The first thing to know is...this is quite readable. Yeah, long, but also engaging and informative. Tolstoy brings strong passions to his tales wrapped around France and Russia fighting for dominance of Europe and beyond. He weaves in philosophical musing with interesting characters. Definitely stands up as a classic.
The Tin Woodman of Oz - L Frank Braum - illustrated by John R Neill What ever happened to the young munchkin maid who was once the love of the Tin Woodman? In this exciting tale, the Tin Woodman and Scarecrow set out to discover her fate.