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Adelaide in Ozghard, Book 2 of 2 🐇

Adelaide in Ozghard, Book 2 of 2 🐇

3.9K Reads 701 Votes 40 Part Story
Cliff Jones Jr. By CliffJonesJr Completed

Adelaide has left "the Enduring Land" and crossed back over the lightbridge to Earth, but it's not quite the Earth she remembers. Meanwhile, revolution is brewing in Ozghard, and it may fall on her and Ada to put things right before it's too late.

This is a continuation of Book 1, which is also available on Wattpad ( It blends elements of The Emerald City of Oz, Through the Looking-Glass, and the Cthulhu Mythos into a mind-bending tale reminiscent of Philip K. Dick. Similar novels include The Wee Free Men (Terry Pratchett), The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making (Catherynne M. Valente), The Graveyard Book (Neil Gaiman), and Howl's Moving Castle (Diana Wynne Jones).

Length: 36,600 words, 146 pages
Highest Ranking: #467 in Science Fiction (2017.08.04)

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  • conspiracy
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  • dreampunk
  • dystopian
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  • revolution
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RebelDynasty RebelDynasty May 15, 2016
I meant to get into this much sooner following the first book. ^^; I'll have to refamiliarize myself with some of the characters, but otherwise, I think this was a good opening chapter. :) I'll definitely be continuing down the rabbithole. ;)
CliffJonesJr CliffJonesJr Sep 09, 2016
Anybody know which Oz book I'm referencing here? It starts in a very similar manner.
CocoNichole CocoNichole Dec 30, 2015
I'm not sure whether to feel pity for the gnome king or think him pathetic.
Liliane_Crimson19 Liliane_Crimson19 Nov 13, 2015
This more goes on movie Thor. Is this associated by the movie? Cause if is I really like it :)
Spark187 Spark187 Sep 20, 2015
I like that last one. 
                              Death is not the end, but the beginning of something else.