Through the Looking-Glass (version 5 dramatic reading)

Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4.6 stars; 163 reviews)

Sequel to Alice in Wonderland, this volume sees Alice travel through a mirror to a dream-world where she meets chess pieces and other curious characters. (Summary by David Goldfarb)

Narrator: David Goldfarb
Alice: Miss Avarice
The White Queen/The Fawn: Elizabeth Klett
The White King: Algy Pug
The Father/Gentle Voice/Oysters/The Lion: Vinnie Tesla
The Tiger-Lily: Cheri Gardner
The Rose: breezyweezy
A Daisy/The Pudding: Heather Phillips
Another Daisy: Elli
A Violet: Liz Bennington
The Larkspur/A Horse: Malane
The Red Queen: Availle
The Guard/The White Knight: Peter Yearsley
A Gentleman/The Red Knight/Long-Beaked Creature: Levi Throckmorton
A Goat/Someone: Chris Donnelly
A Beetle/The Carpenter: Shea McNamara
Gnat/The Moon: Amy Gramour
Other Voices: Bill Mosley, Steve Belleguelle, Tom Crawford
Tweedledum and Tweedledee: Peter Bishop
The Walrus/The Unicorn: David Lawrence
The Sheep/Hatta: Arielle Lipshaw
Humpty Dumpty: Matthew Reece
Haigha: Denny Sayers
The Aged Man/The Frog: Martin Geeson
Shrill Voice/The Fishes: Liberty Stump

Audio edited by: David Goldfarb,/p> (3 hr 9 min)


Dramatis Personae 2:56 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 1, Looking-Glass House 19:55 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 2, The Garden of Live Flowers 18:03 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 3, Looking-Glass Insects 17:19 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 4, Tweedledum and Tweedledee 17:55 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 5, Wool and Water 18:36 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 6, Humpty Dumpty 19:31 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 7, The Lion and the Unicorn 16:49 Read by Heather Phillips
Chapter 8, It's My Own Invention 26:02 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 9, Queen Alice; Chapter 10, Shaking; Chapter 11, Waking 27:17 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
Chapter 12, Which Dreamed It? 5:05 Read by LibriVox Volunteers


this is a good one.

(4 stars)

I've listen to it almost every night for the past few months. doesn't sound like much, BUT IT IS.

Best one yet

(5 stars)

I'm 15 and I'm blind. I loved this story and having different people reading it ave it characture

(5 stars)

love this book! I listen to this every night!☺☺☺great readers except the violet.... not a fan of the quality of her voice over.


(4 stars)

this was a very entertaining listen. usually I don't like "voices", but I didn't mind it in this story. :) the voice of Alice, I felt, was a bit stale and without much emotion. ... and she kept saying "you know" with an incorrect inflection, but that's just my opinion.

great supporting cast

(4 stars)

a very tiresome Alice with not much dramatic talent but a good supporting cast especially the red Queen and the white knight.

eh alright.

(3.5 stars)

I like all the voices and how trippy the story is but I wouldn't say its absolutely my favorite cup of tea story wise. at tinesi lost interest. its all preference

Great Book

(4 stars)

Great classic, but I did not enjoy this book as much as 'Alice in wonderland'. I enjoyed the readers too.

an editing masterclass

(3 stars)

this is my first listen to a dramatic reading and what I am most impressed by with this one is the the production quality. the reader who narrates the story is also responsible for the sound editing and has done an unbelievable job with the the various constituent parts expertly spliced together with perfect timing and excellent equalization of volume and tone the majority of the readers playing individual parts were brilliant and I particularly admired the voicing of the red Queen overall though I was disappointed with this and the previous volume (Wonderland) and feel that they have been hugely overrated. with some great ideas in parts, the overall narrative it fairly slow and weirdly lacking in imagination. I wonder if much of the praise for these books is due to the visual interpretations of the characters which are lavishly portrayed in both book and media worth a listen but don't expect to be blown away... ..