Well... I LOVED the End of Alice and I thought that ordering this would be some further establishment of the book's criminal genius. I'm sorry to say that I was slightly wrong.
It seems more like Homes wrote this outrageously provacative story and then tried to retract it like she's Chaucer or somebody. It actually took some of the magic out off the original story for me.
As a student of psychology, I tend to enjoy sick things, especially when there is no sound explaination to their origin. For me, Poe said it best: "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence -- whether much that is glorious -- whether all that is profound -- does not spring from disease of thought -- from moods of mind exalted at the expense of the general intellect."
Anyway, I wouldn't buy this for $12 twice or if I realized how tiny it was going to be (61 relevant pages put together like a child's book of bedtime stories even though I do get the irony). Maybe if the price were cut in half and maybe if it further expounded on Homes' original sick genius instead of trying to make up for it.
And I'm also not saying that this isn't something worth buying... I just like having the physical images and the rest of the story left up to my imagination.