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Sort order. Mar 16, Krista D. So, when I say that I felt this was well-written, well-compiled, and well-edited, you are hearing this from a non-fan of the genre. There were a few stories I had to stop reading; otherwise, I'd need to sleep with the lights on for a week. And yet, I felt compelled to still give the next story a try. I found myself pushing my own limits in the genre because I enjoyed the short stories in this so much. I'm so happy to see a new publisher really pushing the limits by putting out this anthology.
It's creepy. It's twisted. And it will change your view of Oz forever.
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Nov 23, Gef added it. While it's a bit of a conflict of interest to review this anthology, since one of my short stories appears in its pages, I feel comfortable in mentioning that when I had a chance to read the other contributors' works I was pleased with the end result. I think Wizard of Oz fans could find worse ways to spend their time than reading some stories from this book. Mar 22, E. MacCallum rated it really liked it.
Great anthology! Of course I'm bias because I have a story in it, but I still had a lot of fun reading it. The stories are all so different and unique. You won't read the same short story twice. Eleanor rated it it was amazing Nov 14, C rated it liked it Jun 04, Gary rated it it was amazing Jul 18, Wil rated it really liked it Jan 18, Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez rated it it was amazing Oct 10, Darrell Spradlyn rated it liked it Jul 07, Myles Away rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Jim Grogan rated it liked it Jun 19, Ryan Stowinsky rated it liked it Mar 03, Ames rated it really liked it Apr 22, Ash rated it it was amazing Aug 21, Mugsy Crow rated it really liked it Apr 03, Apr 30, E.
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Shadows of the Emerald City
Vega III marked it as to-read Mar 25, Angela Craig added it May 04, Shawn Trucks marked it as to-read Jun 19, Schnarr added it Jul 16, Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? Ask it above. The Scariest Wizard of Oz Stories you've ever read! This 19 story collection of horror stories contains some of the brightest Indie Stars writing today. What are you waiting for? OZ Awaits Frank Baum. Often toted as America's First Fairy Tale, this heartwarming classic has been made and remade again and again across every medium known to man.
The themes are timeless, the characters themselves beloved. But like all fairy tales, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has one foot planted in the fantastic, and the other foot planted in blood. Explore the darker side of Oz Here are 19 tales by some of today's hottest Indie writers peeling back the emerald layers of the land of Oz and revealing the pink, bloody flesh beneath.
Some of the people and places you may recognize from your childhood, but you won't believe what happens to them. Shadows DO fall in the Emerald City, and where they are their darkest is where you will find the true terror of Oz. Featuring Stories by: Mark Onspaugh, H.