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Piper Robbin and the American Oz Maker by Warwick Gleeson
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it was amazing

The thousands of bloated white-collar corpses floating several hundred feet in the air above New York City gives a hint to what lies ahead—a wildly imaginative, edgy, and fantastical story told by someone who knows how. Steeped in history, culture, and myth, the god-like characters fight a war so immense, it’s almost at the edge of human imagination. From the floating corpses, to the first sex scene you will ever have read where the lovemaking occurs in the fog of a methane sea on a distant planet, to the clever connection with the Wizard of Oz, to the strong female protagonist, Piper Robbin, and the thriller-like action scenes—it’s a heady cocktail of fantasy, sci-fi, history, and horror. OZ is a complex, mature, unpredictable novel that makes demands on the reader. But I found the ride to be pretty unforgettable.


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Reading Progress

April 7, 2019 – Started Reading
April 7, 2019 – Shelved
April 17, 2019 – Finished Reading

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