#DailyBookQuote : 16th April 2013
– Lewis Carrol (Jan 27, 1832 – Dec 14, 1898)
An uproarious and unique whimsical children story of Alice’s confrontation with the world that is eccentric. The events that take place through Alice’s visit in a bizarre “Wonderland” are spontaneous and fantastically unplanned. The characters are remarkably amusing and entertaining. Its language is highly figurative that takes the reader in the realm of true imagination. Enchanting!
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