Seeing Redd

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Penguin, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 371 pages
Alyss of Wonderland's rules has only just begun and already those who prefer chaos to peace are threatening to destroy everything worth imagining. Trailed by newly appointed Royal Bodyguard Homburg Molly, Alyss is doing her best to keep pace with the non-stop demands of being Queen while attempting to evade Molly for a few private moments with Dodge. Alyss's life is already a challenging mix of duty, love and imagining when a series of phantom sightings set fire to an urban myth of her imperial viciousness's return and have everyone...Seeing Redd.
 

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User Review  - sszkutak - LibraryThing

So...I was not too sure about the first book of this series. I like the idea and concept however the writing was a little bad in some ways and was a bit off-putting. I read Seeing Redd in an attempt ... Read full review

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User Review  - SpazzyDragon13 - LibraryThing

I loved the first book, The Looking Glass Wars, and having felt that way, I immediately jumped into this book. No joke. I closed The Looking Glass Wars, went to my bookshelf, and opened up Seeing Redd ... Read full review

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Frank Beddor is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Looking Glass Wars, the young-adult novel that first introduced young readers to the true story of Alyss. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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