Review: The Complete Alice in Wonderland by Carroll adapted by Moore & Reppion

Take one politely stubborn and opinionated young girl. Add an overactive imagination. Shake in a heavy mix of puzzling and bizarre guides. Reduce all morals and lessons to the nonsensical degree and send it all on a journey to nowhere…

These are the ingredients that Lewis Carroll combined to create a fairy tale unlike any another. Dynamite is proud to present for all ages The Complete Alice in Wonderland; the most vivid adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s genre bursting tale of young Alice and her adventures in Wonderland. It contains Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass and the LOST chapter form Looking Glass “The Wasp in a Wig!”

Join Alice on her whimsical journey down the rabbit hole. From her initial meeting with the White Rabbit in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, to her final dinner party with the entire (and outrageous) Through the Looking Glass cast, every moment of Alice’s adventures in that astonishing landscape is captured in gorgeous detail. With old favorites like the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter joined now by a long-forgotten Carroll creation, The Wasp, in one of the book’s latter chapters, children and adults alike can rediscover the complete Alice tale and fall in love with Wonderland all over again!Alice 1Published on the 19th April 2016, The Complete Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll adapted by Leah Moore and John Reppion, illustrated by Erica Awano. GOODREADS

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I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for a an honest review, THANK YOU.Alice 3

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2 thoughts on “Review: The Complete Alice in Wonderland by Carroll adapted by Moore & Reppion

  1. I’m an Alice in Wonderland nut. It’s always been my go to book or happy place to pull myself out of a book slump or just life in general. I love the wonderment and just plain silliness imagined. Through the Looking Glass is a great read, but compared to Wonderland it isn’t nearly as strong. I’d say it’s more just for avid fans really. I must admit, I’m underwhelmed by the graphics sadly. They have a gloomy sort of manga look to them and Wonderland has always felt like a bright, nonsense world but still interested in giving this one a read regardless. Wonderful review Sarah ❤

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