I’ve read quite a few, but I have to say that this was the most imaginative spin on Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland that I’ve ever read! It was hard to put this book down. The main character is Alyssa Gardner. Descended from Alice Liddell, the real life little girl that Carroll patterned his Alice from, our Alyssa hears the voices of bugs and flowers. She is trying desperately not to follow her mother Alison’s path to an asylum. To help her on her journey down the Rabbit Hole is the mysterious Morpheus and her artistic friend Jebediah Holt. If you’ve read the wonderland books, some of what you read will start out familiar, but will always head in another direction. The clever twists of storyline and characters encountered make this a joy to read. A.G. Howard (Anita Grace) has done a brilliant job of bending the ordinary world to show us the Wonderland that exists just on the other side of our mirror.