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  • David Lenander
    Jun 15, 2005
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      I read (and enjoyed) _Paradox in Oz_, so I will look out for this. But
      we should also note another long-time member's new Oz book: _The
      Emerald Wand of Oz_, by Sherwood Smith, which I think is supposed to be
      out this month, though I've not yet seen it anywhere.

      On Jun 15, 2005, at 6:29 AM, mythsoc@yahoogroups.com wrote:

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      > 1. The Living House of Oz
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      > From: "utc_61" <utc_61@...>
      > Subject: The Living House of Oz
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      > Hello,
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      > I've been a long time member of the Mythopoetic Society, and I just
      > wanted to announce my new book, which I'm very excited about, and
      > which finally available today! It's called "The Living House of Oz",
      > it's the sequel to "Paradox in Oz", both of which, of course, are
      > sequel's to Baum's Oz series. You can look up information about the
      > books at the publisher's website:
      > www.hungrytigerpress.com/books/livinghouse.shtml
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      > Here's the blurb:
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      > Illegal Magic in Oz!
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      > Edward Einhorn returns to the Land of Oz in this much-anticipated
      > sequel to his critically acclaimed Oz novel Paradox in Oz.
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      > What do you do when your mother is arrested for practicing
      > witchcraft?
      > For thirteen-year-old Buddy the answer is easy-he's off to rescue
      > her from imprisonment in the Emerald City of Oz!
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      > Obstacles loom on every side. The giant Bumblebeast brandishes a
      > terrible sting. The Adepts at Magic refuse to help Buddy with their
      > powers. And who are the shadowy creatures with animal heads pursuing
      > Buddy for mysterious reasons?
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      > With help from friends such as the living hat stand that calls
      > itself
      > the Earl of Haberdashery, Buddy at last reaches his mother only to
      > find
      > he must challenge the Wizard of Oz and Glinda the Good, the most
      > powerful magic-workers in Oz. As if that isn't enough, the
      > incredible
      > secret of Buddy's past suddenly bursts forth for all to see.
      > Questions and threats bombard him from every side as Buddy finally
      > faces the most important choice of his life.
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      > Overflowing with magic, adventure, and everyone's favorite Oz
      > characters-the Scarecrow, Dorothy, Tempus the Parrot-Ox, and many
      > more. The Living House of Oz is a thrilling and hilarious romp from
      > start to finish.
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      > http://www.hungrytigerpress.co­m/books/livinghouse.shtml
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      David Lenander
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