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:
Here's the blurb:
Illegal Magic in Oz!
Edward Einhorn returns to the Land of Oz in this much-anticipated
sequel to his critically acclaimed Oz novel Paradox in Oz.
What do you do when your mother is arrested for practicing
For thirteen-year-old Buddy the answer is easy-he's off to rescue
her from imprisonment in the Emerald City of Oz!
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?
With help from friends such as the living hat stand that calls
the Earl of Haberdashery, Buddy at last reaches his mother only to
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
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.
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.