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Abducted To Oz

Auhtor: Robert Evans

Language: english
Published: 2003

Genres:

fiction,  fantasy
Downloads: 472
eBook size: 141Kb

Review by Chandler, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Abducted To Oz':

This book was unreadable. The writing was poor. The storyline didnt work. I love Oz--but didnt keep this one.

Excerpts from the Book 'Abducted To Oz':


... The Emperor of this region is none other than Nick Chopper, the tin man who had befriended Dorothy on her first visit to Oz. To the East is the blue ...
... had come to live in the Emerald City after Princess Ozma had magically enlarged him to human-size, had become very good friends with Dorothy. He was ...
... to all of the Witch's enemies. Especially Dorothy, as her primary memory was based upon the scene on the float, rather than any history before or after ...
... appearance. Everything, every solitary atom (and that includes the atoms that presently constitute your body and mine), were back in that great ...
... would find that it would encircle not only one solar system, but many other solar systems beyond. However, I am digressing from my story of the creation ...
... man. And believe you me, I have run more Miss America beauty pageants than you can shake a stick at. You are lovelier than any of those girls. You ...
... said. Then, realizing that she had actually said something polite, she added, You bizarre jumble of soup cans and gigabytes. She saw that Graham ...
... Augustus, Mark Anthony, Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Aristotle, and Plato. It seemed that every historical figure of note was present aboard the plane, not ...
... were poking around Italy 3 or 4 weeks ago, I was told that you were ill, but straightway saw it contradicted in a newspaper. Now comes this paragraph ...
... had actually crossed paths or had just known the Fields independent of one another. Either way, it was interesting to note that they were contemporaries. ...
... to confuse us. Planes simply cannot exist in Oz. Transportation is either by foot or via some magical contrivance such as the animated Gump or the ...
... pals of mine! I'm a raging lion, after all! I am big! I am strong! I'm the unchallenged King of the Beasts! I am the- He dove behind a bush when the ...
... time we all will spend! We will not want it e'er to end! She sang in her most dignified manner. Of course, Scraps and dignity are about as compatible ...
... weeds for that sometimes. That's why I was burning them away. I can make fire come out of my eyes when I'm angry, and these wicked weeds certainly ...
... make things right again. As it is, I can't help Telly, and I can never go home to America again, either! The horse nestled down beside the boy. Only ...
... name. And no one but he would have the audacity to... . His heart pounded so loudly that Graham could hear it from across the room. Then the troll-horse ...
... How delightful it would be to eat the two of you together! The Lion was visibly shaken by this idea. I d-d-don't want to be t-t-toast! he bellowed ...
... their favorite Rankin-Bass Oz cartoon episodes? We are broadcasting from the peak of Some Summit. Now, come on, let's be lively about this. We haven't ...
... she had only imagined the voice. Yet she could not bring herself to walk down his street again. It was another glorious day. Helen had the day off and ...
... went inside, with Telly asking question after question. After supper, everyone went out to the porch to talk. Graham sat on one of those swinging ...