What I Loved:
I loved all the questions this story provided! The main characters are as lost as the reader as they step through the green door to an unknown world. It was fun and exciting, and I really enjoyed it!
How I Felt:
This is my second book by Heather Kindt, and I am really starting to enjoy her writing! I think that she has a way of creating these fantastic fantasy settings that are rooted in today’s world. It’s a great mix!
The plot of The Green Door took me all over the place! The characters enter the green door to get an egg, but so much more than that happens! I thought it was an exciting adventure for the characters, and I loved the way they encountered so many situations they needed to work through.
The characters were filled with personality. The main character, Meg, was easy to like, and I enjoyed her compassion and her snarky attitude when it was needed. The story is filled with so many other characters that you can love and hate. I think they were well developed when created. So many secondary characters had secrets and depth, and I liked reading about their stories too!
Overall, I really enjoyed this book! I thought it was filled with exciting moments that kept me turning the pages, and I liked the adventure! I look forward to the second book!!
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend The Green Door to readers that enjoy adventure fantasy stories that have characters from the world we know. Readers that enjoy books like The Hunger Games might enjoy this one!
Where to Find This Book:
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The game was supposed to be easy… enter the door, find the object, collect the prize money.
But nothing is ever that easy for Meg Covington. Her dad keeps a roof over her head, but college is out of the question. Her best friend, Brek, will leave for school, and she’ll be trapped in her hometown—that is until Meg discovers the flyer for Rosenbaum’s game hanging in the entryway of the record store.
Within the basement of the mansion lies the white passage, a hallway lined with colorful doors. When each door turns out to be a portal to another world, things get complicated quickly. If they find the object within the world, Meg will take her first step towards freedom. But is it really just a game, or a one-way ticket to something much more dangerous?
The Green Door is the first book in Heather Kindt’s young adult fantasy series. If you like strong female leads, adventure, snarky attitudes, and sexy sirens, then you’ll love the first installment in the Eternal Artifacts series.
Just the Facts:
The Green Door by Heather Kindt
Series: The Eternal Artifacts, Book 1
Genre: YA Fantasy
Page Count: 266 pages
Publisher: Independently Published
Pub Date: June 11, 2020
I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.