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Toto's Tale: The Wizard Was Odd Trilogy by Peeky (AKA) Bob Moyer is The Wizard of Oz from Toto’s perspective. A twister takes Toto and Dorothy away, dumping them in Oz where a couple of days is the same as a year in Kansas. Uncle Henry doesn’t have long to live and Dorothy needs to persuade the Wizard to give her the cure. Along the way, Toto and Dorothy meet the original cast along with some new characters, a whole bunch of misfits that fit into the Land of Oz very well. With plenty of surprises and twists, will Dorothy and Toto make it home in time to save Uncle Henry?
Toto’s Tale: The Wizard Was Odd Trilogy by Peeky (AKA) Bob Moyer is a great story for anyone who loved, as I did, the original Wizard of Oz. This is a totally different take on the story, with loads of great new characters and plenty of adventure to pull you along. There is mild language in this and plenty of hilarity and one-liners to keep you laughing all the way through the book. One of my favorites comes early in the story: “As I studied the dust-choked terrain, something was eating me. It was a flea…” but there is plenty more to keep you giggling. This is such a unique take on an age-old story that it brought several new dimensions to the original. And there really is a lot going on, enough to keep you on your toes from start to finish. The plot is fantastic, the characters are amazing, so well written, and the story just flows. It is the type of fantasy story that grabs you and pulls you in headfirst, dragging you along for the ride. Just try to get odd before the ride is over; I dare you.