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ArchEnemy: The Looking Glass Wars, Book Three Paperback – October 14, 2010
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"Beddor offers happy resolutions for favorite characters."--Booklist
"This excellent and satisfying end to the trilogy is a must-have for fans of the other volumes as well as for those who enjoy Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle."--School Library Journal
About the Author
Frank Beddor is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Looking Glass Wars, the young-adult novel that first introduced young readers to the true story of Alyss. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
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Then King Arch decided to take the Heart Crystal and put it where no one can get to it, thus shutting off all imagination in Wonderland (and Earth, at the same time), leaving him in total control of Wonderland. Alyss ends up on Earth, apparently forever, and Charles Dodgson has his own role to play in the events. It's a really good conclusion to the series.
Political plots, vengeful aunts, a tiny touch of romance, and a LOT of action and adventure all mixed up with colorful, hookah-smoking caterpillars addicted to tarty-tarts. It's all in here, and the final book in the trilogy simply completes a tale that kept me locked into my seat for hours on end.
Highly recommended to anyone that likes fantasy, adventure and a little hint of steampunk.
It's great. This one shows how the need for revenge can be over powering and shows just how strong and determined Alice and her followers are to right the wrongs done to wonderland and take it back for good.
The one and only thing that was a constant in all three books and that annoyed me was the sound affects. But they were easy enough to ignore and it didn't stop me from reading the story.
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Great use of imagination about imagination by taking a story we all know and developing it into three book story that holds...Read more