Cheshire Crossing

Cheshire Crossing

The three meet here, at Cheshire Crossing--a boarding school where girls like them learn how to cope with their supernatural experiences and harness their magical world-crossing powers. But the trio--now teenagers, who've had their fill of meddling authority figures--aren't content to sit still in a classroom. Soon they're dashing from one universe to the next, leaving havo The three meet here, at Cheshire Crossing--a boarding school where girls like them learn how to cope with their super...

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Title:Cheshire Crossing
Author:Andy Weir
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:B07JL49RW6
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Cheshire Crossing Reviews

  • Shelley
    Jul 29, 2019
    Dorothy, Alice, and Wendy end up at a boarding school in their teens, after years of their families worried about their sanity, and then end up crossing into each other's "make believe" worlds. The premise is very interesting, and adding an unnamed nanny with an umbrella who can jump i...
  • Alexa Hamilton
    Aug 05, 2019
    Do you want to read fanfic about Alice Liddell, Dorothy Gale and Wendy Darling? As comics? Well, you've come to the right place. I loved the exploration of what everyone's powers were and how the worlds could be all mixed up. It's definitely fun, and I bet the first chapter or two coul...
  • Lesley
    Apr 09, 2019
    I got this book for free at ECCC 2019. I was excited to read it, as I love graphic novels! Unfortunately, it was just okay for me. Maybe if I had a stronger tie to the characters I would have enjoyed it? I think the art was really fantastic, but the girls didn't "read" as older teens t...
  • Stefanie
    Aug 04, 2019
    What a fun story! Andy Weir, the guy who wrote The Martian and Artemis, apparently also likes to write fanfic and draw. This story came out of him wondering what happened to Alice in Wonderland, Dorothy of Oz, and Wendy of Neverland after they had grown up a little. They are all now te...
  • Sarah Clark
    Aug 28, 2019
    Badass girls who have experiences with mythical lands? Yes please. Dorothy, Alice, and Wendy all come together in this book, and they are teens now. I loved the character development, the interaction between the worlds of Oz, Wonderland and Neverland, and appreciated how playful it was...
  • Tina Christopher
    Jul 17, 2019
    This was rather charming and a lot of fun. I love the concept and Sarah's illustrations. Andy did a good job connecting the original stories to his new mash-up world. ...
  • La Coccinelle
    Aug 12, 2019
    This is just painful. I thought perhaps it would be a decent graphic novel. After all, it's Andy Weir (of The Martian) and Sarah Andersen (of Sarah's Scribbles). Aside from the decent illustrations, though, this is just bad fanfiction. I can't take historical fiction seriously when ...
  • Nicole
    Jul 11, 2019
    I got this because I'm a huge fan of Sarah Andersen from Sarah Scribbles. The sneak peak she posted was enough to get my attention, and while it's not the first time these three characters have been put together, I was definitely willing for something easy and light. However, it was...
  • Melissa (The Reader & The Chef)
    Aug 19, 2019
    *Thanks to PRH Audio for the free review copy in exchange of my honest opinion!* I listened to this audiobook and it has a full cast! The performance was amazing, the sound effects spot-on, and the Wicked Witch of the West certainly took the spotlight (she nailed the evil laugh!)....
  • Courtney
    Jul 22, 2019
    I was not expecting to like this. I love these characters; they are my childhood heroines. However, somewhere along the way, I changed my expectations and I thought of this as expensive/mainstream fanfic, which made it more bearable. There were things I thought were well done (Alice b...
  • Sarah
    Apr 29, 2019
    This work is getting an awful lot of buzz and excitement and accompanying favorable reviews. This tale of Wendy, Dorothy, and Alice after their adventure coping with life now in the early 1900s told in graphic novel format by Andy Weir. Perhaps the same crowd who is excited about th...
  • Deanna Siegel
    Jul 19, 2019
    I can't say I enjoyed this one. Wendy, Alice, and Dorothy meet in a school for the gifted and embark on an adventure across each of their worlds. The plot was a mess, the language and content skewed much older than the intended audience, and there wasn't much explanation for any of the...
  • Vanesa ✌️ ♡
    Feb 05, 2019
    I read the first 10 episodes online and I absolutely loved it. I cannot wait until July to get the full story. AMAZING! Update I finished the series, it is hands down one of the best graphic novels I have ever read as an adult. The author takes characters I love and turns them on t...
  • Tom Malinowski
    Aug 05, 2019
    Andy Weir, who wrote The Martian and Artemis, pens this whimsical tale. Dorothy, Alice, and Wendy are now teenagers and sent to Cheshire Crossing to discuss how they're dealing with life after being in another world. When the teens go back into their worlds, they accidentally reunite t...
  • Becky B
    Aug 05, 2019
    What do you do with a little girl who says she's been to this strange and magical land during the days she was missing from home? Get her psychological help. And if they persist in those stories? Then you jump at the opportunity when a man with a boarding school specifically for young ...
  • Nancy
    Aug 29, 2019
    Dorothy from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice of Alice?s Adventures in Wonderland, and Peter Pan?s Wendy are now teens and very misunderstood- no one else believed their wild stories, and they were diagnosed as delusional. However, the teachers at the boarding school Cheshire Cros...
  • Jenny
    Aug 09, 2019
    Has there ever been a book more up my alley? I don?t think so. Fairy tale base, bad ass young women, twists and turns and some favorite big bads.....the only downfall is that I have to wait for a sequel!! ...
  • Rod Brown
    Aug 18, 2019
    When you get famous enough as a writer, the joke goes, you can even get your grocery list published. Or, in this case, a graphic novel of your online fan fiction. And the publisher will even offer to have a high profile artist like Sarah Andersen of Sarah's Scribbles redraw it for you....
  • Annika
    Sep 04, 2019
    This was a cool idea, don't get me wrong. The idea of combining three characters from weird classic tales and putting them into one adventure is cool. But given that the story was set somewhere in the early 1900s (1910, I think) Wendy's outfit and hairstyle doesn't really make sens...
  • julianna ➹
    Jun 16, 2019
    a graphic novella that is above three stars... finally Maybe it was that it was in a physical format? Maybe it was that this was a gift to me from my friend?? (thank you to her!!!!! idk if she reads my trashfire reviews or immediately clicks away before grimacing, which I would tota...
  • Calley Odum
    Jul 12, 2019
    W-wh-what did I just read? Like... um... The art is appropriate for ages 8+ The language is appropriate for ages 14+ The content is appropriate for ages 15+ The general plot will appeal to ages 12-25 The plot pacing was geared toward ages 10- The concept ? literary ladi...
  • Josh
    Aug 14, 2019
    I had a lot of fun with reading this. The writing maybe had some weaknesses in the overall plot, but there's a lot to like here. The art is engaging, and a fun change of pace for Anderson (as much as I love her comics). Weir's story finds an effective way to draw these characters toget...
  • Natalie
    Aug 21, 2019
    The story was fun, and I the jokes were great. I loved it when Peter got hold of Alice?s growing potions and turned into a lovelorn teenager. I liked the teamup of the 3 girls, and I loved Nanny. Great story, and Sarah?s art was gorgeous! I even thought Wendy looked a little like a...
  • Samantha Beard
    Mar 23, 2019
    Somewhere between a 4 and a 5 for me! I really enjoyed this take on portal fantasy, and what happens to our favorite childhood heroines after their adventures are over. It is a bit of a grown up story, though at times I found myself forgetting that the girls were older. Some things in ...
  • N (they/them)
    Sep 12, 2019
    Sometimes, you read a book about women and you can really really tell that it was written by a man. And that was this book. And I'm not talking about the art style here, because it was amazing and I actually really enjoyed it in this book! I'm talking about the dialogue and the actuall...
  • soleil
    Aug 01, 2019
    Find this review on BookTrib.com! In an exhilarating convergence of literature?s best female heroines, Cheshire Crossing (Ten Speed Press) is not your mother?s storybook. Sure, it includes romps through Wonderland, Oz and Neverland, but the characters are older and scrappier t...
  • The Nerd Daily
    Jul 21, 2019
    Originally published on The Nerd Daily | Review by Annie McCann Andy Weir, author of The Martian, Artemis, and The Egg, is back with a graphic novel like no other. What happens to Alice when she comes back from Wonderland? Wendy from Neverland? Dorothy from Oz? This graphic novel is...
  • Sophie_The_Jedi_Knight
    Mar 06, 2019
    3/6/19: OH MY GOODNESS. THAT COVER. DOROTHY, ALICE, AND WENDY???? I AM SO IN. Y'know, I've thought of a book with Dorothy and Alice as the MCs, but if I imagined a third member it would've been Lucy from the Chronicles of Narnia. Wendy is an excellent choice, though. I've ...
  • Tucker
    Dec 22, 2018
    Many thanks to Ten Speed Press for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review Oh, this was such a mess. I had such high hopes because I love Sarah Anderson's art and I've heard so much praise for Andy Weir. Now, the art was great. Sarah did her best with what she was given...
  • Bob
    Jul 11, 2019
    What did I think? What did I think? I'm sorry. You can't ask me this after I've read this book, 'what do you think'. Screw you, Andy Weir. Screw you for all you've done. I bought this book, and do you know what? At first, I liked it. At first I decided 'hey, i'll give it a shot! ...