This was a fun read. I can’t remember too much of the cartoon film I watched when I was younger, and I didn’t bother to check out the Tim Burton rendition in theatres, which I heard was more focused on Through The Looking Glass anyway.
But a few things that took place I had no idea, while the other classic characters like Mad Hatter, and Cheshire-Cat were really neat to finally read about in their original setting.
Definitely something I’d like to read to my future kids, along with The Hobbit or Treasure Island. It took no time at all to get through, which was nice after something that takes more of a commitment like Pride And Prejudice.
All in all it was a good weekend for finishing books.
Not sure what I’ll start next, but I’m leaning towards Kate Chopin’s, The Awakening.