In “The Witch Queen of Oz” we learned that Lurline cast her spell to counter the dark magic of her sister, Enilrul. Now it is time to learn how Lurline’s magic continues to work to this day to shape the land of Oz!
Once again, undertake a magical journey
through Oz and beyond with Dorothy and
her companions. Meet Remy, a young Oz
boy who plays a mysterious violin made
by a master crafter and filled with
Tik-Tok is broken and only a Master Crafter, perhaps even the legendary Smith & Tinker can be found to fix the Clockwork Man.
Who are the Master Crafters of Oz? Is their purpose sinister? And most importantly, why did Enilrul cast her dark spell so many ages ago that
changed the course of Oz history!
The answers to these questions and more can be found in The Master Crafters of Oz! Join Dorothy, Ozma, and many of Oz’s most famous celebrities on a new adventure from Dorothy’s earlier days as a Princess of Oz that is a direct sequel to The Witch Queen of Oz!!
Dr. Nikidik has been in the shadows of Oz since the beginning. Now you’ll learn why.....
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The Land of Oz and Ends
The Book is 8 1/2" by 11" with 178 pages. It has a full process colour. wrap around cover. It contains nine full page illustrations by fantasy artist Theresa Brandon. A special feature is a handmade paper from Thailand at the front of the book. These papers are all different and are randomly inserted into the binding.
“Yes, I do have a reputation as a two-bit conjurer, to use your quaint expression. I must remember that phrase.” Nikidik’s high-pitched laughter was almost continuous, except when he was talking. “You know, friend Wizard, I’ve always found that it is best to be underestimated by one’s enemies. I have cultivated an image as a somewhat bumbling, minor mage for so long that there are times when even I start to believe it.”
Was the man growing? Remy was starting to see Nikidik differently. He appeared taller, not at all bent in posture. Remy saw sharp, piercing eyes hiding behind the camouflage of Nikidik’s thick glasses, eyes that were not utilizing the spectacles for any other purpose save being an effective disguise.