Through the Looking-Glass

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(4.2 stars; 132 reviews)

Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, was written in 1872 and it finds Alice in a land when she walks through a mirror into the Looking-Glass House. The land is full of mythological creatures and characters and nursery rhyme characters. Alice makes a guest appearance in a bizarre game of chess with Humpty Dumpty! A charming, witty story! (Summary by Aldark) (3 hr 19 min)


01 - Looking-Glass House 18:24 Read by Brad Bush
02 - The Garden of Live Flowers 20:09 Read by Kara Shallenberg (1969-2023)
03 - Looking-Glass Insects 19:39 Read by Betsie Bush
04 - Tweedledum and Tweedledee 18:33 Read by Chip
05 - Wool and Water 16:26 Read by Kristen McQuillin
06 - Humpty Dumpty 28:57 Read by Alessia
07 - The Lion and the Unicorn 18:31 Read by Alice Elizabeth Still
08 - 'It's my own Invention' 25:38 Read by Robert Garrison
09 - Queen Alice and 10 - Shaking 27:21 Read by Marlo Dianne
11 - Waking and 12 - Which Dreamed it? 5:59 Read by Peter Yearsley


(4 stars)

Chapter six sounds like someone who can't speak English trying to read the book aloud with a mouthful of syrup. Other than that, the readers are good, and I've always loved this book.

Chapter 6

(3.5 stars)

I really enjoyed listening to this book however, the reader in chapter six made it very hard to concentrate as I was constantly trying to understand what the reader was saying as the accent was very thing and it wasn’t very fluent. But, the other readers were very clear and fluent. Please fix this problem.

Great except chapter 6

(4 stars)

Chapter six sounds like someone who has trouble reading in general. The accent is horrible and there is no articulation or intonation! Please fix this!

(4.5 stars)

I enjoyed listening to this book.

Classic book just as i remembef

(4 stars)


(4 stars)

Had to read this as it is in my syllabus. Chose to listen instead, kind of boring for me you know I'm literally 19 and this is a book for small children. Nevertheless, some under-lying messages in this are thought provoking indeed and there are quite a few ways to interpret the whole thing, that is what kept it a little interesting! All the chapters were well read more or less, 4 Stars. Though the person who read the last chapter had quite a sleepy voice, kept getting lost

One Bad Egg

(1 stars)

Too many cooks ruin the soup, and so does one bad reader. Wasn't particularly fond of the reader changing, and as everyone else has pointed out the woman on chapter six is dreadful to listen to. Finally found someone who is a worse narrator than Stephen King reading one of his own books!

wonderfull story

(5 stars)

by:(nickname) winiethepooh ☆Much people say that chapter 6 is not quite good to understand, but it wasn't so bad. I liked the story and its readers read it very well! Love it! ♡winniethepooh