Alice's Sexual Adventure in Wonderland

Ora le Brocq’s rendition of Alice in Wonderland, Alice’s Sexual Adventures in Wonderland is not for the faint of heart. While the preliminary story line is essentially the same, Alice still falls down the rabbit hole, still meets the basic cast of characters and endures a journey that helps her “find herself.” The basic premise was there, but the story fell short for me, honestly. Alice, young, sheltered, innocent… falls down a hole and suddenly embarks on a sexual awakening that is… awe-inspiring, to say the least. There is no happily ever after in this story. There is no relationship budding between Alice and any of the multiple partners she hooks up with. Let me reiterate: this is not for the romantic minded individual who wants to see these. There are a lot of sexual interactions between Alice and a myriad of Wonderland members. I had a difficult time equating the innocent Alice with the sexed up Alice in Wonderland. She shed her inhibitions with astounding ease. The story was interesting and meshed well but lacked substance.

Book Blurb for Alice's Sexual Adventure in Wonderland

Alice Totti, frowned-upon daughter of the stuffy Lord and Lady Totti, is a young lady hiding in her books and art when she is whisked off by an insane mechanical centipede to Wonderland. There she finds a land being ripped apart by oppression and mechanization, coordinated by the tyrannical Queen of Hearts and her mysterious ally, the Bush.
Will the timid Alice survive her ordeal? Will she find the strength inside to fight for what's right? Will she find the strength inside to simply be herself? And what role will the Mad Hatter and the Red Queen play in Alice's journey of erotic self discovery?

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2010 3.25