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  • She's not that innocent! 'Dorothy Must Die' by Danielle Paige takes an evil spin on the classic character.
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Dorothy Must Die Stories: No Place Like Oz, The Witch Must Burn, The Wizard Returns (Dorothy Must Die Novella)


Danielle Paige’s creativity is breathtaking evident by her imagination and awesome use of magical descriptions, interesting book characters, humorous conversations and clear painting of genuine emotions through her words. Amy Gumm, who also happens to be the tough protagonist in the story also manages to show compassion when appropriate, making her a more likable character. The only way to find out whether or not Amy Gumm succeeded in accomplishing her maiden task of killing the dreaded witch by the name Dorothy Gale is simply by reading the novel alone. The twists and turns and unpredictable occurrences will keep your adrenaline rushing and your thirst for more information developing over time. Dorothy Must Die which is filled with a variety of villains including Glinda, Tin Man, Dorothy, Cowardly lion, Scarecrow among others is the book to read.

Danielle Paige is a talented American female author who graduated from the University of Columbia. The gifted writer who now lives in the big city of New York is best known for her New York Times bestselling book series “Dorothy Must Die” that has brought her a lot of fame and recognition both locally and globally. Before deciding to fully venture into novel writing, particularly young adult literature as a full-time career, Paige used to work in the television Industry where she was recognized for her unique skills and hard work receiving a variety of awards, including the “Writers Guild of America Award.” Danielle Paige was also nominated for several prestigious Daytime Emmys during her tenure in the television industry.


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Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale inspired Disney's animated hit , and it's getting a new reimagining courtesy of author Danielle Paige. Her young-adult novel will be released by Bloomsbury in fall 2016, followed by a so-far untitled sequel. (Read an exclusive excerpt below.)