This book's genre is fantasy.
This book story is there was Alice. She and her big sister sat under a tree one sunnny day. Alice's sister had a book. There were no picture or conversations in it. Alic
e thought why is she reading a book without pictures or conversations. It can't understand for me. Then suddenly, a white rabbit ran past her. It took a watch from its jacket and looked at it. "I'm going to be late!" it said. Alice thought a rabbit is strange. It is interesting for her. Alice ran after a rabbit. And Alice's mysterious journey started.
My favorite character is Alice. Because Alice is very strange, but I like her way of thinking. And she is very cute.My favorite scene is Alice gave Dodo chocolate. Because Dodo is interesting when Alice talked about Dinah. This book is enjoy for me. Because Alice can do wonderful experience.
I thought every one should try to read.
The first time I tried to read this one was a long time ago and for some reason, I didn't find it engaging enough and basically dropped it.
I finally got back to it and was so glad to find myself completely immersed in the world of Wonderland! I remembered bits and pieces from the Disney adaptation, but none of it really comes close to the original.
The humour, for one, is magnificent. It caters for all ages and doesn't have to resort to any foul or mature content to make one smile and even chuckle. It's clever and witty and absolutely ridiculous, making you wonder whether the author was on drugs while writing this. (Spoiler alert: no one knows for certain, but he did suffer hallucinations).
The writing was also tremendously well executed and didn't make me drowsy while reading, not even during the long and non-sensical passages. It really takes you on a wonderfully confusing journey, making you question everything you know so well, daring you to be bold and leave everything to the imagination.
The characters were all insane and exhasperating, and not even Alice is able to keep her composure for long. It was interesting to see how she reacted to things and how the other characters reacted to her, however, she could be quite annoying and spoiled at times.
Overall, this was a great revisiting of my childhood and I'm so glad to have finally read the original tale! I can see why people rave about it so much, it truly is an engaging piece and very creative. I wouldn't say it's my favourite fairy tale of all time, but it was certainly a great read.