"HOME AGAIN," Part Two Dee's world gets even more complicated when dead bodies, family secrets and a threat from the past set her down a road that will change her life forever! Who said coming home was easy?
Admittedly, I thought that another Oz based story would be cliché. But this issue has the series gaining its unique voice and developing some scenarios that make it more enjoyable to read than most horror books on the shelves. Great work to those involved in giving me something that I haven’t read or seen before, and something that has been a pleasant surprise. Read Full Review
If you don't feel you played out the “Oz as __” genre, then you should give this book a look. I'm still finding it a bit too clever clever to give a rave. It's a well-done book, I just want it to tell its own story instead of making me try to decifer what all of this has to do with Oz. Since the characters aren't analogues and it isn't set in that world, the whole concept seems forced onto the story instead of being an organic element. Jordan's art is worth a look regardless. Read Full Review
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