Arabella Grimsbro is a 15-year-old girl with a foul mouth and an attitude to match. When she walks into a cheesy mall store promising virtual reality tours of public domain classics, the last thing she expects is to find herself stuck in one.
But if she thought Oz was bad, she’s in for a surprise when she trades beloved children’s literature for manly pulp adventure. Giant green monsters! Sword fights to the death! The healing power of toxic masculinity! Welcome to Barsoom, where everything has extra limbs and nobody wears clothes.
Also, the only way out is pretty much death. So… hooray?
EDITOR’S NOTE: Twice the f-bombs!
Because A Princess of Mars was originally intended for those with more mature sensibilities than The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, we don’t feel the need to caution readers as strongly about the coarseness of the language that lies herein. If you are concerned, however, you should know that, including the one on this page, this manuscript features one hundred and seventy-five.
Also, everybody’s naked. Cheers!