The Red King

The Red King There is nothing deadlier than a little girl s dreams Alice Liddell had adventures in Wonderland many years ago Now she is grown up married and living a respectable life in Edwardian London But her d

  • Title: The Red King
  • Author: RussellProctor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • There is nothing deadlier than a little girl s dreams Alice Liddell had adventures in Wonderland many years ago Now she is grown up, married and living a respectable life in Edwardian London But her dreams have come back to haunt her A serial killer stalks the streets Children and adults are being brutally murdered and drained of blood The Red King is on a quest forThere is nothing deadlier than a little girl s dreams Alice Liddell had adventures in Wonderland many years ago Now she is grown up, married and living a respectable life in Edwardian London But her dreams have come back to haunt her A serial killer stalks the streets Children and adults are being brutally murdered and drained of blood The Red King is on a quest for revenge against the seven year old girl who humiliated him years ago Alice joins forces with Dorothy Gale, who had adventures of her own in a land called Oz Together they hunt the Red King before he can enslave the world But Alice discovers that the Red King s rampage may be all her own fault fighting her own dreams isn t easy The Red King is the first of Alice s adventures concerning the mysterious Jabberwocky Book she discovered in Looking Glass Land, a book that holds the key to the survival of four linked worlds.

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    1 thought on “The Red King”

    1. I couldn't help but love this book - a mashup of my all time favourite series - Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz and a little Sherlock Holmes with helping of cats with characters! A little darker than some of the Alice reimaginings I've read but another interesting take!

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