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When a Witch dies - not as a crone, withered and incapable, but as a woman in her prime, at the height of her passion and prowess - too much is left unsaid. What might have happened had Elphaba lived? Of her campaigns in defence of the Animals, of he ...Continua
Ha scritto il 01/03/12
It's not an instant gripper but hang in there...
Okay so it's been awhile since I read Wicked but I found myself finding my way around Oz so much easier this time. It surprised me how easy I fell back into the author's style of writing and the whole concept of Oz. He does have a distinct way of wri...Continua
Heather Landry
Ha scritto il 27/04/10
I'm probably the only person on the planet that doesn't like this book. I found the main character absolutely regrettable. The only thing that redeemed this book at all was the ending. If he comes out with a sequel... I'll have to read it and hope it...Continua
Ha scritto il 10/11/08
Ha scritto il 18/10/08
Son of a Witch

This one just didn't have the magic for me that Wicked did. Which isn't to say this isn't a good story in it's own right - just not what I was expecting.

Ha scritto il 13/04/08

Better than the Wicked! But, I guess I still prefer the musical Wicked more!

Ha scritto il Apr 01, 2010, 16:34
To Liir, it wasn't a question of how many days or weeks it took to reach the Emerald City, but how many hours a day he had to trudge before he could sink back into a safe sleep again. Not sleep, something richer: blissful annihilation. So he could fo...Continua
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