Meredith Alice Hughes has found herself falling through a portal and into Wonderland. There, she finds some of her classmates, who are actually fictional characters from Lewis Carroll
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Trapped in Wonderland based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
*voluntarily and honestly reviewed this ARC I received from NetGalley* I have mixed feelings about this book. I thought the idea was great, and there were instances when I really LOVED the moment, but the following kept me from enjoying it: the dialogue that needed work, the chapters that needed trimming, the small errors, and the emotional ties between me and the characters, though the last is a more personal thing. This author had a cool idea to bring to life, but it sounded a lot like the other adaptations I've read or watched with the manga and anime, down to the very vial she drinks in the first chapter. Nothing wrong with similarities and I'm not one to judge a book just because it sounds like something else I've read. However, as a book by itself, I thought it needed more work. The things I mentioned earlier kept me from diving into the world. Aside from the issues, I liked when it came to the artistic scenes and ideas, I could seriously appreciate those.