Free books friday week 2 – Alice in wonderland by Lewis Caroll

Posted on Friday, January 14th, 2011

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In this week’s Free Book Friday, we focus on one of the most influential classic novels in the fantasy genre: Alice in wonderland (or in full: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland). This 1865 novel, written by English Author Lewis Caroll, is listed in the public domain, which means that the book is freely available to the general public.

In fact, the book entered the public domain in 1908 already after the expiration of it’s copyright in the UK. And at least 8 new editions of the book are published in that same year alone!

As most of us know, the book tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and enters a fantasy world populated by the most bizarre and fantastic creatures. The book certainly was a sensation, since it’s first mass publishing in the 1860s. Both children and adults loved it, while having Queen Victoria and the young Oscar Wild among its first avid readers. Until this day, the book has never been out of print.

So don’t wait to read this book and experience your childhood again by entering wonderland! You can read it online or download it to your pc, iphone, ipad, kindle, etc. right here: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

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