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Every Heart a Doorway Download ä 100 ß Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward ChildrenNo SolicitationsNo VisitorsNo uestsChildren have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe tumbling down rabbit holes and into old wells and emerging somewhere elseBut magical lands have litEleanor West’s Home for Wayward ChildrenNo SolicitationsNo VisitorsNo uestsChildren have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe tumbling down rabbit holes and into old wells and em. I bought this book as soon as I read the premise and the novel exceeded my high expectations What happens to all those children in fantasy novels who come back from fantastic worlds — when Lucy emerged from the wardrobe or Alice from the looking glass or Max from the Land of the Wild Things Surely that’s got to be a traumatic re entry into mundane reality Every Heart a Doorway takes that idea and runs with it introducing us to Miss West’s Home for Wayward Children where such young folk are given a safe place to recover and recuperate after their otherworldly experiences Some of the children have been to lands of order some to lands of chaos some to dark some to light But all have been kicked out and forced to return home and now they long to return to their fantasy realms Miss West tries to console them and convince them to accept the grim reality that they can never return The home is part school part orphanage part addiction recovery center Each child has been permanently marked and changed by their experiences Our protagonist Nancy still yearns for her time in the realm of the dead where everything seemed peaceful ordered comfortable She misses the silence and the shadows She knows the lord and lady of death would welcome her back if she could just find the way Then shortly after Nancy’s arrival children at the school begin to be brutally murdered Who is the killer and why are these deaths happening The story is poignant and sweet — a breath of fresh air in the fantasy genre while also serving as a great mystery It is a short read but powerful and I especially appreciated the way Nancy was represented as romantic asexual I just don’t see many characters like this in fiction and I found her portrayal believable and well done I am glad this book is the beginning of a series

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Eking a way back to their own fantasy worldBut Nancy’s arrival marks a change at the Home There’s a darkness just around each corner and when tragedy strikes it’s up to Nancy and her new found schoolmates to get to the heart of the matterNo matter the co. cleaning out old reviews and was surprised to pull this one back up and find how much hate I got in the comments for itlolol sob I won't leave my thoughts here except to say I was disappointed that it snarked at Narnia which is a series I acknowledge is problematic but it was still a cornerstone of my childhood and I don't like books that diss other books

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Every Heart a DoorwayErging somewhere elseBut magical lands have little need for used up miracle childrenNancy tumbled once but now she’s back The things she’s experienced they change a person The children under Miss West’s care understand all too well And each of them is se. FOR THE WICKED Best dedication ever This creepy little novella is stunning and absolutely unforgettable Children have always found doorways into different words – rabbit holes wardrobes magic mirrors But what happens to the children who come back Read this book to find outThe story touches on so many topics What is home What is it like to be different and misunderstood and how does it feel like to finally find others who understand you And most of all what happens when well meaning parents make decisions for their kids and try to force them into the image of the perfect daughter or son instead of listening to them and respecting them as people in their own rightThe story is beautifully written and the different worlds and characters come to life We have worlds of candies princesses rainbows and unicorns and worlds of the dead blood skeletons and creepy doctors And the kids coming from all these words need to somehow get along I’d love find out about them all I’ve seen readers complain that the murder mystery is predictable and I have to admit I agree but it didn’t bother me at all I feel the story wasn’t about the mystery – it was about everything elseThe funny thing is I didn’t particularly want to visit any of these worlds and that’s great Yes you heard me right It’s great because I could still understand why the characters want to live there I could still see what appeals to them and how those worlds would make them feel like home And that’s the entire point – people have different interests values goals things that make them happy and all of them are valid Side note I’m currently trying to get through all the Hugo nominees before the voting deadline If all books are as enjoyable as this one it won’t be any trouble at allOooh oooh and the book included a few sample chapters from the seuel It’s about Jack and Jill who are my favorites they come from one of the creepy worlds And it was published a few days ago Argh unfortunately I’ve decided to read only Hugo nominees before the voting deadline so it will have to wait Let’s see how long my resolve lastsLet’s end with a beautiful uote back on the subject of parents trying to force their children into an idealized image You’re nobody’s rainbowYou’re nobody’s princessYou’re nobody’s doorway but your own and the only one who gets to tell you how your story ends is you I know not exactly groundbreaking but it’s really sweet and tear jerking in context Can’t say or I’ll spoil it