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The Marvelous Land of Oz: Being an Account of the Further Adventures of the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman is the second of L. Frank Baum's books set in the Land of Oz, and the sequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Tons of exciting things happen in this book, including the story of the little boy Tip who makes a magic sawhorse and then a Pumpkin headed man come to life, runs away from the witch Old Mombi and seeks to find the Emerald City where the Scarecrow rules in all of his maginficience. Be prepared for dangerous encounters, exciting plot twists and marvelously brave (and stupid in the case of the Pumpkin headed man) heroes. Listen and be amazed!
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The story is good, but the narration was uneven and at time slow.
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!
OMG I love this book1 Thank you Mr.Frank!
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.
The best. You've got to read this.
My father read it to me once and now I’m having fun listening to it again and the reader is amazingly awesome!
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