The Scarecrow's Brane

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The spaceship Brane Child emerges from skip-space into a whirlwind and accidentally squashes the only effective protection Emerald City had against the tyrannical Red Witch of the South. Now, Lisa Chang and her crew must make their way through the Wild Lands of Oddz to convince the Blue Wizards to create a new protector for the Republic of Emerald. More

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About D.L. Morrese

DL Morrese manages to make a living despite a degree in philosophy and spends his free time thinking and writing, although not necessarily in that order. He currently hangs out around Orlando, Florida because he got sick of shoveling snow but sort of misses watching it from a safe distance inside, by a fireplace, with a cup of hot chocolate. He has long been a fan of speculative fiction and one day, while not shoveling snow, figured he should try writing some. He’s still trying to decide if this was a good idea.

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The spaceship Brane Child emerges from skip-space into a whirlwind and accidentally squashes the only effective protection Emerald City had against the tyrannical Red Witch of the South. Now, Lisa Chang and her crew must make their way through the Wild Lands of Oddz to convince the Blue Wizards to create a new protector for the Republic of Emerald.

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Review by: Tahlia Newland on Oct. 03, 2016 :
As with all Morrese's books, this is extremely well-written; he's a reliable author guaranteed to bring you a professional product.

In book two of the Brane Child Series, The Scarecrow's Brane, after another brane skip, our spaceship crew find themselves, not at home, but in the world of The Wizard of Oz. I'm not a fan of The Wizard of Oz, so this was my least favorite of the books, but as the story develops, the mystery of the metaphysics behind the series is further fleshed out. It's a brain tease with a clever storyline that weaves around the characters and events of that world. Once again, they're trying to get home, but before they do that, they have to fix the problems caused by their unexpected visit to the world.

All this is done with a light touch. It's a clever combination of parody and metaphysics or speculative physics.
(reviewed 47 days after purchase)

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