Automated Alice

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Doubleday, 1996 - Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll) - 252 pages
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A retelling of Alice in Wonderland by the author of Vurt and Pollen. While searching for her aunt's lost parrot, Alice steps into a grandfather clock and finds herself transported from 1860 to 1998. The author won the Arthur C. Clark Award in 1994 and the John Campbell Award.

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User Review  - librarybrandy - LibraryThing

I was really enjoying this book at the beginning. It’s funny! It’s a take on Alice in Wonderland! It has math puns! But the closer I got to the end, the happier I was that I was almost done. When the ... Read full review

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User Review  - truth_of_spirit - LibraryThing

I just love it!!! And that's not just for its use of linguistic twists and turns, but also for its wit and ingenuity and not at last for its crazyness. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Jeff Noon is the author of six acclaimed novels, Vurt, Pollen, Automated Alice, Nymphomation, Needle in the Groove and Falling Out of Cars, and two collections of short fictions, Pixel Juice and Cobralingus. He lives in Brighton.

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