How does Alyss Heart of Wonderland fare after the creation of Everqueen, as described in Arch Enemy, the third volume of the best-selling Looking Glass Wars trilogy? With difficulty. Fending off political assaults from rival suit families, struggling to maintain diplomatic relations with the tribes of Boarderland, Alyss is more vulnerable than ever before. After she barely escapes an attempt on her life, no longer sure whom to trust, she aligns with controversial new allies in order to keep Wondertropolis safe and prevent havoc on Earth. And yet the fight, the battle, finds her—as it seemingly always does—and Alyss discovers that all decisions, even the right ones, have consequences.
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Literary Sleuth and world creator Frank Beddor dared to expose the true story of Wonderland in the "New York Times" bestselling young adult trilogy "The Looking Glass Wars." To satisfy the awakened curiosity of his readers he continued to tell the parallel adventures of Royal Bodyguard Hatter Madigan s search for the lost princess in the graphic novel series "Hatter M." He lives in Los Angeles.
Curtis Clark was raised the son of a farmer in the small town of Wacousta, MI. His work has grown from picking rocks to building worlds. As a lifelong comic book fan, he couldn t be more excited for the publication of his first graphic novel. Curtis currently lives in Los Angeles where he also writes for film and television.
Finnish artist Sami Makkonen illustrated the graphic novels "Blue" (2008) and "Deadworld Slaughterhouse" (2009) for Desperado before signing on to visually document the travels of Hatter Madigan. A first place recipient of the 2007 Sarjis award for best fantasy comic (writer and illustrator) Sami is a graduate of the University of Tartu Estonia and has illustrated web comics for Chemistry Set and Split Lip as well as CD covers for Finnish artists Rodsogarden and Anssi Kela."
The Looking Glass Wars
New York Times Best-Seller for 26 weeks
2007 Ben Franklin Award for Best YA audiobook
"The Looking Glass Wars, the series of bestselling novels by Frank Beddor that takes the classic 19th century children's tale off into a truly unexpected literary territory - the battlefields of epic fantasy." The LA Times
"Fantastic battle scenes, plot twists, character interest and slow-burning love make this an ace read for both sexes." – Guardian
"This ingenious reworking...is powerful, eventful and dark. Which is entirely legitimate, given the surreality of the original" – Times of London
"I think the remarkable thing about the book is it's very vibrant, it's imaginative, it's visual, it's very well researched. What Frank has done is he's interwoven the history...of Alice and then told his own extraordinary, and believably visual and fast-moving tale." – Michael Morpurgo, Children's Laureate
“A triumph of imagination.” – School Library Journal
“An entertaining cross between Maguire’s Wicked and Steven Spielberg’s Peter Pan Movie, Hook, The Looking Glass Wars grabs the imagination and refuses to let go.” – Teenreads.com
“Beddor makes ample use of Carroll-esque humor and wit.” – Publishers Weekly
Seeing Redd – 2008 AudioFile Earphones Award Winner for best voice in YA
"Beddor gives familiar characters new life and introduces interesting new ones ...this comes to a satisfying cliffhanger that leaves the reader looking for more.” – Kirkus Reviews
“The writing is gripping, the characters are spellbinding...Seeing Redd [is] even better than The Looking Glass Wars (which was fantastic in its own right).” – momswhothink.com
"This excellent and satisfying end to the trilogy is a must-have for fans of the other volumes as well as for those who enjoy Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle." – School Library Journal
Hatter M: Far from Wonder
2007 Eisner Nominee, Winner Silver IPPY Award
“Ben Templesmith provides a kinetic, almost chaotic energy that makes each panel seem fit to explode...must read.” IGN
"Hatter is tall, steapping, a bit trigger-happy and well-deserving of his own comicbook spinoff." The Washington Examiner
Hatter M: Mad with Wonder – “Whether you’re intimately familiar with the realm, or have not yet found the joys of Wonderland, HATTER M: MAD WITH WONDER is a unique take on a classic and is definitely worth checking out” Fangoria
Gold IPPY Award for best graphic novel, Drama
Hatter M: Nature of Wonder – “Madigan springs forth from the wandering-gunslinger mold with great appeal” – Booklist
Gold IPPY Award for best graphic novel, Drama
Hatter M: Zen of Wonder
“Beddor and Cavalier must have been practicing the art of Zen while writing this one, as Hatter M: Zen of Wonder fits together beautifully. The flow is excellent and perfectly timed.” – Geeks of Doom
Bronze IPPY Award for best graphic novel, Drama
Hatter M: Love of Wonder
“Beddor’s Looking Glass Wars novels trilogy and Hatter M comic series piece together an epic adventure approaching the works of Tolkien” – Night-Flight Comics
Silver IPPY Award for best graphic novel, Drama
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