The Door to January

The Door to January

Book - 2017
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In this paranormal thriller, sixteen-year-old Natalie Payson has had nightmares since moving away from Bernier, Maine, her hometown. She goes back to Bernier in summer to face up to the reason she left in the first place. There's also a boy she's trying hard not to trust.
Publisher: Yarmouth, ME : Islandport Press, 2017
Edition: First Islandport Press edition
ISBN: 9781944762100
1944762108
Branch Call Number: FICTION FRENCH
Characteristics: 193 pages ; 24 cm

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Oct 15, 2017

The Door to January is a masterfully crafted thriller, with a slow build that makes you question several timelines at once. Sound confusing? It’s not. In the capable hands of French, the reader is simultaneously thrust into the conflicts—okay, horrors—of the present, recent past and historical past. These timelines are woven into one seamless narrative vine. French’s writing is starkly beautiful and inherently echoes the grounded nature of Mainers. French’s Yankee authenticity sings on every page, in every exchange of dialogue. Beyond the beauty and the brilliance, this book stole my breath—I read the entire second half of the novel with my heart in my throat. Gah! So good.

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