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The Scarecrow of OZ is an action-packed sequel to The Wizard of OZ: A Steampunk Adventure. Caleb – a half-human, half-lion hybrid – is imprisoned in the Australis Penal Colony, where an ancient, and devastating, weapon was hidden millennia ago. His best shot at freedom is to find the weapon before a shadow organization uses it to conquer the world. In a race across the Colony, in a race against time; Caleb is confronted with an OZ more dangerous than the one he left behind.
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The Scarecrow of OZ: A Steampunk Adventure ch 1-9
The Wizard of OZ: A Steampunk Adventure ch 1-7
Inherit The Throne ch 1-17
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