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Tik-Tok of Oz

L. Frank Baum

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .greenhouse and came to its entrance without meeting with anyone at all. A door stood ajar, so Hank went in first, thinking if there was any danger he could back out and warn his companion. But Betsy was close at his heels and the moment she entered was lost in amazement at the wonderful sight she saw.

The greenhouse was filled with magnificent rosebushes, all growing in big pots. On the central stem of each bush bloomed a splendid Rose, gorgeously colored and deliciously fragrant, and in the center of each Rose was the face of a lovely girl.

As Betsy and Hank entered, the heads of the Roses were drooping and their eyelids were closed in slumber; but the mule was so amazed that he uttered a loud “Hee-haw!” and at the sound of his harsh voice the rose leaves fluttered, the Roses raised their heads and a hundred startled eyes were instantly fixed upon the intruders.

“I—I beg your pardon!” stammered Betsy, blushing a. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Even roses can be misogynists.

I don't know, but as I read this, I wondered whether this book was originally a non Oz book that was reworked to be fit into the Oz series. There are some glaring inconsistencies--for instance, Polychrome and the Shaggy Man not only met in Road to Oz but spent most of the book in each other's compan

Everything we've come to expect from an Oz book, this time with added dragons! (I love me some dragons, I do...)

Also, we finally get some answers as to why Toto seems to be the only animal in Oz who can't talk! About time...more

I so enjoy the knowledge of the fact that Dorothy sends these stories of Oz to America via wireless telegraph. Plus, I love the fact that Baum just invented the idea of cellphones decades before any such thing was on the market. Oh, and I relish in knowing that there's an actual tree that grows book

Certainly the worst of the first eight Oz books, and I only don't include the ones thereafter because I haven't read them. Was it written by a disinterested ghostwriter? Where are the creativity and party dynamic? The first third of the book is a dull exercise in assembling the characters; you can a

Mr. Baum, Mr. Baum, Mr. Baum. Really?? Don't you remember that Shaggy and Polychrome met each other and traveled together three books ago? Or that the Love Magnet doesn't need to be seen to work? And why on earth did you change the Nome King's name from Roquat to Ruggedo? Even my 9-year-old remember

3,5

Best part of this story, written in 1914, was when Ozma called the Shaggy Man on a "wireless telephone", a device invented by the Wizard that allowed them to converse with perfect ease without a wire connection. Yes, the Wizard invented cellphones. Crazy!!

Holy shit Toto talked! Review to come (maybe)

Ann Soforth is a Queen of a tiny Kingdom which is a part of Oz. One day she decided sweeping floors is below queen's dignity (her Kingdom was that small) and some conquering is in order. She conscripted practically every single man and went out to conquer and plunder.

At the same time a girl named B

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