The Wicked Will Rise

In this dark, high octane sequel to the New York Times bestselling Dorothy Must Die, Amy Gumm must do everything in her power to kill Dorothy and free Oz.To make Oz a free land again, Amy Gumm was given a mission remove the Tin Woodman s heart, steal the Scarecrow s brain, take the Lion s courage, and then Dorothy must dieBut Dorothy still lives Now the RevolutionaryIn this dark, high octane sequel to the New York Times bestselling Dorothy Must Die, Amy Gumm must do everything in her power to kill Dorothy and free Oz.To make Oz a free land again, Amy Gumm was given a mission remove the Tin Woodman s heart, steal the Scarecrow s brain, take the Lion s courage, and then Dorothy must dieBut Dorothy still lives Now the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked has vanished, and mysterious Princess Ozma might be Amy s only ally As Amy learns the truth about her mission, she realizes that she s only just scratched the surface of Oz s past and that Kansas, the home she couldn t wait to leave behind, may also be in danger In a place where the line between good and evil shifts with just a strong gust of wind, who can Amy trust and who is really Wicked
The Wicked Will Rise In this dark high octane sequel to the New York Times bestselling Dorothy Must Die Amy Gumm must do everything in her power to kill Dorothy and free Oz To make Oz a free land again Amy Gumm was giv

  • Title: The Wicked Will Rise
  • Author: DaniellePaige
  • ISBN: 9780062280701
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Wicked Will Rise Dorothy Must Die The Wicked Will Rise is the second novel in Danielle Paige s reimagining of L Frank Baum s Oz in which Dorothy has turned evil Some of you who read my review of the first novel, Dorothy Must Die, may remember that I had a few issues with it, notably the pacing and the audiobook production. Wicked A vivid reimagining of the classic The Wizard of Oz, Wicked spotlights the untold stories of Oz s most famous or infamous characters, namely the Wicked Witch The Wicked Will Rise The Wicked Will Rise The Wicked Will Rise is a young adult novel by Danielle Paige, and the sequel to the book Dorothy Must Die It was published by HarperCollins on March , It continues the story of high school girl Amy Gumm in her mission to assassinate Dorothy Gale, The Wicked Will Rise Quotes by Danielle Paige The Wicked Will Rise Quotes Showing of She had been both good and wicked and everything in between She had been both at once, too, until it was hard for her to even tell the difference any. The Wicked Movie Will Officially Defy Gravity in Wicked will officially be in theaters in Christmas of The movie will be directed by Stephen Daldry, the helmer of Oscar bait like Billy Elliot, The Reader and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Psalm NIV A little while, and the wicked will be A little while, and the wicked will be no though you look for them, they will not be found. Tickets WICKED Official Broadway Site Visit The Gershwin Theatre at W st St, New York, NY today and give the gift of WICKED GO BEHIND THE SCENES OF BROADWAY S HIT MUSICAL Behind the Emerald Curtain is an exclusive behind the scenes look at WICKED run by WICKED cast members. WICKED The Musical Official Site th Anniversary Special Edition Cast Album now available everywhere FEATURING NEW BONUS TRACKS BY ARIANA GRANDE, PENTATONIX, LEDISI ADAM LAMBERT, KRISTIN CHENOWETH IDINA MENZEL and Elphabas and glindas of the past. Wicked musical Wicked is a Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and book by Winnie Holzman.

    1 thought on “The Wicked Will Rise”

    1. It's such a shame that I will never read this book, given my love for the first.Never, never, ever touching this with a 15-foot pole.

    2. Just read this book in one sitting, just like i did for the first! so amazing dying to get the third book! such a cliff hanger!

    3. UPDATE#3: I'VE READ IT AND ITS ACTUALLY REAL GOOD SO I'LL LEAVE YOU WITH A LIL REVIEW LMAO. Ok, ok, alright. This book was so much smaller than Dorothy Must Die, and of course Dorothy Must Die was slightly better, but it isn't THAT AS a disappointment like people say it is. I mean yeah, it was short and kinda rushed. But can we say CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT??God, Amy's character development was actually real interesting in this book. omg, and unlike some people i think I loved it. I was unsure at fi [...]

    4. The first book was a bit more entertaining, but I still really enjoyed this one! Amy has to get the Tin Man's heart, the Lion's tail, and the Scarecrow's brain before she can properly kill Dorothy. A lot of this story focuses on Ozma/Pete's history, but there are some pretty awesome battles too!The whole concept still walks a difficult line between being ridiculous or awesome, but totally manages to work. There are so many moments where I think the story is about to turn into a silly mess, but t [...]

    5. This book was utter shit. It felt like I was reading a completely different story from the first book, what the actual fuck? What a waste of 293 pages. If you liked the first book DON'T read this, just save yourself the disappointment.

    6. Evil will always catch up with you. That's why you have to get to it first.Murder, magic and unicorns Throw in a sassy female lead and an à la Wonderland version of Oz, and you've got The Wicked Will Rise.Remember when I said I really disliked the humor in Dorothy Must Die? I'm happy to say that this book was a thousand times less annoying. Amy's feisty attitude in this book was a lot more realistic, and I felt like the things she said were things I could have said myself in certain situations, [...]

    7. 3.5 starsThe books in this series are so fun to read but for some reason, I find them easy to put down? I'm not really sure why as I really like the characters and I love the world as well, but I just find myself putting the books down a lot Definitely keen for the next one after that ending though!

    8. Kind of ironic that the person she's defending basically said, "I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog too!"

    9. This was a great sequel! Sometimes, you never know how a second book is going to go. Luckily, this one was awesome! It has the perfect blend of darkness mixed with humor. There was character growth with Amy. She has a dark side to her that is hidden away, and there were tiny glimpses of it aching to come out, so I can't wait to see what direction her character goes in in the next book!! Review on my blog: literarydust.wordpress/20

    10. *4.5 Stars*When you claim your name, what will it be?I think there’s a certain standard in which second books are expected to live up to. In no way is it fair, because, especially with me, the first book in a series is always leagues above the rest-it’s just the way it is. When I fall in love with a series, it’s no light thing. I become obsessed and nothing is likely to please me any time soon. That being said-I have high standards. After devouring a 100% 5 star book, I want the same super [...]

    11. Well, that was downright excellent. I AM SO PLEASED! If you read my review of Dorothy Must Die, you'll know I confessed to being wary of this series for, umTWELVE WHOLE MONTHS. Gah! Why did I avoid it?! What was going on in my scrambled little brain?! This series is glorious and I love the sequel just as much as the first!We've already been introduced to the creepy masterpiece that is Oz now we get to go in deeper. There is a LOT of world-exploring here! New characters and new settings. YAAAAY. [...]

    12. theguardian/books/2014There's the article about Hale that everyone has been talking about. And it's not going to prevent me from reading this book.Yes, she took it waaaay too far, but Danielle Paige did nothing wrong, She gave her support to her, big deal! Fans stalk authors all the time, and harass them. Hale shouldn't have done what she did. Daniella simply said it was something all authors wished they could do, that doesn't mean she'll do it, or wants to mow down the rights of bloggers. I rea [...]

    13. It should be a no-brainer that I should avoid reading this book. The author is a supporter of HaleToTheNo. I shouldn't even give this book the time of day.And yet and yet and yet. >_< Fuck, man, I really loved DMD. I don't know what to do.

    14. Didn't care much for the sequel. It had a serious case of second-book syndrome. First one was so much better. This story could be wrapped up in two books, not 3. But that's just what I think.

    15. Well I hate it when books end this way.How you ask?Like you're reading, and you're finally into it, and you can finally feel the passion and emotion guiding the characters, and you turn the next page to know what happens next, and BAM! Back ads.Talk about anti climatic.1.5.14: 2015?Not like I have any other option.

    16. Well crap. That was boring.That’s my exact thought as I read the last phrases of the book. “Rise, little witch,” Glamora said. “Take your place among us.”I stepped forward.I cringed.What the hell did I just read? By those words, I don’t mean what-the-hell-did-I-just-read-it-was-too-awesome-and-shocking. Rather it was what-the-hell-is-this-nothing-makes-sense-and-it-was-too-boring-to-comprehend!Maybe it’s just me. But really, I can’t appreciate much of this.The first book, Dorothy [...]

    17. I read Dorothy Must Die over a year ago, shortly after it was released. I really liked it and I was so curious to see what happened next in Amy's story. I wasn't sure what to expect and I think that was a good thing. The Wicked Will Rise jumps right into the story where the first book left off. There wasn't any recap and even though I remembered a lot from the first book, I was a little lost and confused for the first 30 pages of this book. The Wicked Will Rise was a lot weirder than the first b [...]

    18. Das hier ist eine ziemlich subjektive Bewertung, aber das Buch war für mich einfach langweilig. Ich hab es nach dem ersten Band echt versucht, aber was diese Charaktere, diese ganze Geschichte angeht, lässt sich das leicht zusammenfassen: Ist mir alles egal. Im Englischen sagt man so schön: I don't care. Das ist etwas sehr subjektives, aber gleichzeitig das schlimmste, was einem beim Lesen passieren kann.

    19. 3.5 perché un po' confusionario.Ci sono alcuni plot twist che ti invogliano ad andare avanti e sono comunque curiosa di continuare!

    20. Returning to Danielle Paige’s Oz never felt so good! Amy Gumm is back as a strong and sassy main character who knows how to fight. Also, the setting of Oz is so familiar, yet completely different from what you imagined. Finally, the plot is filled with so many twists and turns you will be furiously turning the pages to find out what happens next!One of the things that I really love about The Wicked Will Rise is how strong the main character, Amy Gumm, is. Sometimes in young adult literature, f [...]

    21. This breaks my heart because I really loved the first book. But I just can't.Plus, there are more books in the sea.

    22. The thing is: I liked the first book.The sad thing is: The author has shown support to an author who stalked someone who gave her book a 1-star reviewEh

    23. This is my second time around reading this book and my thoughts remain the same, I freaking LOVED it!!! Dorothy Must Die was utterly amazing but The Wicked Will Rise is on a whole other level! This book is nonstop action and twists and turns the whole way through. I really love this re-telling, it's really just perfect. I've also grown to really love the characters, and most of all, love the delicious wickedness of this series! And with the way this book ended, I'm dying to get started on the ne [...]

    24. Did I really just read a book about Amy going to two different places, and stopping there for a few days? This felt like the most passive sequel I've ever read, but at least the setting was rich and a love triangle was avoided! Huzzah! Also, one of her mission was 'Find Dorothy' but I'm pretty sure Dorothy found her, just sayin'.

    25. En realidad un 3,75*«Cuando lanzas un hechizo la magia se vuelve parte de ti. Y, depende de quién eres, cambia. Y en ese momento yo había cambiado.»RESEÑA -> thewordsofbooks.e

    26. And so, just like the first one, I finished this in a few hours.(Note: I won't be writing a full length review for this one, because a lot of the things I said in my review for the first book apply to this too.)Anyways, I love love loveeeeed the first one, and I loved this one too. Honestly I had thought that my excitement for the book would've dimmed, after reading some novellas that had just been "eh" - but nope, the story drew me in, stole my heart, and crushed it into a million pieces, over [...]

    27. An updated review can be found on my blog later today, but here is the one I originally wrote.Okay, so I didn't like this one as much as I liked Dorothy Must Die, but it was still a wonderful book. It took me about 2 days to finish, whereas the first one I read in one sitting. And her pet rat dies. I can never forgive a book where an animal dies!Still, the book was amazing as we learn more about Oz and Ozma, destroy more symbols of my childhood, and are left on the end-all-be-all of cliffhangers [...]

    28. WOW!!! What an amazing sequel. I loved how it picked up exactly after how the first book ended. I loved the characters. I loved the storyline. I literally loved EVERYTHING about this book and I mean EVERYTHING. It's all kind of AWESOMENESS.

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