Seeing Redd: Book summary and reviews of Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor

Seeing Redd

The Looking Glass WarsBook Two

by Frank Beddor

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Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor
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Wonderland finally seems as if it’s getting back to normal. Queen Alyss is back on the throne, and reunited with her childhood sweetheart, Dodge. But the fight for Wonderland is far from over. King Arch, in nearby Boarderland, is conniving to overthrow everything for which Alyss and her friends have fought so hard. Even worse, King Arch has found an ally in the recently returned Redd, who has been biding her time and gathering new and evil assassins in the Catacombs of Paris. With enemies circling and danger looming, someone close to Alyss lets her down—and threatens the future of Wonderland forever.

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"In other words, if you are looking for a strong piece of fantasy fiction, overlook this title. If you are interested in watching the birth of a well-thought out franchise, then this is for you." - Children's Literature

"As with the first book, this sequel is all style and little substance....There is no hint of a resolution, making the book entirely incapable of standing on its own" - VOYA

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Lindsey

"Seeing Redd": Reader Review
"Seeing Redd" is an amazing book, in my opinion. I have recently finished this trilogy, and I must say that - even though this is a fictional book - I have learned a lot about character, anger, and imagination. By the way, this is one of my personal favorites :)

Elva

Seeing Redd
Queen Alyss has no imagination left what will she do? I loved this book, I had to finish reading it I couldn't put it down. What will happen next in ArchEnemy?

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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 There’s 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).

After the global success of There’s Something About Mary, he formed Automatic Pictures, over which he still presides, to develop creative properties. “After ‘Mary’ I put a bunch of projects into development,” he says. “At the same time, though, I was coming to realize that, as a producer, you’re a facilitator for the creative team, but what I really wanted to be was a creator. Of course it’...

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