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Oz. The Complete Collection

Narrated by: Charles Hubbell
Length: 64 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Classics, World Literature
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Here you will find the complete OZ Collection:

  1. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Starts at Chapter 1,
  2. The Marvelous Land of Oz Starts at Chapter 25,
  3. Ozma of Oz Starts at Chapter 49,
  4. Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz Starts at Chapter 70,
  5. The Road to Oz Starts at Chapter 90,
  6. The Emerald City of Oz Starts at Chapter 114,
  7. The Patchwork Girl of Oz Starts at Chapter 144,
  8. Tik-Tok of Oz Starts at Chapter 172,
  9. The Scarecrow of Oz Starts at Chapter 197,
  10. Rinkitink in Oz Starts at Chapter 221,
  11. The Lost Princess of Oz Starts at Chapter 245,
  12. The Tin Woodman of Oz Starts at Chapter 271,
  13. The Magic of Oz Starts at Chapter 295,
  14. Glinda of Oz Starts at Chapter 318.
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  • 01-10-20

Fourteen book series for.. ...sixty-six cents.

Had read some of these novels in school, but never the complete series. Am always interested in Great Titles at Great Deals, and although my Recommended Purchases Section now shows only seven-out-of-one-hundred, (they say they're "working on it") one of the seven was "Oz. The Complete Collection" for the amazing price of sixty-six cents.

Have seen some of these pop-up and vanish in the past, so figured would give this a chance in case it drops off the radar soon. From what I have sampled, narration and quality are excellent, and although the "Audible Bumper" appears to be German, the rest is English.

Yes, it is Fourteen Books In One with a total of 341 individual chapters, but for a change the product information page actually lists which titles go with which chapters. Downloading to a local player is a mouthful at 3 1/2 gigs. If space is a premium, it might be better to stream or use the Cloud Player.

Standalone Versions: It also appears (in January 2020) that twelve at the fourteen books (same Author, same Publisher) are available via Audible as standalone titles. The two that are currently not available in January 2020 are Book 4: "Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz" and Book 14: "Glinda of Oz". Perhaps the last two will be added later, but if not there are other versions to choose from to complete the series.

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An excellent long narration

I have three Complete Oz narrations now. All have been okay, and very well priced, but I think this one is the best.

First, Wizard of Oz. Perfectly okay reading.

But in the second book, with the introduction of Professor H.M. Wogglebug, T.E., is where the narrator really takes off. There, the narrator is having a five-way conversation between H.M.W,T.E, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, the Sawhorse, and Tip -- and it's flat-out spectacular. But it's a full 2-day narration and I had a few Nick Podehl book I wanted to listen to, so I went to that one. Nick did a fine job in the other book, but many times I wanted to go back to this one.

Highly recommended.

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weak narration

Couldn't get into it. The narrator sounded like he was reading a child's book, his inflections get annoying. the book also feels strangely quick, nothing at all like the movie, not that that's bad, I was kind of dreading a long intro.

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