EPUB ½ MOBI The Scarecrow of Oz · 9781421818900

MOBI The Scarecrow of Oz

EPUB ½ MOBI The Scarecrow of Oz · 9781421818900 Ý Cap'n Bill and Trot journey to Oz and with the help of the Scarecrow the former ruler of Oz overthrow the villainous King Krewl of JinxlandOverthrow the villainous King Krewl of Jinxlan It was so different from the other Oz tales but definitely one of my favorites Thank you my friend for reading this series with me

L. Frank Baum º The Scarecrow of Oz EBOOK

Help of the Scarecrow the former ruler of Oz I really enjoyed the back half of the book once they got to Oz The romantic subplot was delightful and I can always use Orks

READER ´ The Scarecrow of Oz º L. Frank Baum

The Scarecrow of OzCap'n Bill and Trot journey to Oz and with the Cap'n Bill and Trot are the characters from the other author series Their appearance here makes this installment a crossover Crossover or not the overall plot is very similar to that of the previous book These two people were sucked in a giant whirlpool and ended up in an unknown place They had a lot of adventures and met some exotic creatures trying to get to civilization the Land of Oz in this case If you think it sounds familiar Dorothy was in this same situation at least 4 times before and so was Betsy Bobbin in the last book you are absolutely right Continuing with the similarity of the previous book this one was named after another old favorite character who appeared well in the second half of the tale and did not have time to do anything exciting whatsoever Last time it was Tik Tok and this time it was Scarecrow's turn Ozma and Dorothy make a guest appearance at the very end in both cases This installment was supposed to be Baum's favorite but I did not find it such because of all the repetitions I mentioned above It was entertaining enough to be better than 2 stars and annoying enough read riddled with plot holes to be worse than 4 stars so 3 stars it is At this point I will continue with the series for two reasons the books are short and I want to read the last Baum's book something about its reviews made me curious