the golden door

The Golden Door by Emily Rodda

Emily Rodda

The Golden Door is a novel, about a girl named Jaela and her family. It includes several intense scenes that will haunt you for months, if not years to come.The Golden Doors: A unique novel about three sisters and a mother, set in the bad old days of apartheid-rule in South Africa. В The book is full of suspense and tension as the reader tries to figure out what is going on behind closed doors - who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? В Will The Golden Door be able to make you relate with its characters? Will it be able to make you feel what it feels like being imprisoned in a real jail cell? Or will it just leave you with a deep sense of despair instead?

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"I was fascinated by the book and the history it contained. The book is written in a way where you feel like you are part of the story as you read along. I couldn't put it down and finished it in one day."- Caitlyn, 9th grade
The Golden Door is a story about a girl named Bluebell who lives in a cottage with her father, grumpy and old Mr. Tweedle, and her grandfather, sweet and old Mr. Tweedle. When Bluebell's mother inexplicably leaves them, the family struggles to overcome their grief and find their way back to happiness.The Golden Door is told from the point of view of Bluebell, so it is hard to tell what her mother is feeling or
This book is loved by everyone in my family. The characters are so real and I love how the story unfolds.My favorite part of this book is when the boys are trying to get home. They get lost and end up in a forest, it's so suspenseful and exciting. It's hard to put down once you start reading.
I needed to write a literature review about The Golden Door and City Of A Thousand Dolls books. I read The Golden Door with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Emily Rodda is a wonderful writer.