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Told with Jean Ure's trademark deftness of characterisation and dialogue ... it does have Alice making the right moves to end her desperate situation. It's polished, accomplished and at the same time deeply involving (Armadillo)
This is a very clever twist on the Alice in Wonderland sotry, which tackles som very big issues but can be read on many levels depending on your age (Newcastle upon tyne evening chronicles)
Impossible to read Bad Alice and forget it. Abuse is a difficult subject for fiction, but here it is treated with sensitivity and understanding ... will undoubtedly earn a place in school libraries for many years to come. (School Library Journal)
A hard-hitting and challenging novel about 13 year old Duffy's friendship with girl next door, Alice. What at first appears to be a lively imagination and a fixation with Alice in Wonderland, is revealed as a poignant cry for help as Duffy discovers the truth about the abuse Alice is suffering at home.See all Product Description
I am 12 years old and loved <3 this book! I couldn't stop reading and really felt for Alice and Duffy. There is an amazing twist at the end that I didn't see coming! :D :D :D :DPublished on 29 May 2012 by AshHolly
This is such a wonderful, intelligent book! Don't try to find out about the plot first - just read it! Exceptional!Published on 2 Sept. 2009 by An English Teacher