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@E-PUB ⚟ Wonderland Revisited And The Games Alice Played There è Excuse me, said Alice to a small grey Mouse in red shorts What precisely is a custard race Did Alice s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass leave you yearning for Join Alice on a new journey and meet the extraordinary inhabitants of Wonderland, both familiar and new If your bed turned into a boat, and you found yourself drifting off in an entirely unexpected manner, how would you find your way home The Jack of Diamonds says it s Alice s own fault for being fast asleep had she slept slowly, she wouldn t be so far from home The Red Queen, the Mah jong Dragons, even the Red King s Gamekeeper, all seem helpful enough at first but things never quite turn out the way Alice hopes Brimming with word play, nonsense verse, and a cast of eccentric characters each with a unique and peculiar logic, this tale is faithful to the style of the originals, picking up the pen where Lewis Carroll put it down Be swept away on a torrent of humour and madness Alice is back This is a book that continues the adventures of Alice in Wonderland She gets there a different way and meets a lot of new characters, often from the Mother Goose nursery rhymes material In this case the trees can talk One of the most interesting characters is one called The Expert.There s a lot of craziness in the book, of course, and a lot of humor All of that is to the good.There are two things I didn t like about the book, though The first is the illustrations which, in my opinion, are This is a book that continues the adventures of Alice in Wonderland She gets there a different way and meets a lot of new characters, often from the Mother Goose nursery rhymes material In this case the trees can talk One of the most interesting characters is one called The Expert.There s a lot of craziness in the book, of course, and a lot of humor All of that is to the good.There are two things I didn t like about the book, though The first is the illustrations which, in my opinion, are very much inferior to the original illustrations style The second thing is a minor point, but in the introduction there s some emphasis on how bridge is used in the book, but I didn t really see that much use of that particular game.Still, it s a fun read