Book Review: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

I was at a birth for nearly two days this week. Thus, I haven’t had time to write. So, here you go. A needless review of a children’s classic. Enjoy!

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Kindle Edition)Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It may be a children’s classic, but it’s definitely weird. I always thought I loved nonsense literature, but I found out it’s not really my thing.

Still – there’s no arguing the excellent writing, and the very believable character of Alice. She is every bit a precocious child, and acts, thinks, and speaks like one. She reminds me of me as a child, and the dream world I lived in as a kid. Her fantastical imaginings, conversations, and scenarios are all ones I might have had, but didn’t. Mine had a lot more fairies, and a lot less bloodthirsty queens.

No criticism for the book, my rating is based purely on personal taste, and my genuine feelings about it. That’s all.

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