Yellow Brick War : Dorothy Must Die

  • by Danielle Paige
  • Narrated by Devon Sorvari
  • Series: Dorothy Must Die
  • 8 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this third book in the New York Times best-selling Dorothy Must Die series, new girl from Kansas Amy Gumm is caught between her home - and Oz.
My name is Amy Gumm. Tornadoes must have a thing about girls from Kansas, because - just like Dorothy - I got swept away on one, too. I landed in Oz, where Good is Wicked, Wicked is Good, and the Wicked Witches clued me in to my true calling: assassin.
The way to stop Dorothy from destroying Oz - and Kansas - is to kill her. And I'm the only one who can do it.
But I failed. Others died for my mistakes. Because of me, the portal between the worlds has been opened. And if I don't find a way to close it?
Dorothy will make sure I never get to go home again.
Now it's up to me to join the Witches, fight for Oz, save Kansas, and stop Dorothy once and for all.

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Not the end

This book took a few surprising turns. The most surprising is that it isn't the end of the series. I had thought this would be the last book and was hoping for a satisfying end to the story which I did not get. It's very clear that there will be a sequel. The story is a little more action packed than the last so it felt short to me. I am actually very disappointed that the story isn't over. I know that there are a lot of original Oz books for the author to use as a foundation for a longer story. I feel she should have completely resolved this arc before dragging Amy off to a new adventure or that she could have tied it in better. There are a lot of authors that say they always know how their series would end before they even began writing. I honestly didn't get that feeling from this book, the whole thing feels a little lost. Overall I think I will just wait till the series is completely over before I continue reading. I also feel like her editors should have caught her over use of the phrase "She didn't have to tell me twice" and it's many variations. The narrator did a decent job.
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- LunaReads

meh

Too much descriptive fluff that lost my attention often. Not enough actual scheming, plotting, or action.
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- Lane Vierra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2016
  • Publisher: HarperAudio