“The only one who gets to tell you how your story ends is you.”
What happened to Alice and Wendy after they returned from Wonderland and Neverland? What if all the Narnias and Fillories were real? What if there were so many worlds that their differing natures could be plotted along a graph with virtue–evil and logic–nonsense axes? What if the hundreds of children who had visited them lived among us? How would they live in the mundane world, knowing a magic kingdom still called? Such is the premise of Every Heart a Doorway.
“Now I know that if you open the right door at the right time, you might finally finds a place where you belong.”
Skip the “There Was a Little Girl” prologue and be drawn into a home for such disaffected children through the eyes of Continue reading