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The Looking Glass Wars by Frank BeddorAlyss of Wonderland?
When Alyss Heart, newly orphaned heir to the Wonderland throne, flees through the Pool of Tears to escape her murderous Aunt Redd, she finds herself lost and alone in Victorian London. Befriended by an aspiring author named Lewis Carrol, Alyss tells the violent, heartbreaking story of her young life. Alyss trusts this author to tell the truth so that someone, somewhere will find her and bring her home. But he gets the story all wrong. He even spells her name incorrectly!
Fortunately, Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan knows all too well the awful truth of Alyss story - and hes searching every corner of our world to find the lost princess and return her to Wonderland, to battle Redd for her rightful place as the Queen of Hearts.
The Looking Glass Wars unabashedly challenges our Wonderland assumptions of mad tea parties, grinning Cheshire cats, and a curious little blond girl to reveal an epic battle in the endless war for Imagination.
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Frank Beddor Tells Us How The Looking Glass Wars is "the True Story" of Wonderland
The basic premise is that the two books written by Lewis Carroll are a distortion of the 'true story' portrayed in these novels. It features twists and turns on the original story, such as the white rabbit really being Alyss's Alice's tutor, Bibwit Harte, and the Mad Hatter is really a very agile, somber bodyguard called Hatter Madigan. The Looking Glass Wars is the first book in a trilogy by the same name. It is currently [ when? The second book in the trilogy, Seeing Redd , was released on August 21, The third book, ArchEnemy , was released on October 15, In interviews, Beddor claims he wrote the book after seeing an incomplete deck of cards as part of a display of ancient playing cards at the British Museum.
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Please type in your email address in order to receive an email with instructions on how to reset your password. The "true story" behind Alice in Wonderland! Princess Alyss Heart is brutally cast out of Wonderland by her vicious Aunt Redd, who beheads Alyss' mother Off with her head, she cries! Alyss escapes from Wonderland and is exiled to another world entirely Victorian London where she is adopted into a new family, renamed Alice, and befriended by Lewis Carroll. At age 20 she returns to Wonderland to battle Redd, reclaim the throne, and lead Wonderland into its next golden age of imagination. The book was great and the author was exceptional with the character development.
Alyss of Wonderland? Frank Beddor (Goodreads Author) .. I read Alice ( Wonderland and Looking Glass) this past semester for a children's lit class so it was.
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Looking Glass Wars
Beddor explains how the story told in Alice in Wonderland is not true. After being torn away from Wonderland for her own protection, Alyss seeks refuge and ends up telling her story to Charles Dodgson in an effort to reach her Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan. However, Dodgson betrays her and writes the story known as Alice in Wonderland! Everyone knows the story of Alice, who tumbled down a rabbit hole and stumbled through a fairy-tale Wonderland. The true story is far more dark and sinister. Princess Alyss not Alice! Alyss emerged in London, alone.
The Looking Glass Wars is the first book in a trilogy by the same name. It is currently seeing further development in a variety of fields, such as a spin-off comic book limited series entitled Hatter M. The second book in the trilogy, Seeing Redd , was released on August 21, The third book, ArchEnemy , was released on October 15, In interviews and in the warning at the beginning of the book, Beddor claims he wrote the book after seeing an incomplete deck of cards as part of a display of ancient playing cards at the British Museum. The images on these cards resembled Wonderland characters, while the cards themselves seemed to be illuminated by an unusual glow.