Feb 21, 2015

Review -- Fifty Shades of Alice Through the Looking Glass


15842280Fifty Shades of Alice Through the Looking Glass
Author: Melinda DuChamp
Release Date: August 17th, 2012
Publisher: Self-Published
Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars
Pages: 131
Format: Ebook, Bought


Synopsis:

FIFTY SHADES OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND WAS JUST THE BEGINNING...

Eighteen year old Alice recently had an unprecedneted erotic experience. But her adventures have only just begun to heat up.

NOW SHE MUST TRAVEL THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS...

After breaking up with her boyfriend, Lewis, Alice enters a strange fantasy world where every pleasure - no matter how kinky - is indulged.

INTO TOTAL ECSTASY!! WITH TWO EXCLAMATION POINTS!!

Alice is subjected to amorous escapades beyond her wildest dreams, and taken to the very limit of her sexual endurance.

During her carnal encounters with all manner of men and woman, she is teased to tears by a bondage master, thoroughly used in a three way, enlightened to the sensual joys of a female touch, taken to a sex shop to test different erotic toys, given several special piercings, and is dragged to the HDO where she must fight the frumious Jabbercocky to save all of Looking Glass Land. And you know what we mean by "fight"...

This is for those with dark desires, who wish to explore erotic excess beyond the plain vanilla of everyday life. Follow Alice through the looking glass, if you dare...


My Review:
This is the second book in the trilogy. I bought the set, so I figured as long as I could stand it, I would go ahead and try to finish off the trilogy since I paid for it.

This book deals with Alice "opening up her mind." I did like the message that was given. It is true that we all need to be open to others, no matter what they like, or who they like. I might not feel the same they do about the things they like, but I will never judge someone because of it.

The author seems to really enjoy the Mad Hatter and the Hare because they show up again in this book. It also mentions the Red Queen in this story, but she is majorly changed from the last book. She is nothing like the Red Queen you got to meet before. This was a little difficult for me to get a grasp of due to me having to forget the other one.

This book still had the usual plugs like the first one about the author saying why she wrote sometimes and had to fix it for the readers as well as the Amazon plugs. These annoyed me just as much this time as the first time. I can see that this is what they wanted to put out as humor, but it didn't even put a smirk on my face.

This book has more sexual adventures that seem to have had more thought put into them. I felt them flow more easily and made a little more sense, though some positions I still just don't see how they are possible. I did give up on this book making sense early on though, so when I couldn't get the grasp of it, I just kept reading and didn't let it bother me.

I still found myself trying to get through the pages with also wanting to know how it all ends up. I wanted to know if she got back with Lewis or not. I am definitely a hopeless romantic and I didn't mind the ending at all. It actually helped me want to continue on to the 3rd book. I am starting to think the trilogy isn't so bad after all.


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