Are pictures of doors doorways? I’d like to think so. You’ll find some doors and also some doorways in here.
Check Meeghan @ Meeghan Reads to see if she’s just stuck to doorways or if she bent the rules (like I’ve done) and included good ol’ doors!
The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell (GR/SG) – I read Jewell’s other book, Then She Was Gone recently and… it was not a good experience (review to come soon). Utterly boring. But I’m nearly done with this one and it’s more promising! Maybe I’ll try some of Jewell’s other books, not all of them because some of them don’t sound so interesting as the others. But then again, Then She Was Gone sounded pretty interesting. Editing!DB here to say that she’s just finished it and not only was it miles and miles better than her first Lisa Jewell book, it’s a very good book as well.
Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All (GR/SG) – I definitely don’t understand the title, but there will probably be an excellent quote to warrant it. Plus it sounds like a book that will wreck me.
Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire (GR/SG) – This entire series is absolutely on my tbr. In fact the first book is on my shelf-of-soon, which means… well it means I’ll get around it on the 33rd of Februwhatever. So, you know, super very soon. Luckily they’re all super short!
Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune (GR/SG) – This is, as are many books everywhere, on my to-read list. Though I think this is somewhere in this year. Who knows.
The Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss (GR/SG) – Yes, hello, I’m using this again to call out Rothfuss (with love) but I really want my third book PLEASE. I’ll reread the first two books – I mean I have to because I remember absolutely nothing but this time I’ll really pay attention!
Okay, that’s all! Very quick but I am super excited for all of the March prompts because it’s scavenger hunt time again!
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