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Through the Looking-Glass (Version 6)

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In this fantastical sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll takes readers on another whimsical journey through an imaginative and bizarre world. Through the Looking-Glass follows Alice as she steps through a mirror into a world where everything is reversed and nothing is quite as it seems.

Carroll's clever wordplay and nonsensical characters once again shine in this enchanting story. From the clever wordplay of the Jabberwocky poem to the eccentricities of the Red Queen and Tweedledee and Tweedledum, each encounter Alice has in this topsy-turvy world is filled with charm and wit.

As Alice navigates this strange world, readers are treated to a series of peculiar and captivating adventures that will keep them entertained from beginning to end. Carroll's playful narrative style and imaginative storytelling make Through the Looking-Glass a delightful read for both children and adults alike.

Overall, Through the Looking-Glass is a delightful and enchanting read that will transport readers to a world where the ordinary is extraordinary, and the absurd is the norm. Carroll's timeless tale is sure to captivate and entertain generations of readers to come.

Book Description:
Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There is an 1871 novel by Lewis Carroll and the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland . Alice again enters a fantastical world, this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond it. There she finds that, just like a reflection, everything is reversed, including logic.

Alice becomes a player in a game of chess and works her way up to becoming a queen. On her way across the board she meets Tweedledum and Tweedledee, recites the classic poems, "Jabberwocky" and "The Walrus and the Carpenter", amongst many more. She also demonstrates her ability at mathematics to her new found friends, the red and white queens.

The mirror that Alice ventured through is still on display in Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire. Do not let your children too close!!!

Warning!! Do not listen to this audio recording without looking at these classic images by 'John Tenniel'; they will put everything into reverse perspective. Download them here:

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 10 reviews)

Reviewer: - May 5, 2021
nice book but the voice in 1 st chapter is not understandable
Reviewer: - October 22, 2018
I, too, enjoyed listening to the different voices (like a play) and the story is interesting. Yes, the sound quality for some of the readers could have been better, but it gets 5 stars from me!
Reviewer: - May 15, 2018
Subject: Through the Looking Glass
A great classic. Each character had a different voice and the narrator did a wonderful job. I truly enjoyed this recording.
Reviewer: - May 31, 2015
Subject: Alice in Wonderland
I enjoyed listening to the story --- each character had a unique voice, which made it quite interesting, almost like listening to a play. Some of them had unique accents, which contributed even more interest. It was so much fun that I listened to it twice!!
Reviewer: - April 10, 2015
Subject: hate it
OMG i love the very end, bot the rest was soooooooooooooo boring. I like alice and wonderland sooooooooooooooooo much better
Reviewer: - August 13, 2014
Lovely book will always be a favorite
Reviewer: - August 11, 2014
Subject: Alice
My name is Alice too. That is a little weird.
Reviewer: - February 4, 2014
Subject: Through the Looking Glass
Overall a pretty good recording but I don't think the voice actress for Alice was very good. Also I like that each character has a different voice but I wish the quality of recordings was consistent from person to person.
Reviewer: - October 3, 2013
Subject: Through the Looking-Glass
This is a very very good book! loved it!
Reviewer: - May 9, 2013
Subject: Fantacy

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