ArchEnemy by Frank Beddor
The Looking Glass Wars, Book Three

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Discover the fate of Wonderland- and imagination itself- in this riveting conclusion to the New York Times bestselling trilogy.

The Heart Crystal?s power has been depleted, and Imagination along with it. The people of Wonderland have all lost their creative drive, and most alarmingly, even Queen Alyss is without her powers. There is some comfort in the fact that the vicious Redd Heart seems to be similarly disabled. Amazingly, she is attempting to team up with her enemy, Alyss, in order to reclaim Wonderland from King Arch. Alyss might have no choice but to accept Redd?s overtures, especially when she begins to receive alarming advice from the caterpillar oracles.

Page-turning and complex, this culmination of the Wonderland saga is intensely satisfying.


About Frank Beddor

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Frank Beddor spent years tracking Alyss and the fractured truth of Wonderland's parallel existence before writing one word of his trilogy. Currently, Frank has gone underground somewhere in Los Angeles, California, to avoid the impassioned vigilantes at literary odds with his radical revelations while he finishes work on Seeing Redd, book two of The Looking Glass Wars trilogy. Enter to learn more. A multi-talented, multi-faceted individual, Frank Beddor is a former World champion in freestyle skiing and a Hollywood film producer whose credits include THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY. Another interesting bit of trivia about Frank is that he was the stunt skier for John Cusack's character in the movie BETTER OFF DEAD.
Published September 29, 2009 by Speak. 396 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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On a final note, make sure you take time to visit the official website of the series, which contains information on the three books, book trailers, music, art, games, and information on the two graphic novels that accompany this wonderful series.

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ArchEnemy is the concluding volume in The Looking Glass Wars trilogy after The Looking Glass Wars and Seeing Redd, and wraps up the series nicely while also leaving openings for possible sequels.

Sep 03 2014 | Read Full Review of ArchEnemy: The Looking Glass ...

For that factor alone, I urge anyone who picks this book up to stop and read the prior two books first as it is definitely not a standalone book.

Mar 05 2014 | Read Full Review of ArchEnemy: The Looking Glass ...

And, unlike many other movies for children, no deep emotions or feelings are over explored (besides curiosity)—a few chuckles from an adult in the right places can get a sensitive child through the brief-but-dramatic ending when the Queen of Hearts is yelling, “Off with her head.” If you’re not o...

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