The silver door by Emily Rodda (Book 2 in The Three doors trilogy) : reviewed by Josh Bruni
I didn’t read the first book in the series, so you can imagine the pleasant surprise I got when reading this book. The story is centred around four friends; Rye, Sonia, Dirk and Faene, who journey on in their second quest, back from the weld, planning to leave Faene in safety, while they set off to the Silver Door. The silver door will lead Rye, Sonia, Dirk and Faene to within an inch of death, to the edge of the world and to desolate and dangerous places where dark creatures roam, and the strange and often desperate people are locked in a brawl for survival. This book is heart-warming, and best read on a cold winter’s night, snuggled up under a blanket, sitting by the fire drinking cocoa. Emily Rodda has that special talent of being able to transport someone into her own fantasy world, where you can explore the deepest corners of the world, whilst experiencing all the necessary emotions; sadness, love, interest, captivation, and of course the necessary heart-stopping moments, and the blood-boiling seconds when you’re completely immersed inside the story.
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This is the trailer for the first book in the trilogy The golden door.