Arch Enemy by Frank Beddor
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Arch Enemy Summary
The Heart Crystal's power has been depleted, and Imagination along with it. The people of Wonderland have all lost their creative drive, and most alarmingly, even Queen Alyss is without her powers. There is some comfort in the fact that the vicious Redd Heart seems to be similarly disabled. Amazingly, she is attempting to team up with her enemy, Alyss, in order to reclaim Wonderland from King Arch. Alyss might have no choice but to accept Redd's overtures, especially when she begins to receive alarming advice from the caterpillar oracles.
Arch Enemy Reviews
"Beddor offers happy resolutions for favorite characters." - Booklist.
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Frank Beddor Author Biography
Frank Beddor had already had a couple of intense careers, a professional
skier (two-time freestyle world champion) and filmmaker (producer of the 1998
hit Theres Something About Mary) before deciding to become an author (of the
New York Times best sellers The Looking Glass Wars, Seeing Redd, and Arch Enemy of the Looking Glass Wars trilogy).
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