The Looking Glass

The Looking Glass

1 chapter / 1268 words

Approximately 6 minutes to read


Dear little Alice, I used to think you were an excellent liar..



over 5 years ago Lw said:

Your begginging was very captivating and I loved you unique take on this classic


over 5 years ago Lydia Nightray said:

Wow, this was really good. I immediately got hooked in the beginning and just enjoyed the whole story itself. Well probably because I love reading stuff like this and Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite stories. The plot was well developed and detail. Nice work(:


over 5 years ago Lilla My said:

I love the weird, dark undertones to this and what you captured about Alice. It seems like Carroll is trying to fit her into a perfect frame and can't quite. Anyway, there's obviously a lot more going on in Alice in Wonderland than anyone thinks! :)

I especially liked the line when Dodgson says, "I only find it suitable to lie through my tales..." etc. That was very clever and devious and a little bit eerie.

This is really unusual and original and you give a lot of depth to the relationships even in 1200 words. Great job!

over 5 years ago Kritika said:

I like how you put your own twist on Alice in Wonderland. The end was so clever, with Alice's less-than-innocent manipulations. I enjoyed reading this!



about 3 years ago Eve Harrison said:

Wow. I never really looked at the story this way, and I figured that he would turn out to be, like, the Mad Hatter, but I wasn't sure. The story had some fragments in the plot, like I'm not sure what a Jabberwocky is, or Lorina, and the love story was a bit confusing, but overall, nice job! ~Eve:)


over 5 years ago Yuuki Nakazato said:

I enjoyed the historical information that you spun into your story, but you also twisted it around. Many people suspected the author to be a pedophile, but to turn Alice into a manipulative lolita was icing on the cake! There were some gaps in the story that confused me though. Your language was very mature and suitable for the era of this story. Personally, I hope you continue to explain the underworkings of Alice's madness and obsession with the narrator.