Alice has with the creatures, and all the wordplay that goes on within these conversations. If there's one thing I didn't like, it was how anticlimactic the endings were. (view spoiler)[Instead of building up to a battle or a final destination for Alice to get to, each story ended with a random transition back to Alice's real world that wasn't triggered by anything going on in Wonderland. (hide spoiler)]

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Marie

    Complete Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Leah Moore, John Reppion, & Erica Awano 2.5 stars I do enjoy the tale of Alice in Wonderland. The Disney movie was one of my favorite growing up. It was so fantastic and far out there with all the talk of unbirthdays, singing flowers, oyster eating, and maniacal laughter. I've always been heavily influenced by the tale. I have only read Alice in Wonderland so Through the Looking Glass is a new tale for me, one I think that I'd prefer to have read phys Complete Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Leah Moore, John Reppion, & Erica Awano 2.5 stars I do enjoy the tale of Alice in Wonderland. The Disney movie was one of my favorite growing up. It was so fantastic and far out there with all the talk of unbirthdays, singing flowers, oyster eating, and maniacal laughter. I've always been heavily influenced by the tale. I have only read Alice in Wonderland so Through the Looking Glass is a new tale for me, one I think that I'd prefer to have read physically without illustrations. I liked the adaptation and the ideas behind a good bit of art work, but I also didn't like the art work or the coloring. It looked faded out and none if it was really captivating. I didn't find that this graphic novel was a completely astonishing adaptation. The story of Alice is so whimsical and the artwork in this edition felt washed out and unimaginative in comparison. Art Scale: 2 I do like both Alice stories and it was really interesting reading Through the Looking Glass for the first time. I'm just not in love with the stories. I think they are fun and cute, but they aren't stories that I find particularly lasting. To be honest, if it wasn't for the Disney films nothing about Alice would be ingrained in my mind except the beginning with the rabbit and falling down a hole. Plotastic Scale: 3 Cover Thoughts: It's a cute cover, but again nothing impressionable about the art. Thank you, Netgalley and Dynamite Entertainment for providing me with a copy of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Wickham

    That was one of the strangest books I have ever read! Ratings: Alice In Wonderland - 3.5/5, Decided to listen to this one on audio as I thought it would make more sense as I was struggling to follow the story properly when reading. I was still a bit confused though, but it was still enjoyable reading the original story. Through The Looking Glass - 4/5, I seemed to be able to follow this one a lot easier so just read this instead of listening to the audio. Some of the story still did not make sense That was one of the strangest books I have ever read! Ratings: Alice In Wonderland - 3.5/5, Decided to listen to this one on audio as I thought it would make more sense as I was struggling to follow the story properly when reading. I was still a bit confused though, but it was still enjoyable reading the original story. Through The Looking Glass - 4/5, I seemed to be able to follow this one a lot easier so just read this instead of listening to the audio. Some of the story still did not make sense, but that's the point right? However, I am definitely glad I read this, I don't normally read classic/old type books, I probably should though :)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    To be fair, I'm pretty much always reading this book. I have a slight Lewis Carroll obsession. I actually tracked down his original Alice drawings the other day, pretty awesome! Still love the Tenniel drawings though. I will read bits of this book when I'm stressed or sad, or trying to remember a quote. Other parts I've memorized and torture my students with at random. This book always has something new for me. For as long as I live, Wonderland will always be my favorite playground. To be fair, I'm pretty much always reading this book. I have a slight Lewis Carroll obsession. I actually tracked down his original Alice drawings the other day, pretty awesome! Still love the Tenniel drawings though. I will read bits of this book when I'm stressed or sad, or trying to remember a quote. Other parts I've memorized and torture my students with at random. This book always has something new for me. For as long as I live, Wonderland will always be my favorite playground.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nagisa Furukawa

    By giving it 2 stars for "it was ok", I'm not saying that this book was bad or anything, I'm just saying that as an individual I did not enjoy reading any of the stories. Yes, when you read all the articles written on this book (these stories) you'll see how wonderful and beyond imagination it was (or still is). But as a story? Not so much. I was actually bored all through the book. Alice wasn't a likable character, and her adventures were more annoying. That's just me though. By giving it 2 stars for "it was ok", I'm not saying that this book was bad or anything, I'm just saying that as an individual I did not enjoy reading any of the stories. Yes, when you read all the articles written on this book (these stories) you'll see how wonderful and beyond imagination it was (or still is). But as a story? Not so much. I was actually bored all through the book. Alice wasn't a likable character, and her adventures were more annoying. That's just me though.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin

    2016 Reading Challenge: #1 A book at least 100 years older than you. This was a beautiful edition but sorry, I just don't get the idea of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, maybe I'm stupid or I don't know, but I don't like this silly stories. I'm sure Lewis Carroll fell in love with a kid (pedophilia). Sorry bad joke, but really guys think about it. 2016 Reading Challenge: #1 A book at least 100 years older than you. This was a beautiful edition but sorry, I just don't get the idea of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, maybe I'm stupid or I don't know, but I don't like this silly stories. I'm sure Lewis Carroll fell in love with a kid (pedophilia). Sorry bad joke, but really guys think about it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    A pleasure to read and re-read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    asmaa🌻

    4.5/5 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laranna Knight

    One of my faves as a kid. Never did have kids of my own sadly so couldnt pass it on

  14. 5 out of 5

    Steve Bouchard

    I don't think I've ever read the entire stories of "Alice in Wonderland" or "Though the Looking Glass," so this compendium was a treat to find. It would be presumptuous of me to critique the stories themselves, so instead I'll center on the presentation of this Kindle edition. In a word: Complete. Not only does the collection contain "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Though the Looking-Glass...," but it also contains: a deleted chapter; the original text of the story written for the real Al I don't think I've ever read the entire stories of "Alice in Wonderland" or "Though the Looking Glass," so this compendium was a treat to find. It would be presumptuous of me to critique the stories themselves, so instead I'll center on the presentation of this Kindle edition. In a word: Complete. Not only does the collection contain "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Though the Looking-Glass...," but it also contains: a deleted chapter; the original text of the story written for the real Alice, before it was revised for publication; Carroll's "Nursery Alice," which he revised for much younger children; and "The Hunting of the Snark," a long poem with some relationship to the Wonderland universe. There's also a glossary of terms, a bibliography of reference material, and the editor's own reflections on each of the edition's offerings and how they relate to Carroll's life and times. So, yes, this is as complete as you can get without getting all scholarly and stuffy. The editor (or compiler?) Mr. Kelly does a great job of translating as much as possible into the Kindle format, including original black and white artwork from the books. While the kindle edition can't support the color pictures from the Nursary version, Mr. Kelly provides links to find these. There are a couple of places where the original presentation cannot be duplicated--such as the circling text of the dormouse's tail--while the ommission of the format is apologetically noted, it would have been nice to get a scan of the original book page as an addition to the text. Other than that, it's a great compilation, including Mr. Kelly's incites into each chapter to give the strange stories some context. It's clear this was a labor of love. Five Stars is based on the format, and an understanding of its limitations. The only thing better would be to have a physical copy of this (complete with missing color illustrations and special text formatting).

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    Now I get media references, woo! I loved the story. It was quirky and there was a lot of word play. I wonder if Douglass Adams got his inspiration from Alice? I understand now that the Queen of Hearts is different from the Red Queen, which I was lead to believe that they were the same queen. Alice is a curious little girl (Not a young adult or teenager as sometimes portrayed in media) that easily gets frustrated. This is because many she meets berate and scold her for what she says or thinks. In Now I get media references, woo! I loved the story. It was quirky and there was a lot of word play. I wonder if Douglass Adams got his inspiration from Alice? I understand now that the Queen of Hearts is different from the Red Queen, which I was lead to believe that they were the same queen. Alice is a curious little girl (Not a young adult or teenager as sometimes portrayed in media) that easily gets frustrated. This is because many she meets berate and scold her for what she says or thinks. In all of her struggles, she is always clever enough to find a solution. I liked the illustrations and after the book there was some nice audio addition surprises that were included! (I will be very much so listening to them on long car rides, which insists that the ride itself is long, not the car.) I think I am clever, but not as clever as Carroll himself. If you would like to remember what your childlike imagination once was, love the idea of Wonderland, and/or want to get social references, read this book. This was a great edition, the only note I would like to point out is that Alice's Adventures Under Ground in not a separate story, it is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland without the pictures, and the chapters are combined. A great collection.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Natalía Papadopoúlou

    Trippy with double meanings ;) This collection of books said that will take about 4 hours to read. I’ve been stopping every now and then to think and google of the meaning behind the lines. You see, Alice is a small girl that grows up and the famous story of her being in wonderland is just her understanding so far about the adults’ world and what is happening to her while growing up. What I didn’t think of while reading it is that “For Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, there is no direction to th Trippy with double meanings ;) This collection of books said that will take about 4 hours to read. I’ve been stopping every now and then to think and google of the meaning behind the lines. You see, Alice is a small girl that grows up and the famous story of her being in wonderland is just her understanding so far about the adults’ world and what is happening to her while growing up. What I didn’t think of while reading it is that “For Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, there is no direction to the story and one could almost place the chapters in any sequence and the story would still make sense” in contrast to through the looking glass where it’s written with the specific direction for Alice to become the queen. I couldn’t quite follow the story with the shark, and the final book (Alice underground) is what would later be published as Alice in Wonderland. Definitely recommended for some imagination boost :)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is one of my all time favorite books! I hate to say Through the Looking Glass just isn't a favorite of mine and that is why I had to take one star away. Alice's Adventures Underground seems to be just a shortened version of the first book so I am glad he chose to add more! The Hunting of the Snark was actually pretty entertaining after I read it a few times and kinda understood what was going on! Love the world of Wonderland! Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is one of my all time favorite books! I hate to say Through the Looking Glass just isn't a favorite of mine and that is why I had to take one star away. Alice's Adventures Underground seems to be just a shortened version of the first book so I am glad he chose to add more! The Hunting of the Snark was actually pretty entertaining after I read it a few times and kinda understood what was going on! Love the world of Wonderland!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Brett Ashton

    I know a lot of people just love Alice in Wonderland and I'm certain I'm going to stand out as the oddball as far as that goes but I have to say that I just couldn't finish it. There is no existing sense of a plot at all. Just random and nonsensical dream after dream. I'll give it two stars just for the sake of creative imagination though. I know a lot of people just love Alice in Wonderland and I'm certain I'm going to stand out as the oddball as far as that goes but I have to say that I just couldn't finish it. There is no existing sense of a plot at all. Just random and nonsensical dream after dream. I'll give it two stars just for the sake of creative imagination though.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ken Ronkowitz

    I had read all 4 many hears ago, but I decided that they might read differently in old age. They do. But they are still wonderful in the way they had made me full of wonder way back when. If you never read the books but saw movies, you should give them a try. I would start with Wonderland and Looking Glass.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Alessandro

    «I can't tell you just now what the moral of that is, but I shall remember it in a bit» «Perhaps it hasn't one» «That would be nonsense» Not my cup of T. Didn't like that much Oxenbury's style, 'twas too heterogeneous, between full colored and black&white characters and detailed compositions and barren images. «I can't tell you just now what the moral of that is, but I shall remember it in a bit» «Perhaps it hasn't one» «That would be nonsense» Not my cup of T. Didn't like that much Oxenbury's style, 'twas too heterogeneous, between full colored and black&white characters and detailed compositions and barren images.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Diane Klajbor

    I read this for one of my bookclubs. It was awful. I know it's a classic, but I honestly don't know why. It makes no sense. I never liked the movie Alice in Wonderland and REALLY disliked the book. At least it was short and had illustrations. I read this for one of my bookclubs. It was awful. I know it's a classic, but I honestly don't know why. It makes no sense. I never liked the movie Alice in Wonderland and REALLY disliked the book. At least it was short and had illustrations.

  22. 4 out of 5

    رابعة الدلالي

    a bit of nostalgia <3

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alan Wayne Potter

    Throw imagination to the wind! It's a timeless classic. Even those who feel they have no imagination will find themselves traveling through a world that is unimaginable! Throw imagination to the wind! It's a timeless classic. Even those who feel they have no imagination will find themselves traveling through a world that is unimaginable!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brian Lueck

    I was surprised by the fantastic wordplay.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maddie

    what to say what hasnt been said, its alice in wonderland. Maybe its due to me not being very good at reading fiction books, but it feels very jumpy, like theres a little bit too much to be told, tho its not "bad" and it also makes sense why there has been so many reinterpretation over the years, it brings an entire world that can be read in a myriad of different ways, no idea if this was the intention but it feels like it presents the reader with a lot of different narratives, bordering on the s what to say what hasnt been said, its alice in wonderland. Maybe its due to me not being very good at reading fiction books, but it feels very jumpy, like theres a little bit too much to be told, tho its not "bad" and it also makes sense why there has been so many reinterpretation over the years, it brings an entire world that can be read in a myriad of different ways, no idea if this was the intention but it feels like it presents the reader with a lot of different narratives, bordering on the surreal. Being written for children it feels like an "imagination run wild" type of deal, meant to stimulate the world building rather than serving it up front, which is cool and has provided a toolbox for said interpretation over the years. Hunting of the snark is pretty coherent for a socalled nonsense poem

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Slavik

    Well, the story is very unconventional.. reader shall release all his imagination.. sometimes, after i read a book, i also watch a movie.. this time i did it the other way around, and I’m happy for it.. it would be hard to follow the plot otherwise.. its full of nonsense meaningless discussions and ridiculousness, but miraculously that’s what makes the book so famous.. what i didn’t like was the 3rd book of poems and the 4th book that more or less repeated the first book

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I think it suited the movie really well. I loved the tidbits and direct way with words. It was fantastical and wonderful. I liked the second book better than the first though personally and her time at the tea party is my favorite. I think it was a good read nonetheless. But if you do not want to read the book, the movie, obviously is a very close representation of the 1st book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Schuster

    I never read Alice in Wonderland as a child and that's probably for the best as, at the very least, I would have been confused but, more likely, traumatized. I know that over the years there have been many interpretations and theories about this story but, holy hell, this just comes off as one giant LSD trip by the author. I never read Alice in Wonderland as a child and that's probably for the best as, at the very least, I would have been confused but, more likely, traumatized. I know that over the years there have been many interpretations and theories about this story but, holy hell, this just comes off as one giant LSD trip by the author.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Luly Ceballos

    Alice in Wonderland in all its glory and complete nonsense. Faithful to the original work this volume is a really enjoyable read. Illustrated with a wonderful art it's also filled with works of poetry featured in the written only version. Recommendable. Alice in Wonderland in all its glory and complete nonsense. Faithful to the original work this volume is a really enjoyable read. Illustrated with a wonderful art it's also filled with works of poetry featured in the written only version. Recommendable.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angel Citty

    Such a crazy and fun read. Alice is pretty adorable too.

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