As Dorothy awakes in Oz there's no sunshine in Munchkin country, just a twisted race enslaved by the Eastern witch, and a crooked path of yellow bricks she has to take to the mysterious Emerald City, a place ridden with sinister secrets.
She finds strange friends, encounters amazing countries and macabre creatures...
This isn't the Oz you know, and Dorothy may never leave.
|Publisher:||Wild Wolf Publishing|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Born in Bridgend, Wales, Scott Stanford started making films and writing short fantasy and horror stories at a young age. Years later, after reading John Milton’s 'Paradise Lost' alongside Bret Easton Ellis's 'American Psycho' this passion quickly grew. Firstly working with screenplays and film projects, a number of short stories were soon published in magazines, followed by a short film being exhibited in a Peter Greenway exhibition. Soon, after experimenting in poetry and a slew of short stories came a debut novel, with more to follow. Since then he's been writing as a novelist, and even turned down working with Samuel L. Jackson in the process. Now releasing his fourth novel 'Dorothy: the darker side of Oz' Scott currently lives in Manchester with his wife, a curious harlequin rabbit named Dexter, and Jimmy Joyce, a loveable Labrador.