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The Librarian: Unhappily Ever After by Eric Hobbs (14)

Kindle: 1202 KB
Print: 305 pages
Publication Date: August 1, 2012
ASIN: B008TI4M22



After learning their actions in Oz have had grave consequences, Wesley and Tay return to the fabled land hoping they can undo any damage they've done. Once there, however, the children discover things are even worse than they imagined.
Not only has the Wicked Witch taken control of Oz, Douglas Stanford is now recruiting an army of storybook villains to help him obtain the magic hidden within Astoria's library. The Librarian will need the children's help once more if he's going to protect the library's power from those who intend to exploit it.


AUTHOR BIO:
Eric Hobbs is the author of the graphic novels Awakenings, The Broadcast, and The Librarian. He lives in Kokomo, Indiana.



My review for The Librarian: Little Boy Lost


REVIEW:
Ok, so not as good as the first book, but it was still good.
As a book lover, it is a unique perspective to go inside a classic story like The Wizard of Oz or Peter Pan. That alone keeps me turning page after page. The author is quite creative, but also creates well developed characters to go on these adventures. 
I do still feel like this one didn't flow as well as the first book. There were a couple of moments that just didn't make sense to me, the moments just flipped too quick maybe....
Still, I want to read book 3. Just not right away. I feel like this one left off at a place that I'm okay with returning to at a later time.


3.5/5



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