The Wizard in Wonderland

The Wizard in Wonderland Dorothy Gale has been to some strange lands but none as unexpected as th century Oxford England Yet this is exactly where Dorothy meets Alice Liddell a young woman with her own fanciful stories o

  • Title: The Wizard in Wonderland
  • Author: Ron Glick Kayla Perisho
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dorothy Gale has been to some strange lands, but none as unexpected as 19th century Oxford, England Yet this is exactly where Dorothy meets Alice Liddell, a young woman with her own fanciful stories of a place called Wonderland Alice finds herself pulled into Oz to face a new Wicked Witch, while Dorothy must follow the Wizard into a Wonderland civil war Unknown to eitheDorothy Gale has been to some strange lands, but none as unexpected as 19th century Oxford, England Yet this is exactly where Dorothy meets Alice Liddell, a young woman with her own fanciful stories of a place called Wonderland Alice finds herself pulled into Oz to face a new Wicked Witch, while Dorothy must follow the Wizard into a Wonderland civil war Unknown to either girl though, plots have arisen against both faery lands, and they must uncover the hidden history shared between these lands if they are ever to set things right again.Written with a faithful eye to the original Baum and Carrol classics, The Wizard In Wonderland reveals the secrets of Oz and Wonderland in a story that brings together both classic heroines in a new epic adventure.

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    Ron Glick Kayla Perisho

    Ron Glick born January 20, 1969 is a community activist, and presently operates a nonprofit adult sobriety program, GameHearts GameHearts He was born in Plainville, KS After living in various states, he currently lives in Kalispell, MT His poetry has been published in several publications through the years, and he is presently working on the second novel of the Chaos Rising series, A Stranger s Silence, and working on periodic releases in his Ron El s Comic Book Trivia series.

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    • As a reviewer as well as an author, I don't always know what to expect when given a book to read - I was not disappointed in this story.Using established characters, the author sets the scene for a fresh adventure, with Dorothy and Alice - it's very well done.I particularly liked how Glick manages to use the voices of these characters exactly as if by their original creators. Yes, cleverly done, where the imagination wanders where it may and gives the reader pleasure in following.An unusual and [...]

    • This book is the very first fantasy book that I, in this case, read as an adult (excluding those children books ofcourse, haha). I’m not really a fan of it, but I just wanted to try. Who knows, I might love it like how I love suspense/mystery books aight?So when the author, Ron Glick approached me in twitter asking if I would be interested in reviewing his books, I got curious, so I went directly to his website and browse all his books. I am a great fan of greek and roman mythology or anything [...]

    • You know the feeling when you fall head over heels for two books, and then realize that an author has launched a book that has your favorite characters from both these plots? Well, the fans ofAlice in WonderlandandThe Wizard of Ozhave an opportunity to take a dip into this feeling. Ron Glick has writtenThe Wizard in Wonderlandby introducing our favorite characters from these books. I hope you remember that Dorothy helped in shattering the wall of illusion that Oz had created in the hearts and mi [...]

    • Penny Minding Mom

      (Oct 14, 2019 - 06:44 AM)

      I love to read. I’m always amazed by the creativity of authors and wish that I had the skills to write my own book. On nights when I can’t sleep and my mind starts to race about all the things I need to do the next day, I play the “What If Game” in my head. I take a favourite story and imagine all the things that would be different if a single event occurred differently. It’s fun and it keeps my mind from worrying about tomorrow, and most importantly, I get to pretend I can be an amazi [...]

    • This is now my third review of a Ron Glick book, and I have to say, I am a fan of him and his work. The one downside is he’s started three really addicting series, but so far there is only one book in each series (though I hear the second novel in The Godslayer Cycle will be out soon).His latest novel, which came out earlier this year, is The Wizard in Wonderland, which nicely mashes up the characters from The Wizard of Oz with Alice in Wonderland. It’s definitely my favorite so far—probab [...]

    • What starts as a simple mash-up of the classics Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz quickly takes a tangential leap and mixes the heroines from each story into a new adventure, with one primary motivation: find the Wizard. I will admit to being familiar with and a fan of Carroll’s Alice, and familiar with although less fan-girl of the Oz stories: that is a simple bad association with the flying monkeys in the movie and well, I’ve never quite recovered. But, as characters, both Dorothy a [...]

    • Definitely the most interesting fantasy-themed series that I started. The plot is a mixture of Dorothy in Oz and Alice in Wonderland, with a modern twist. While Wizard of Oz is a fair tale which has captivated my imagination as a child, Alice in Wonderland is a literary classic that has always been the source of intrigue for many generations and has been translated into movies.The author has started the serious with a brilliant idea in his head and was able to successfully translate it into this [...]

    • Ever wonder what happened after Dorothy and Toto went home? They are now living in Oz with Aunty Em and the rest of the family. Oz is different now too. It's still the beautiful place you remember but the wicked witches are no longer active. Everyone lives in peace or so it would seem. News travels to Oz of a wicked witch searching for Dorothy. Dorothy, however, is searching for the wizard. He seems to have just disappeared. While looking for him, Dorothy and Alice, from wonderland, meet. Things [...]

    • The Wizard In Wonderland (Book 1 in Oz-Wonderland Series)Ron GlickDorothy Gale has been living in Oz for some time now. When Glinda The Good witch asks her for help, she is quick to come to her aide. It seems the Wizard is missing and she needs help finding him, Dorothy agrees to help.Soon she meets up with Alice Liddell who tells Dorothy of stories from an unusual and magical place called Wonderland. Alice teams up with Dorothy and they find themselves in 19th century Oxford, England.A cross be [...]

    • 3.5 stars – If you are a fan of The Wizard Of Oz, then you might like this book. I’m glad I read numerous books after the original because so many of the characters show up here again in Oz, and their adventures are referred to although you don’t need to know them to follow this book. Dorothy has continued living in Oz and been on many great adventures and seen a number of wonderful things, and so it should come as no surprise to her when she ends up in Wonderland searching for the Wizard [...]

    • I have to admit as soon as I read the blurb my curiosity was uncontrollable. I hadn’t read either classic since second grade and it brought back so many of the memories I’d forgotten. Sure, I love the movies, but they’re never quite as entertaining as some of the first stories you ever read.The author does a marvelous job in staying true to both series as he brings them together in an unexpected way. Each point of view for the two main characters is written in a style similar to the origin [...]

    • Georgiann Hennelly

      (Oct 14, 2019 - 06:44 AM)

      A cross between Alice in Wonderland and the Wizard of Oz. Dorothy has been living in Oz for awhile. So when Glinda the good witch asks her for help she quickly comes to her aide. It seems the wizard has gone missing and she needs help finding him. Dorothy agrees to help her. Soon Dorothy meets up with Alice who tells her some unusual stories of a magical place called Wonderland. Alice and Dorothy team up and they find themselves in 19th century Oxford, England. While on their venture they find t [...]

    • The Wizard in Wonderland combines two of my favourite things – Alice in Wonderland and the Oz books by L Frank Baum. I love Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and I’m a huge fan of alternative versions of both. The best examples are the Wicked books by Gregory Maguire and the Insanity series by Cameron Jace. I thought Glick combined both stories well. I liked Dorothy Gail looking for the wizard in Wonderland and Alice’s adventures in Oz with Glinda and Ozma. I read all of th [...]

    • The Wizard in Wonderland by Ron GlickIntriguing indeed. The two famous classics of The Wizard of Oz and Alice In Wonderland come colliding in a fascinating combination that I believe to be another great fairy tale adventure. Beautifully written to where I was lost and was able to create the two worlds in my own imagination. He was able to keep both the voices of Alice and Dorothy separate and keep the intriguing baffled world of Wonderland in balance with the classics that we know. A must read!! [...]

    • OrchardBookClub

      (Oct 14, 2019 - 06:44 AM)

      What would happen if Dorothy Gale of Kansas and Alice Liddell of Oxford were to meet? And what, dare we ask, would happen if their worlds were to become somehow entwined with each other’s? The author expertly captures the true essence of the characters and takes them both on an entirely new adventure of their own. This book is very cleverly written and flowed easily from the first page. A recommended read for any Wonderland or Oz fan Reviewed by Emma

    • Unique, that is how I would describe this book. It takes The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland and gives you a view of what might have happened after the original stories. The blending of the two stories is done in an interesting twist. I got this one through a win. Thank you Ron Glick for the most unusual book.

    • The concept was interesting. The dialog, however, lacked smoothness and the dialects were way off-setting. Finally the ending was a total loss. It was as if the author just got tired of writing and quit. I know this is supposed to be a series, but it will be one I will read no further.

    • interesting twists. book left you hanging for a sequel.

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