Through the Looking-Glass (version 5 dramatic reading)

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(4.6 stars; 140 reviews)

Sequel to Alice in Wonderland, this volume sees Alice travel through a mirror to a dream-world where she meets chess pieces and other curious characters. (Summary by David Goldfarb)

Narrator: David Goldfarb
Alice: Miss Avarice
The White Queen/The Fawn: Elizabeth Klett
The White King: Algy Pug
The Father/Gentle Voice/Oysters/The Lion: Vinnie Tesla
The Tiger-Lily: Cheri Gardner
The Rose: breezyweezy
A Daisy/The Pudding: Heather Phillips
Another Daisy: Elli
A Violet: Liz Bennington
The Larkspur/A Horse: Malane
The Red Queen: Availle
The Guard/The White Knight: Peter Yearsley
A Gentleman/The Red Knight/Long-Beaked Creature: Levi Throckmorton
A Goat/Someone: Chris Donnelly
A Beetle/The Carpenter: Shea McNamara
Gnat/The Moon: Amy Gramour
Other Voices: Bill Mosley, Steve Belleguelle, Tom Crawford
Tweedledum and Tweedledee: Peter Bishop
The Walrus/The Unicorn: David Lawrence
The Sheep/Hatta: Arielle Lipshaw
Humpty Dumpty: Matthew Reece
Haigha: Denny Sayers
The Aged Man/The Frog: Martin Geeson
Shrill Voice/The Fishes: Liberty Stump

Audio edited by: David Goldfarb,/p> (3 hr 9 min)


Dramatis Personae 2:56 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 1, Looking-Glass House 19:55 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 2, The Garden of Live Flowers 18:03 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 3, Looking-Glass Insects 17:19 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 4, Tweedledum and Tweedledee 17:55 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 5, Wool and Water 18:36 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 6, Humpty Dumpty 19:31 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 7, The Lion and the Unicorn 16:49 Read by Heather Phillips
Chapter 8, It's My Own Invention 26:02 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 9, Queen Alice; Chapter 10, Shaking; Chapter 11, Waking 27:17 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 12, Which Dreamed It? 5:05 Read by LibriVox Volunteers


this is a good one.

(4 stars)

I've listen to it almost every night for the past few months. doesn't sound like much, BUT IT IS.

(5 stars)

love this book! I listen to this every night!☺☺☺great readers except the violet.... not a fan of the quality of her voice over.

Best one yet

(5 stars)

I'm 15 and I'm blind. I loved this story and having different people reading it ave it characture


(4 stars)

this was a very entertaining listen. usually I don't like "voices", but I didn't mind it in this story. :) the voice of Alice, I felt, was a bit stale and without much emotion. ... and she kept saying "you know" with an incorrect inflection, but that's just my opinion.

great supporting cast

(4 stars)

a very tiresome Alice with not much dramatic talent but a good supporting cast especially the red Queen and the white knight.

eh alright.

(3.5 stars)

I like all the voices and how trippy the story is but I wouldn't say its absolutely my favorite cup of tea story wise. at tinesi lost interest. its all preference

Great Book

(4 stars)

Great classic, but I did not enjoy this book as much as 'Alice in wonderland'. I enjoyed the readers too.

Loved it

(5 stars)

This has been my favorite over Wonderland for 17 years. The roles seemed like they were made specifically for the actors. I thoroughly enjoyed (in no particular order) the Narrator, White King, Red Queen, the Gnat, Humpty Dumpty, the White Knight and the Aged man. Alice's voice actress has a lovely voice but her inflection was odd; "you know" being the most obvious. Her exclamations were a little flat. This, along with the odd inflection made her role distracting and frustrating.