[PDF/EBOOK] The Wishing Horse of Oz


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    [PDF/EBOOK] The Wishing Horse of Oz Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW CHARACTERS Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Ruth Plumly Thompson Probably my least enjoyed Oz book There was some good fun in the second half of the book with Dorothy but the first third was rather dull I think I prefer Baum’s books to Thompson’s

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    READ The Wishing Horse of Oz CHARACTERS Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Ruth Plumly Thompson Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW Beth Thomas's superb narration in the LibriVox audiobook makes this book a terrific whimsy

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    [PDF/EBOOK] The Wishing Horse of Oz Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW CHARACTERS Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Ruth Plumly Thompson This was a very lovely book I know some Oz fans have a lot of problems with Ruth Plumly Thompson though why exactly I don't know I heard she was chosen by Frank L Baum himself to take over writing the books and she did a goo

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    CHARACTERS Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Ruth Plumly Thompson [PDF/EBOOK] The Wishing Horse of Oz Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW By far the best Thompson book so far The plot wasn't just the standard walking around Oz and meeting new people line we've now read so many times You couldn't predict how Dorthy was going to solve this conflict right off the bat so it made you interested in reading to figure out how everything was going to work out There was good character development for new characters as well as older characters getting developed

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    Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW CHARACTERS Í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Ruth Plumly Thompson [PDF/EBOOK] The Wishing Horse of Oz Nowhere close to the charm magic and inventiveness of the originals These books should not be considered Oz canon With this book Thompson has written Oz books than Baum but I wish she'd stopped after two or three

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Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW REVIEW ✓ The Wishing Horse of Oz The residents of Oz are enchanted to forget Ozma and their own rulers except for Dorothy and Pigasus the flying pig Can Dorothy and Pigasus break the enchantment and rescue Princess Ozma Will they forge an u Beth Thomas s superb narration in the LibriVox audiobook makes this book a terrific whimsy

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The Wishing Horse of Oz

Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW REVIEW ✓ The Wishing Horse of Oz Nlikely alliance with the Gnome King And who is the real owner and possessor of the secret of the wishing emeraldsThe Wishing Horse of Oz is the twenty ninth in the series of Oz books created by L Frank Baum This was a very lovely book I know some Oz fans have a lot of problems with Ruth Plumly Thompson though why exactly I don t know I heard she was chosen by Frank L Baum himself to take over writing the books and she did a good job of it for years This is the first book of hers I ve ever read and it isn t the first one she s written about Oz as a matter of fact by the time this one came out there had been 28 previous books Baum s and her s included Clearly she was very comfortable by now writing Oz stories Many things were different than the books L Frank Baum wrote Dorothy for one seemed older and Ozma far wiser and Glinda didn t play as huge a role as she normally played in the earlier books as the matriarch of Oz There were many new characters from many other books and clearly some of the delightful characters we ve come to know before have grown up along with Dorothy and moved on to better things which isn t directly touched upon in this novel but mentioned in a passing fashion but still shocking to see It was a lovely story which neither begins nor ends in Oz and while Chalk the horse is Ozian he really never lives there for very long The book is written as a kind of mystery but in reality there is no mystery as to who the true culprit is and while I wasn t too fond of the treatment Mathias got considering he did nothing but let his monarch swindle him the story was entertaining and introduced some new interesting characters in Oz The plot however does suffer a bit of meandering as Dorothy goes off on a uest only to find herself going right back in the middle of the story not having accomplished anything but staying out of trouble and getting the help of a witch who practices black magic Also Pigasus the winged pig is arguably one of the most annoying characters to have ever graced Oz I really did miss Scraps and that glass cat At times Chalk could be a bit of a scoundrel and he and Skamperoo got off way too lightly considering their atrocious behavior Their sudden about change in attitude was a little sudden and really without reason So clearly the book has its flaws But I love reading Oz stories and I have to admit that it was an interesting book to read and I will continue to read of Miss Thompson s books about Oz in future THe whimsy was still present and perhaps that and the old loveable characters and the nostalgia painted the book a lot pretty than it was but I for one loved reading a new Oz adventure with Dorothy and her friends As to the artwork John R Neill s beautiful art seemed at times a bit rushed perhaps having illustrated so many Oz books he had become tired of it but even so while not his best work it is by far better than most illustrators today A delightful book if perhaps only to the true fans of Oz I would recommend it to be read but I wouldn t buy an expensive copy online you d do much better getting one of the Books of Wonder reprints of L Frank Baum s books Still it was a lovely story and a delightful journey back to Oz

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Ruth Plumly Thompson ✓ 0 REVIEW REVIEW ✓ The Wishing Horse of Oz Magic wishing emeralds mysteriously arrive in the little kingdom of Skampavia King Skamperoo immediately confiscates them and wishes to become the Emperor of Oz with his magic horse Chalk as his advisor All Probably my least enjoyed Oz book There was some good fun in the second half of the book with Dorothy but the first third was rather dull I think I prefer Baum s books to Thompson s

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • The Wishing Horse of Oz
  • Ruth Plumly Thompson
  • English
  • 06 March 2020
  • 9780345337061