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 28: The SED
The Emperor’s Intel Forces are equipped with the most amazing tools. If Cassie, Sly, Memyselfandi and Assam use them wisely they may have a 2% chance to survive a suicide mission!
Chapter 27: A Very Simple Test
To solve the quandary of the bio-encrypted data drive, one of the techs proposes a simple test. But the Commander doesn’t approve–at least until a greater force makes him change his mind.
Chapter 26: Mule-Headed
The last one to face the tribunal is Assam. Expecting nothing from him, the tribunal may have finally discovered what they were searching for.
Chapter 25: His Very Nature
The tribunal shows Sly a troubling video wherein Memyselfandi appears to betray Sly in order to save his own neck.
Chapter 24: Exception to the Rule
Valdor Extancious, Chairman of the Cognoscenti, draws Memyselfandi into the tried and true tactic of divide-and-conquer.
Chapter 23: We Did It To Survive
Cassie is interrogated by a tribunal of specialists. The more Cassie tells them the more they believe she is lying.