Grimm Fairy Tales: Oz
The world faces a gathering storm that threatens to drown it in darkness. The only hope to stop the coming evil rests on an unlikely hero: a Kansas farm girl named Dorothy Gale. Unbeknownst to Dorothy, highborn blood flows through her veins and with it, the power to save Earth and the realms of... show more
The world faces a gathering storm that threatens to drown it in darkness. The only hope to stop the coming evil rests on an unlikely hero: a Kansas farm girl named Dorothy Gale. Unbeknownst to Dorothy, highborn blood flows through her veins and with it, the power to save Earth and the realms of power that surround it. But Dorothy must first learn to use her unharnessed abilities before the witches of Oz destroy her and everyone else that stands in their way. Zenescope Entertainment presents another incredible tale of adventure and fantasy with this mesmerizing and epic re-imagining of a classic!
Publish date: 2014-03-18
Pages no: 156
Edition language: English
Have I ever mentioned how much I love retellings? If you’ve read some of my blog entries about other books I’ve read, I may have mentioned it a few times... okay maybe more than a few. And you may be already annoyed. Sorry. Let’s move on...While I may not be much of an Oz fan, I didn’t pass up the c...
After reading Tales of Oz, I was excited and looking forward to diving into Grimm Fairy Tales: Oz. While the illustrations were amazing I found them to be borderline pornographic, and a little distracting at times. This reimaging is filled with a lot of gore, which I didn’t mind but I feel like thi...
I have posted my full review of this on my blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Click on the link above to check it out.
An adult re-imagining of The Wizard of Oz, a skimpily-dressed adult Dorothy finds herself embroiled in the battle of a foreign land where it is revealed she is the only one who can stop the Wicked Witch of the West from destroying Oz. As far as re-imaginings go, this one was a little ‘out there.’ ...
Provided through NetGalley for an honest review 4 OZ-TASTIC STARSThis beautifully illustrated. Though the story story was a little simple and quick, it still worked. I like how I though the villainous traitor was one person and it turned out to be the one I never expected. I like how Oz was a real u...
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