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Every Heart a Doorway

Eleanor Wests Home for Wayward ChildrenNo SolicitationsNo VisitorsNo QuestsChildren 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... else.But magical lands have little need for used-up miracle children.Nancy tumbled once, but now shes back. The things shes experienced... they change a person. The children under Miss Wests care understand all too well. And each of them is seeking a way back to their own fantasy world.But Nancys arrival marks a change at the Home. Theres a darkness just around each corner, and when tragedy strikes, its up to Nancy and her new-found schoolmates to get to the heart of the matter.No matter the cost....

Title : Every Heart a Doorway
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ISBN : 9780765385505
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 169 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Every Heart a Doorway Reviews

  • Pouting Always

    Eleanor West's School for Wayward Children takes in kids who have trouble readjusting to life after being found again. These kid's stories of where they have been are fantastic and hard to believe, leading parents to worry, especially when many of the kids seem depressed to be back. Kids are taken to the school to undergo therapy to let go of their delusions of the time they spent away from home and deal with the emotional fallout, or so the parents think. Eleanor West may tell the parents what ...more

  • emma

    THIS BOOK CHECKS ALL OF MY BOXES. Seanan McGuire may be...inside my very mind as we speak. (No but actually I kind of wish???)

    First off, this book is teeny as all get out and oh MAN I love a short book!!!

    Come to think of it...I really love a short book. Three five star ratings so far this year, and they’re clocking in at 173 pages, 181 pages, and a whopping 190 pages.

    Maybe I just hate reading?

    No no no no I will not get distracted from the fact that this is

  • Kat O'Keeffe

    Such a charming, lovely book about magic and belonging. I absolutely ADORED the premise, the writing, and the cast of characters. My only real complaint is that I wish it was longer and the mystery aspect was a little more fleshed out. It's a very short book, and there's a lot of great stuff packed into the pages we have, but it was a bit too abrupt. Still, the ideas explored and the beautiful imagery far outweigh the negatives for me. Cannot wait to get my hands on the prequel/companion novel c ...more

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)

    This was definitely not what I was expecting it to be, but it was a fun read! I liked the mystery aspect of it and I enjoyed getting to know the cast of characters and the different worlds they had come from. I did want a little more of a punch with the ending, but it was overall satisfying.

  • Petrik

    A good enchanting short tale on acceptance and misfits.

    Hogwarts, Narnia, Middle-Earth, every reader who has tasted speculative fiction will most likely have imagined themselves transported to one, Every Heart A Doorway (EHAD) showed the aftermath of going into these different worlds with no option of going back to them. It’s a great premise and I love how the book told the character’s struggle in coping with their new reality; where even their own family doesn’t trust the things that they experi

    “This world is unforgiving and cruel to those it judges as even the slightest bit outside the norm.”

    For such a short book—around 2 hours read—EHAD managed to talk about a lot of important topics regarding diversity, bullying and most importantly, acceptance; not to mention McGuire’s prose is so damn lovely and enchanting to read. There are so many phrases that I highlighted just from the first part of the book.

    This is a good novella, but in my opinion, without a doubt highly overrated. This book is divided into two parts and let me tell you, the first part of this book is amazing, at this point I honestly thought it would be 5 stars read, which would also make this book automatically be the first YA book I’ve rated 5 stars. However, the second part of the book disappointed me, my interest dwindled as the story turns into a murder mystery and I can’t help but feel that McGuire tried to put too many things to discuss within this short story; at the same time, this made the character's personality fell flat to me as well.

    EHAD is a good short story but from the first book alone, I still don’t know whether I’ll continue with this series up until the end or not yet, especially after knowing there will be at least six books in it. However, I will read the second book before making my final decision. I recommend this to anyone who’s looking for a good short portal fantasy read. This book received tons of awards, quite highly praised among YA community, there’s a high chance you’re going to enjoy this much more than me.

    “You’re nobody’s doorway but your own, and the only one who gets to tell you how your story ends is you.”

    This review can also be found on my dear friend, Haifa's blog: Booksprens

    You can find the rest of my Adult Epic/High Fantasy & Sci-Fi reviews at BookNest ...more

  • Em (RunawayWithDreamthieves)

    If you want to contact me, please reach out to my spirit via astral projection whilst I'm daydreaming about finding my own doorway into a magical realm and kicking off a series of events that will eventually lead me into an eery boarding school with oddball people from different ethnicities and with differing sexual orientations!

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  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    *Unpopular Opinion Time*

    I very rarely give books 1 star ratings, but I just didn't like it. The majority of my friends and the world loved it and I'm glad they did, but it just wasn't for me. Enough said =(