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Ada, Alice’s closest friend, follows her friend down the rabbit hole in order to bring her home going on her own adventure through the nonsensical Wonderland where her own ideas and ideals are put into question and the world of Oxford England reacts to the disappearance of these two young girls
Felix J. Palma brings his masterful Trilogía Victoriana to a close in this imaginative and complex finale.
Gregory Maguire is known for his retellings within the narrative world and for this novel he has tapped into the writing style of Lewis Carroll. For anyone who has ever read the original tale of Alice in Wonderland will see the resemblance in writing styles and how Maguire was able to tap into his technique of writing and tell this tale of Alice’s friend Ada who is briefly mentioned in the original.
While the story is mostly expertly written, it suffers from down poor dialogue and syntax structure that boggles the mind, leaving it hard to understand.
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Review: Slow but Inventive, “Hood” Retells a Classic Tale (King Raven Trilogy, #1) – Emertainment Monthly
Filled with Celtic mythology and medieval British beliefs, this new tale of Robin Hood focuses on characterization and narrative, making “Hood” a unique story.
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Hood is an astounding novel, very slow but nonetheless captivating and inventive.