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Seeing Redd (The Looking Glass Wars) by Frank Beddor
Review by Kat Bittner
Dial Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 0803731558
Date: 21 August 2007 List Price $17.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

Links: Frank Beddor Interview / Show Article /

So what happens after you defeat your ultra evil Aunt Redd and restore White Imagination to the Kingdom? Now the real challenge for Alyss Heart begins. Frank Beddor weaves cinematic action scenes with royal double crossings and romantic drama in Seeing Redd, a solid second installment to the Looking Glass Wars trilogy.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Alyss of Wonderland's rule has only just begun and already those who prefer chaos to peace are threatening to destroy everything worth imagining. Trailed by newly appointed Royal Bodyguard Homburg Molly, Alyss does her best to keep pace with the spiraling, non-stop demands of being Queen while attempting to evade Molly for a few private moments with Dodge. Alyss's life is already a challenging mix of duty, love and imagining when a series of phantom sightings set fire to an urban myth of her Imperial Viciousness's return and have everyone…Seeing Redd. Has Redd somehow freed herself and her chief assassin, the Cat, from the confines of the Heart Crystal to challenge her niece once again? If not, then who has resurrected Redd's brutal footsoldiers, the Glass Eyes, and set them loose to attack Wonderland on all sides? Battles rage, looking glasses explode and the Alyssians are once again uniting to defend White Imagination in this fast-paced second book in The Looking Glass Wars trilogy.

(Source: Dial)

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