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The Ten Thousand Doors of January In the early 1900s, a young woman embarks on a fantastical journey of self discovery after finding a mysterious book in this captivating and lyrical debut.In a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself As the ward of the wealthy Mr Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that decorate the halls carefully maintained, largely ignored, and utterly out of place.Then she finds a strange book A book that carries the scent of other worlds, and tells a tale of secret doors, of love, adventure and danger Each page turn reveals impossible truths about the world and January discovers a story increasingly entwined with her own.Lush and richly imagined, a tale of impossible journeys, unforgettable love, and the enduring power of stories awaits in Alix E Harrow s spellbinding debut step inside and discover its magic. Free Download [ The Ten Thousand Doors of January ] By [ Alix E. Harrow ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – sneakerspear.co.uk

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  1. Make sure that you are adequately hydrated before you read this book So you can CRY when it s over I just finished reading and I feel like the world had just shifted a few degrees on its axis I m snatching at something to say, grasping for anything to make you wanna read this book, and sentence by sentence it all evades me I feel that with every word I put down, I m writing myself further from what I meant to say.Just Please read this book, open its door, step on its threshold I prom Make sure that you are adequately hydrated before you read this book So you can CRY when it s over I just finished reading and I feel like the world had just shifted a few degrees on its axis I m snatching at something to say, grasping for anything to make you wanna read this book, and sentence by sentence it all evades me I feel that with every word I put ...

  2. ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review.4.5 5 starsGorgeous and magical it s not a stretch to call The Ten Thousand Doors of January a magnificent physical manifestation of a grimoire.Orbit did it again The Ten Thousand Doors of January has shot to the top of my TBR since the moment I saw the cover and heard about the premise I was charmed and can safely say that I don t think I ve read many books as beautifully written as this novel I ve been saying this over an ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review.4.5 5 starsGorgeous and magical it s not a stretch to call The Ten Thousand Doors of January a magnificent physical manifestation of a grimoire.Orbit did it again The Ten Thousand Doors of January has shot to the top of my TBR since the moment I saw the cover and heard about the premise I was charmed and can safely say that I don t think I ve read many books as beautifully written as this novel I ve been saying this over and over again for a while now when it comes to modern SFF debuts, just read everything that Orbit publishes SFF books published by Orbit these days has a strong chance to satisfy your reading preferences and this novel amplified that notion I would also like to give a shout out to Emily Byron, who made sure this book reached me for my review, and Maddie Hall, the one in charge of the design behind the ARC packaging of this book e...

  3. i mean, it s a perfect book.that should be the alpha and the omega of this book review, because you ve probably already read the synopsis, and if it takesthan that to convince you of this book s desirability, i m sure i don t have the words to do it if you like seanan mcguire s wayward children series, you will probably enjoy this obviously, they both involve doorways to other worlds, young ish protagonists, and adventure, but theirsignificant shared characteristics are tonal haun i mean, it s a perfect book.that should be the alpha and the omega of this book review, because you ve probably already read the synopsis, and if it takesthan that to convince you of this book s desirability, i m sure i don t have the words to do it if you like seanan mcguire s wayward children series, you will probably enjoy this obviously, they both involve doorways to other worlds, young ish protagonists, and adventure, but theirsignificant shared characteristics are tonal haunting and yearning and saddish themes of displacement and otherne...

  4. If there is a part of you that has always felt there is magic in the world ever since childhood, despite voices to the contrary, and have a penchant for the whimsical, then Alix Harrow has written the perfect novel for you It is a story of doors, portals if you will, existing in places of particular resonance, stepping through the void, into fables, folklore, adventure, love and sanctuary, and the infinite power of words and stories In 1901, at the age of 7, the red skinned, wilful and cantank If there is a part of you that has always felt there is magic in the world ever since childhood, despite voices to the contrary, and have a penchant for the whimsical, then Alix Harrow has written the perfect novel for you It is a story of doors, portals if you will, existing in places of particular resonance, stepping through the void, into fables, folklore, adventure, love and sanctuary, and the infinite power of words and stories In 1901, at the age of 7, the red skinned, wilful and cantankerous January Scaller lives with her guardian, the enormously wealthy, white and powerful William Locke on a sprawling estate, in a house crammed full of stolen treasures in his collections, mostly acquired by her black father on his global adventures, occasionally returning, whilst she stays behind in Vermont January is in Kentucky when she encounters her first door, but Locke does not believe her and she is punished In her efforts to please him she grows up trying...

  5. Seeing the cover Want it Seeing the synopsis Need it Realising it is about escaping the reality Well, run a DNA test cuz I and this book relate for sure

  6. 5 thousand stars first for wonderful, amazing illustration on the cover and five thousand stars go for rest of the heart throbbing, one of the most creative, colorful, joyful journeys to many different imaginary portals you can never imagine to visit FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT, OPEN YOUR EYES, READY TO COUNT TO 10 THOUSAND This is amazing combination of McGuire s Wayward Children Series and Stephen King s Dark Tower series BLURB Seven years old January s revelation of finding a door opens to Faeri 5 thousand stars first for wonderful, amazing illustration on the cover and five thousand stars go for rest of the heart throbbing, one of the most creative, colorful, joyful journeys to many different imaginary portals you can never imagine to visit FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT, OPEN YOUR EYES, READY TO COUNT TO 10 THOUSAND This is amazing combination of McGuire s Wayward Children Series and Stephen King s Dark Tower series BLURB Seven years old January s revelation of finding a door opens to Faerie, Atlantis, Valhalla, and the places never found on a map Of course I m intrigued and wanted to learnHEROINE January is definitely brave, witty, sarcastic, loyal, gifted, young heroine It s enjoyable how she compares herself with regular book heroines with her great sense of humor FAVORITE CHARACTERS Of course the badass, loyal, brave dog SUPPORTING CHARA...

  7. All the stars Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature along with my co reviewer Marion s excellent review The Ten Thousand Doors of January is perched at the top of the mountain of portal fantasies that I ve read in my life It s set apart by Alix E Harrow s intelligent and truly gorgeous writing, unique characters including true friends and a fiercely loyal dog and a complex and twisty plot, combined with thoughtful consideration of racial and class prejudice, powerful men who All the stars Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature along with my co reviewer Marion s excellent review The Ten Thousand Doors of January is perched at the top of the mountain of portal fantasies that I ve read in my life It s set apart by Alix E Harrow s intelligent and truly gorgeous writing, unique characters including true friends and a fiercely loyal dog and a complex and twisty plot, combined with thoughtful consideration of racial and class prejudice, powerful men who make rules to benefit themselves, and other social issues January Sc...

  8. In the summer of 1901, at the age of seven, January Scaller found a Door You know the kind of door they lead to Faerie, to Valhalla, to Atlantis, to all the places never found on a map. These portal fan...

  9. You can find this review andat Novel Notions Actual rating waythan 5 stars I received a copy of this book from the publisher Orbit Redhook in exchange for an honest review All opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. Listen, not every story is made for telling Sometimes just by telling a story you re stealing it, stealing a little of the mystery away from it The Ten Thousand Doors of January is quite possibly the most achingly beautiful novel I ve ever read, a You can find this review andat Novel Notions Actual rating waythan 5 stars I received a copy of this book from the publisher Orbit Redhook in exchange for an honest review All opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. Listen, not every story is made for telling Sometimes just by telling a story you re stealing it, stealing a little of the mystery away from it The Ten Thousand Doors of January is quite possibly the most achingly beautiful novel I ve ever read, and I find it mind boggling that anything this lovely could possibly be a debut novel There are a scant handful of novels I ve experienced in my life The Name of the Wind, The Resurrection of Joan Ashby, and The Night Circus come to mind that were breathtaking debuts of this caliber, and they remain my very favorite books I ve ever had the pleasure of reading I m so incredibly happy to add Alix E Harrow s novel to that list If we address stories as archeological ...

  10. THE TEN THOUSAND DOORS OF JANUARY by Alix E Harrow is a beautifully written and absorbing tale of lost love, stately prisons, ghastly villains, and terrible secrets It s a smart and roving adventure that has a full and thumping heart.Harrow has created a mythology that is both tangible and tantalizing, and has injected that vision into turn of the 20th century America The historic details greatly enrich and never distract from a narrative that spans generations, continents, and worlds This i THE TEN THOUSAND DOORS OF JANUARY by Alix E Harrow is a beautifully written and absorbing tale of lost love, stately prisons, ghastly villains, and terrible secrets It s a smart and roving adventure that has a full and thumping heart.Harrow has created a mythology that is both tangible and tantalizing, and has injected that vision into turn of the 20th century America The h...

  11. HOLY SH T This book was like a drug to me Portals and the multiverse and word magic and fascinating women and crisp, textured prose I wanted to fold and unfold like a letter It s truly one of those books that s bigger on the inside, a house with countless rooms.

  12. The blurb from NetGalley EVERY STORY OPENS A DOORIn a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself As the ward of the wealthy Mr Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that decorate the halls carefully maintained, largely ignored and utterly out of place.But her quiet existence is shattered when she stumbles across a strange book A book that carries the scent of other worlds and tells a tale of secret doors, of love, adventure and dan The blurb from NetGalley EVERY STORY OPENS A DOORIn a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself As the ward of the wealthy Mr Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that decorate the halls carefully maintained, largely ignored and utterly out of place.But her quiet existence is shattered when she stumbles across a strange book A book that carries the scent of other worlds and tells a tale of secret doors, of love, adventure and danger Each page revealsimpossible truths about the world, and January discovers a story increasingly entwined with her own.This was a beautiful read I was thoroughly enchanted by it The story follows a girl called January I loved th...

  13. Like the cover to this book, the innards are lush, romantic, and adventuresome Beautiful prose, much better story, and ten thousand open doors to other realms awaiting us.Eventually The first part reads mostly like a Secret Garden type story, complete with the right time period This may be a bonus to a lot of you, but to me, it was quite simply okay.When we get word of her father s demise, however, everything picks up pace I particularly loved how vast swaths of plot were wrapped up in neat Like the cover to this book, the innards are lush, romantic, and adventuresome Beautiful prose, much better story, and ten thousand open doors to other realms awaiting us.Eventually The first part reads mostly like a Secret Garden type story, complete with the right time period This may be a bonus to a lot of you, but to me, it was quite simply okay.W...

  14. Sometimes I feel like there are doors lurking in the creases of every sentence, with periods for knobs and verbs for hinges Imagine being a child again, running through an overgrown field beneath a blue sky Letting your hands trail through the tops of the wild grains when suddenlyyou notice a raggedy blue door standing in the open Would you open it That is exactly how The Ten Thousand Doors of January begins In the early 1900s following a young deeply imaginative girl named January who most Sometimes I feel like there are doors lurking in the creases of every sentence, with periods for knobs and verbs for hinges Imagine being a child again, running through an overgrown field beneath a blue sky Letting your hands trail through the tops of the wild grains when suddenlyyou notice a raggedy blue door standing in the open Would you open it That is exactly how The Ten Thousand Doors of January begins In the early 1900s following a young deeply imaginative girl named January who mostly lives with Mr Locke, a billionaire Archeologist You see, her father works for him but is constantly traveling so January doesn t see him often which leads to a lot of mischief and exploring Well as much exploring as she can.Mr Lockes mansion is like a labyrinth A red stone castle at the edge of a lake full of artifacts and mysteries One day, J...

  15. It is at the moments when the doors open, when things flow between the worlds, that stories happen Alix E Harrow just wrote the story of my heart This follows January, a lonely girl who only finds solace inside the pages of books She also finds a family inside of one too, when a mysterious book about strange people and stranger worlds is given to her in a similarly mysterious and inexplicable fashion Through both this book, and the segments of the other, we find doorways into worlds, the wIt is at the moments when the doors open, when things flow between the worlds, that stories happen Alix E Harrow just wrote the story of my heart This follows January, a lonely girl who only finds solace inside the pages of books She also finds a family inside of one too, when a mysterious book about strange people and stranger worlds is given to her in a similarly mysterious and inexplicable fashion Through both this book, and the segments of the other, we find doorways into worlds, the worn edges where one creation brushes alongside others, and discover windows into souls, when the characters embark on the most arduous of journeys when they venture into them.January was an absolute horror of a child and an absolute delight of a protagonist Despite beaten by her lot in life and almost succumbing to the pressure of moulding ...