Through the Looking-Glass (Version 6)

Read by Craig Franklin

(4.7 stars; 76 reviews)

Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (also known as Alice Through the Looking-Glass or simply Through the Looking-Glass) is an 1871 novel by Lewis Carroll and the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865). Alice again enters a fantastical world, this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond it. There she finds that, just like a reflection, everything is reversed, including logic.

Alice becomes a player in a game of chess and works her way up to becoming a queen. On her way across the board she meets Tweedledum and Tweedledee, recites the classic poems, "Jabberwocky" and "The Walrus and the Carpenter", amongst many more. She also demonstrates her ability at mathematics to her new found friends, the red and white queens.

The mirror that Alice ventured through is still on display in Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire. Do not let your children too close!!!

Warning!! Do not listen to this audio recording without looking at these classic images by 'John Tenniel'; they will put everything into reverse perspective.
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(Summary by Craig Franklin) (3 hr 30 min)


CHAPTER I. Looking-Glass house 22:55 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER II. The Garden of Live Flowers 20:15 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER III. Looking-Glass Insects 20:41 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER IV. Tweedledum And Tweedledee 20:37 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER V. Wool and Water 21:40 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER VI. Humpty Dumpty 22:42 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER VII. The Lion and the Unicorn 19:01 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER VIII. ‘It’s my own Invention’ 26:34 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER IX. Queen Alice 29:24 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER X. Shaking 0:49 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER XI. Waking 0:27 Read by Craig Franklin
CHAPTER XII. Which Dreamed it? 5:40 Read by Craig Franklin


The Story was super awesome

(5 stars)

I really enjoyed this Story it was brilliant

(5 stars)

Fantastic reader, really makes the story come alive!

(5 stars)

its a once a week book for me. I listen at work. idk who I like more, white queen or the Knight

good narration

(4 stars)

I liked Alice and Wonderland book better. but very good narrator!


(5 stars)

Wonderful reading. With British accent. The other one puts me to sleep.

(5 stars)

loved it to listen on my bed for exam coming by....

well read

(5 stars)

story was alright, but it was well read

silly story but fun to listen to

(5 stars)