L. Frank Baum's classic children's story, The Wizard of Oz is refracted through the mirror of Miguel Ruiz's book, The Four Agreements. Instead of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion, four different characters set out on their own daunting quest. Like the original characters, each is unique, but in The Blizzard of Osborn, a little girl, a talking snake, a self-absorbed Eggman and a wrong-thinking donkey also embody aspects of Ruiz’s The Four Agreements.
Chapter 36: The Judge
The ways of the Emperor seem inscrutable. Who is rewarded next, and exactly how they are rewarded is a wonder.
Chapter 35: The Chancellor
Back at the Pinnacle of Aspire Memyselfandi is called upon to proclaim his deepest truest wish.
Chapter 34: Not If I Can Help It
Quintilianis saves his best secret for the end. Not to be outdone, Cassie reveals her own secret, a real jaw-dropper!
Chapter 33: Snap, Crackle, Pop
Once their cover is blown all hell breaks loose. The Crow goes on a rampage determined to torture and destroy the strangers. But then his rage leads to a shocking discovery!
Chapter 32: What Could Go Wrong?
Because raiding the Crow’s operations center was considered a suicide mission they tried to anticipate every possible thing that could go wrong. There was, however, one thing they overlooked.
Chapter 31: The Diversion Mask
So far so good—the Master Plan is working! Quintilianis’s Diversion Mask was a wonder to behold. And when the going got tough, Sly got going.