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Piper Robbin and the American Oz Maker

Narrated by: Daniela Acitelli
Length: 11 hrs and 25 mins
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It is the end of history, the end of sanity, and for those who survive, the end of life as they know it. The age of Oz in America is forged for the protection of all, but America rebels, and death on a scale unimaginable becomes the order of the day.

Piper Robbin and the American Oz Maker is an adult fantasy that takes one of world's favorite tales and transforms it into a dark and epic landscape few can escape much less understand. Imagine Potter meets Avengers in Emerald city and you're getting close.

After a magical hostile from Orion falls to Earth and proceeds to play cat-and-mouse with the human race, the 21st century's greatest sorcerers create a network of seven Oz-like city worlds designed to protect everyone from the alien entity. But the alien is far more powerful than anyone suspected. Piper Robbin, ancient daughter of the Earth's greatest sorcerer inventor, Edison Godfellow, must sacrifice all to defeat the implacable force that calls itself "The Witch Queen of Oz", and quickly, before Earth becomes only a cold cinder floating among the stars.

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Just bad

This book was just bad. The performance made a mediocre story even worse. The author seems to take a lot from pop culture which to me shows a lack of creativity. The book just was a disappointment to say the least.