Some months after her trip by tornado, a mysterious photograph summons teenage Dorothy back to Oz. A boy from Kansas accompanies her — or is it really him? In Oz, she faces mortal dangers. In the process she learns much about herself, as well as the alternate earth in which Oz exists — a world called Erdavon, where magic, not science, reigns.
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About the Author
Leo John Moser and Carol Marie Nelson are a father and daughter team.
Leo was born in that part of Los Angeles usually characterized as Hollywood, but he has seldom been there since.
He is a former diplomat and university professor. He has had several books in the non-fiction category published: The Technology Trap: Survival in a Man-made Environment, published by Nelson Hall Inc.; The Chinese Mosaic: The Peoples and Provinces of China. Westview Press; The Political Culture of the United States, Gavilan. He and Carol coauthored an Oz book published by Whitfield & Dodd Publications.
Carol was raised around the world, in Washington D.C., in Moscow, in Venezuela, in Taiwan, et alia. She has been active in script writing and resides in Burbank, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Terrible pacing and editing. I actually don't hate the idea of expanding upon and modernizing the classic Oz story into something a little more modern. And the story itself is not at all bad, but it is far too long. There are pages and pages and pages in which nothing happens to advance the story. And there are pages and pages and pages of tedious conversation about minutia. Then the whole thing ended so abruptly that I wasn't even sure it was over. If the first 900 pages had been severely tightened up, it would have improved the story a great deal and allowed space to end it properly.