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The Third Door (2012)

by Emily Rodda(Favorite Author)
4.24 of 5 Votes: 3
Scholastic Australia
The Three Doors Trilogy
review 1: I was disappointed by the last book in the Spook's Apprentice series and by this one too. (And, I am already worried about Moira Young's conclusion to her Dustlands trilogy.) I thought this book was disjointed and while it tied together some plots from the earlier books, it left too much unresolved and unexplained. Rye, Sonia, Sholto, and Dirk go through the third (wood) door and find a tribe plotting a war against the wrong enemy. Despite their best efforts, things go badly, and the saving ploy was far fetched.
review 2: This book is a riveting end to a refreshingly original series! As children's fantasy novels go, it's hard to find variation in basic plot structure, however this series kept me guessing with each chapter. Rodda has a talent for taking clic
... morehe fantasy topics like a mysterious evil villain, long lost heroes, and magical items, and turning them into something you've never seen before.tl;dr A refreshing fantasy series that keeps you on your toes less
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We loved it!!!! Creative, engaging, compelling. My seven yr old son and I want more!!
Amazing ending.... completely threw me I loved it so much
So many twists
love the end
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