Through the Looking-Glass (version 2)


Read by Adrian Praetzellis

(4.7 stars; 124 reviews)

The sequel to “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” finds Alice back in Wonderland and a piece in a surreal chess game. This weird and wonderful book includes the poems “Jabberwocky” and “The Walrus and the Carpenter,” a talking pudding, and that immortal line “Jam yesterday, jam tomorrow, but never jam today.” Lewis Carroll was the nom de plume of Charles Dodgson (1832-1890) an Anglican clergyman, photographer, and mathematician.

(3 hr 24 min)

Chapters

01 – Looking Glass House 21:23 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
02 – The Garden of Live Flowers 19:57 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
03 – Looking-Glass Insects 20:08 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
04 – Tweedledum and Tweedledee 20:14 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
05 – Wool and Water 21:15 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
06 – Humpty Dumpty 21:25 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
07 – The Lion and the Unicorn 19:22 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
08 – It’s my own Invention 27:07 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
09 – Queen Alice 27:35 Read by Adrian Praetzellis
10-12 – 10 Shaking, 11 Waking, 12 Which dreamed it? 5:47 Read by Adrian Praetzellis

Reviews

Excellent Reading

(5 stars)

I thoroughly enjoyed this reading of Through the Looking Glass. Adrian Praetzellis was lovely to listen to and the voices for each character were perfect. Thanks for sharing your talent!

Loved it!

(5 stars)

Excellent narration, the voices were so much fun to listen to! I could listen to this guy read classics all day long...and I did. Highly recommend!

Alice Through the Looking Glass

(5 stars)

The most charming narration! ! What a wonderful reader. It made me feel like I was in Wonderland myself! Thank you, Adrian!

Lovely!

(5 stars)

Adrian has such a soothing voice which makes this the perfect book to fall asleep to as your mind wanders off into Alice's world.

great listen

(5 stars)

great read from the narrator, I looked at a few different versions but this one was the best!

Perfect!

(5 stars)

I would rate it higher, but I can't! This is a very good book and a wonderful reader!

great!

(5 stars)

I love the way this reader used his voice for the characters.

love this. have heard it more than once and peobably will again.

(5 stars)