The Looking Glass Wars review by SCr
The Looking Glass War (Looking Glass Wars)
by Frank Beddor
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 12
Reviewer's Location - Raymond, IL, United States
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Alyss Princess of Wonderland is set to recieve the throne of wonderland once her dear mother passed away many years in the future, that is until her evil Aunt Redd assasinates her parents in an evil plan to control the world. Alyss escapes through a magical pool to Earth and is taken in by a nice London family. She procedes to grow up teaching herself to believe wonderland was a figment of her imagination. Her perfect life is shattered on her wedding day when her childhood playmate Dodge. She is swept back into wonderland and all of its politics as she is forced to battle Redd for the Queendom.

Opinion: 

The book is a very nicely done spin-off of Lewis Carrol's Classic. This book will most likely overcome the shadow of Carrol's book. The card soldier invention was great. I would enjoy to read any sequal by Beddor, and he should write a sequal. The adding of imagination powers is a nice addition.

 

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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