Thursday, December 27, 2007

100 Cupboards

100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson
Additional links: Interview with author and his first published book, Leepike Ridge review.

Henry York is traveling to Henry, Kansas to stay with his aunt, uncle, and four girl cousins because his parents were recently kidnapped. While he is with his relatives he finds (in his own bedroom) hidden cupboards all over the walls. What he discovers with one of his younger cousins in, through, and about these cupboards is extremely mysterious and possibly dangerous. The right decisions need to be made, but Henry is not sure if he is up to it.

100 Cupboards is N.D.Wilson’s first installment in his new fantasy trilogy. He brings to life many new and different characters and this added to my enjoyment of his book. When you read as much as I do you can see similarities in characters from completely different books. I appreciated the uniqueness of Wilson’s characters and enjoyed their adventures. One thing that stood out and was impressive was how I was able to connect, and sometimes even feel like, I was participating in this story.

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Bohae said...

Wow sounds interesting :-) Thanks for the review!

Erin said...

Yeah, sometimes you felt like you were RIGHT THERE.

Polka Dotted Pickles said...

Reminds me of wardrobes in C.S. Lewis' books.

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