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The Marvelous Land of Oz

L. Frank Baum (1856-1919)

1. Preface and Author’s Note
2. Tip Manufactures a Pumkinhead
3. The Marvelous Powder of Life
4. The Flight of the Fugitives
5. Tip Makes an Experiment in Magic
6. The Awakening of the Saw-horse
7. Jack Pumpkinhead’s Ride to the Emerald City
8. His Majesty the Scarecrow
9. Gen. Jinjur’s Army of Revolt
10. The Scarecrow Plans an Escape
11. The Journey to the Tin Woodman
12. A Nickel-Plated Emperor
13. Mr. H.M. Woggle-Bug T.E.
14. A Highly Magnified History
15. Old Mombi Indulges in Witchcraft
16. The Prisoners of the Queen
17. The Scarecrow Takes Time to Think
18. The Astonishing Flight of the Gump
19. In the Jackdaw’s Nest
20. Dr. Nikidik’s Famous Wishing Pills
21. The Scarecrow Appeals to Glenda the Good
22. The Tin-Woodman Plucks a Rose
23. The Transformation of Old Mombi
24. Princess Ozma of Oz
25. The Riches of Content

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Published in 1904, The Marvelous Land of Oz is the second book in Baum’s Oz series and follows the adventures of Tip, a young boy who travels the mystical Oz after running away from the terrifying witch Mombi. Furthermore, the novel reunites readers with familiar characters including the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, Glinda the Good Witch, while also introducing bright new characters who deem to be just as memorable. Unlimited action, intense magic, captivating characters, and an unexpected twist, the adventure novel has remained a classic for generations, and has only strengthened the series appeal with its fresh intake on the familiar set. The novel begins with the introduction of young protagonist Tip, who after a failed effort to frighten the wicked witch Mombi is threatened to be turned into a marble statue as retribution. Feeling he has no other choice, Tip decides to run away from Gillikin Country and from the person to whom he has been both ward and servant as long as he can remember. Consequently, Tip sets out to Emerald City accompanied by his trusted companions Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse, who were both brought to life with the help of a magical powder obtained by Mombi from a sorcerer. However, as the group gets separated, Tip is caught up in a revolt organized by an all-girl army led by General Jinjur who plans to overthrow the current ruler of the Emerald City. After one event leading to another, the protagonist and his companions, who now also include the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman, find themselves in a mission to overtake Emerald City. With the help of Glinda the Good Witch, the group must defeat the evil Mombi while also attempt to quash the rebellion and restore rule to its rightful heir. Baum cleverly weaves adventure, wit, endearing characters and suspense into one extraordinary piece, as he effectively depicts a broader view of the magical land and adds a bit of history, hence creating an original plot separate from its renowned prequel. Fortified by new literary elements, The Marvelous Land of Oz is the chance to rediscover Oz and reaffirm the author’s imaginative capabilities, as the novel is not to be taken simply at face value but admired for its hidden worth.



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The story is good, but the narration was uneven and at time slow.


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The narration was very good, if you like this type of reader. I didn't really hear any unnatural flows, some hesitations but it was hard to hear them. The "Mis pronounced words" was just how the reader said it, and if you listened you could follow on which character was speaking.



Great book! Its wonderful, and the narrator is great!



this book is very good! I also like the person who reads it!


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OMG I love this book1 Thank you Mr.Frank!


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Always a classic story, but I found the narration distractingly bad. Unnatural flow and hesitations, clearly mis-pronounced words, and every "voice" done so similarly that it was hard to follow which character was supposed to have said what. It was clear the reader had never read this prior to recording it.


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The best. You've got to read this.


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My father read it to me once and now I’m having fun listening to it again and the reader is amazingly awesome!