But they’re not the only ones who know of Eden’s gift, and soon the child mysteriously vanishes.
Desperate for answers, Cedar digs into the past and finds herself thrust into a magical world of Celtic myths, fantastical creatures, and bloody rivalries. Teaming up with the unlikeliest of allies, Cedar must bridge the gap between two worlds and hold tight to the love in her heart…or lose everything to an ancient evil.
The first in the Thin Veil series, Through the Door is a pulse-pounding adventure that takes readers across the globe and deep into the hidden realms of Celtic lore.
I was given a copy of it from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. It looked pretty interesting, and I'm a fan of Fantasy, so I thought I'd give it a shot.
When I started it, I figured I'd read a few pages before bed just to get into it like I usually do when starting a new book. That soon turned into way past my bedtime and I only managed to put it down because I reminded myself that I need to be coherent for work.
That continued to happen every time I picked it up. I would immediately become so immersed in the story that I'd forget to sleep. Who needs sleep when you have good books, right?
Anyway, more than once I had to close the book and wall away because the feelings it gave me were much too strong and I was in public areas... didn't need the people around me looking at me like I'm some alien being as I clutched my chest and tried to hang on while the book tried to kill me.
I really loved the characters. Maybe not how they all acted, but they made the story what it was. I very much recommend this book. It's easily 5/5 platypires.