Dorothy of Oz, Volume 4

Dorothy of Oz, Volume 4

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by Son Hee-Joon
     
 

  • Mystery, adventure, and more lie along the yellow brick road! Dorothy, Toto,

    and Abee are joined by Namu — the cybernetically enhanced man known by the

    codename "Tin Woodsman." Namu is fast, strong, and has more combat tricks up

    his sleeve than a Swiss army knife. But he lacks one

    quality...emotion.

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  • Mystery, adventure, and more lie along the yellow brick road! Dorothy, Toto,

    and Abee are joined by Namu — the cybernetically enhanced man known by the

    codename "Tin Woodsman." Namu is fast, strong, and has more combat tricks up

    his sleeve than a Swiss army knife. But he lacks one

    quality...emotion.

Editorial Reviews

Library Journal

It's déjà vu for 16-year-old Mara when her dog Toto finds that old glove she brought back-on the glove are the letters OZ. She starts to remember...it was ten years ago, wasn't it? Then Toto dashes off down an alley. She chases him...the alley widens into the Yellow Brick Road...and she's not in Seoul anymore. In this new Oz, the witches have paranormal powers based on science. Mara finds hospitality with Selluriah, the friendly Witch of the East (in a switch from the original story where East is evil) who calls her "Dorothy" and teaches her what the glove can do. And when Mara tries on the witch's red boots and taps her heels, she suddenly morphs into a sexy witch herself! But a surprise attack of the Witch of the West's clones leaves Selluriah dead and Mara on the run. As she tries to avoid enemies and find a way home, she meets her three sidekicks. Her new Scarecrow is a telekinetic clone from the East, the Tin Woodman a cyborg from the South, and the Cowardly Lion a mutant chimera from the North. This reworking of Oz standbys offers constant surprises, a convoluted plot, numerous satisfying combat sequences, and attractive art. There is some inexplicit near-nudity when Mara morphs into her witch persona. For teens and up.
—Martha Cornog

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781897376348
Publisher:
UDON Entertainment Corporation
Publication date:
11/11/2008
Series:
Dorothy of Oz Series
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

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Dorothy of Oz, Volume 4 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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This book is going to be so good! I just know it! This is so exciting!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book series are great i have read the other one's but i know this will be good as well. Hope ya get it worth the $