The White Door by Heather Kindt

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The game just got real. Like really, really real.

Okay, if you have been reading this series, I cannot wait for you to grab this one! If you haven’t started this series, it is amazing, and you should absolutely read it! Please do not start the series with this book. This is a series that should be read in order. These are not stand-alone stories.

The White Door picks up pretty soon after the last book ends. We are literally thrown into the action within the first few pages, and it’s a heart-racing adventure from there on out. Someone is trying to kill Brek, and they don’t know who. Behind the white door, Meg and Brek discover yet another world, but this one proves to be so different from the previous ones. They find themselves thrown into crazy plans that have involved them from the start, and dangers that are proving to be more real than they could have ever expected.

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The Red Door by Heather Kindt

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What I Loved:

I LOVE it when the second book in a series is just as great as the first, and The Red Door WAS just as amazing as The Green Door! I was so pleased to see that Heather Kindt’s writing was true to the first story, but still found a whole new world to delve into!

How I Felt:

The story picks up a very short amount of time from where the last book ended. I loved that we didn’t lose much time between the two stories, and it created that sense of urgency the characters felt to get back to the game.

The plot has our characters heading off to attack the challenge of whatever is behind the red door this time. And boy, it was a whole new world! I loved the magic twisted with very real-feeling situations that the characters faced. The Queen of the land they enter has this magical hold over the kingdom. People fall over themselves to throw their hearts and bodies at the Queen. Something strange is happening, and Meg needs to figure out how to resist the Queen before they are all lost to her magical pull.

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The Green Door by Heather Kindt

Rating: 4 out of 5.
A pink box with "Fantasy" written and a fantasy view of a forest with mountains.
The Green Door book cover.  A green door covered with leaves.
Four young adults sitting together.  Text of "Young Adults"

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!

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The Weaver by Heather Kindt

While this review does not contain full-blown spoilers, I am describing some things that happen in the book in a bit more detail than usual. If you don’t want to read anything like that. Here’s my quick review: It’s a good YA book, just needs to be better developed.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

My Thoughts:

What I Loved: The premise of this story surrounds a writer’s characters that come to life. I loved this. Envisioning a hero or villain of a book coming to life and the author still controlling their destiny through the writing is so intriguing!

How I Felt: I did like this book, and I will be reading the second in the series. I felt like the plot was really great, but the book needs to be fleshed out properly.

  • There is a society that the main character is introduced to, but it felt very thrown in and could have been removed completely. I liked the idea behind the society, but their story just seemed haphazardly thrown in.
  • There are many scenes where I found myself losing track of the characters placement. I would read and be full of suspense as to what would happen next, and then it would be over. I had to go back and re-read sections to figure out what had happened. It wasn’t that I was skipping sentences, it’s that the climax would be just a quick line. It felt more like the author was telling instead of showing me what was happening.
  • The idea of weavers, writers who have the ability to bring their characters to life, is supposed to be this super secret thing and yet it seemed that some characters accepted the idea with little confusion. There is a society that the main character is introduced to, but it felt very thrown in and could have been removed completely. I liked the idea behind the society, but their story just seemed haphazardly thrown in. The main character seemed hell-bent on not realizing what was going on though and she had more information than others did. It did not make a lot of sense.

To Read or Not To Read: Looking past everything I just listed, this was still a good book. I enjoyed the story, and am very interested to find out what happens next. Fantasy YA readers would enjoy this book.

What’s This Book About Anyway?

Laney is a freshman in college. She spends her time writing her book and hanging out with Jason, a childhood friend. It is his roommate, however, that seems to be catching her eye.

Laney is attacked by a man who seems to remind her of someone, and as incidents keep happening, she begins to believe that this man may be the villain from her novel. He begins threatening her, using her friends and family, unless she writes the novel the way he wants.

She is racing the clock to understand why he is here and how she can stop him before it is too late.


This ARC was provided to me by NetGalley and The Parliment House in exchange for my honest review.

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