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    Loved it!

    A perfect read for anyone who is enchanted by Wonderland...highly recommend it!
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    An interesting book about a real person

    It is always good to read about real people. Especially when you do not know much about them. This book was based on Alice in Wonderland. I realize it was not completely factual. But it did a good job explaining the era and what Alice may have grown up in.
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    Rumour and Gossip Do Not a Good Novel Make

    This storywas mostly well-written as pure fiction and had the author approached it with different names, an invented child’s story, and devised a fictional Prince Charming and villains, this review would have been far different. Instead, this book floats the names of real people who had real lives and real interactions with others that have already been sullied by speculation and rumor and this book only adds to the malicious gossip. Alice Pleasance Liddell Hargreaves has been deceased for more than 80 years; Charles Lutwidge Dogson (aka Lewis Carroll) has been deceased for more than 110 years. Can we not let go of our 21st century Reality Show mentality and allow these poor souls to rest in peace? 4 stars for good story telling; minus 2 stars for bad taste. Full review written by Jaline and posted on Goodreads.
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    Disappointing

    This fictional biography follows the life of Alice Liddell. Her childhood friendship with the adult Charles Dodgson gives him the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland. The writing was very descriptive, but I was very creeped out by the way their relationship was portrayed. It doesn't say anything unseemly happened, but it still really bothered me.
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    Best one yet

    I've been interested in the real Alice for over 25 years and this rendering is the best one I have read. The characters come to life and the story line albeit one I know by heart is given a new polish that kept me reading until the end. Life gave Alice some hard knocks but she kept her spirit until the end.
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