Around 120 pages
Finally, there isn't a two month break between posts since I have already read this and the next novel, Crime and Punishment. I am hoping to get both these posts out by tonight to make up for my absence lately. Now onto a story we are all familiar with.
Alice falls down a rabbit hole into a strange world with many memorable characters, like the Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts, and the Cheshire Cat. Math puns ensue.
I have never been a huge fan of any form of art that is considered "trippy" whether it be a book, a Pink Floyd album, or a Dali film. However, even I have to admit that this is a great children's novel. Just like with Water-Babies, it was interesting exploring children's literature as an adult. It almost made me want to follow the 1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Die, but I think if I did that my family would have to host an intervention.
I would recommend reading this novel, even if you read it when you were a kid, since there will certainly be things you catch that you didn't appreciate the first time around. If you are like me, there will still be things you don't get and then you will have to get your older brother to explain bases.
Part of the literary nonsense genre.
Trailer for Disney version: