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It has taken fifteen years for author David Anthony to finish his trilogy sequel to "The Wizard of Oz", due to the fact that it was written primarily from his night-time dreams - dreams that were sometimes so vivid that he felt he was living his days in Kansas and his nights in that magical land beyond the rainbow. Over the years, countless generations of fans of this classic tale have wondered, What if it wasn't a dream? What if Dorothy's trip over the rainbow was real? It's twenty years later and we're about to find out. Travel over the rainbow once again to the Land of Oz. Join the Scarecrow as he plans to transport himself, along with the Tin Woodman and Lion, to the land of Kansas to find Dorothy. But beware as the Wicked Witch of the West is back and she has plans to finally get her sister's magic shoes and then destroy all the good in Oz. Whoever gets to those Ruby Red Shoes first controls the fate of Oz. With time running out, everyone is "In Search of Dorothy".
David Anthony grew up 20 miles outside Wichita, Kansas. His writing began in the treetops where as a young boy he dreamed dreams of great adventures. He was influenced, as all Kansans are, by the wisdom of the Scarecrow, the heart of the Tin Woodman and the courage of the Lion.