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After Alice

When Alice fell down the rabbit hole, she found Wonderland as rife with inconsistent rules and abrasive egos as the world she left behind. But how did Victorian Oxford react to Alice’s disappearance? 727 more words


Recycled Childhood: The Land of Oz

What is it with the Land of Oz that inspires so many rehashings, reimaginings, and recyclings? Is it that there’s nobody on the planet who hasn’t heard of the… 580 more words


Pardon My Absence / A Few Changes

If you’re subscribed to or follow my blog at all, you may have noticed that I have been posting irregularly since I started this blog and have not posted for quite a few days now.   417 more words


by: Gregory Maguire


295 pages

Trapped amidst a natural disaster, with three kids to look after, Gage tells them a story about What-the-Dickens, a skiberee that doesn’t know he’s a tooth fairy, or very much at all really. 276 more words

After Alice and half way through

About half way through this one… Review to come soon. Interest is still piqued. Imagine if Alice wasn’t the only one to find the rabbit hole.


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Things in Print Thursday :: Gregory Maguire's rabbit hole

So I never read anything about suicide in September, and I didn’t read anything about domestic violence in October. I will own up to this. What I learned from looking at Goodreads lists is that most of the books that are fictional and about protagonists that are not white cis men that are about both of these subjects… just seemed too depressing for me or are either thrillers, which don’t usually interest me, or are heterosexual romances, which don’t usually interest me. 412 more words

Book Review: Egg & Spoon by Gregory Maguire

I’m only a boy born a dragon’s tooth

In the nick of time, sad but true.

No father or mother, just two hundred brothers… 1,187 more words

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