|About the Book|
Alice has always wanted to have her own adventures in Wonderland, so when her television screen swings inwards, she just has to investigate. Inside the television, Alice hears the White Rabbit calling her. She follows in the direction of his voice, and so begins her journey in the maze. A journey, not into a wonderland, but into the world of animal experiments. There she will meet robot cats, two-headed dogs, an onco-mouse, and many other animals. She will have to confront the Mad Tester who thinks he can prove arsenic isnt poisonous and penicillin is. And when Professor Egghead (who performs head transplantation experiments) orders Off with her head, Alice knows she must try to escape from the maze. Sadly, too much of this book is fact. Inside the Maze is humorous, informative and moving - a very worthwhile book. Tony Page, Doctor of Philosophy in Literature. An excellent read and very thought provoking. Lynsey Dye (Naturewatch). Mark has managed to get everything in - it is amazing. Gill Redfearn (Plan 2000). A very novel approach to exposing vivisection. Jill Russell, DCR. Cleverly based on Alice in Wonderland, and quite brilliantly introduces the unscientificness and futility of vivisection. Joy Palmer (Doctors and Lawyers for Responsible Medicine).