The Ten Thousand Doors of January

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. Best Read [ The Ten Thousand Doors of January ] By [ Alix E. Harrow ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • The Ten Thousand Doors of January
  • Alix E. Harrow
  • English
  • 17 March 2018
  • 0316421995

10 thoughts on “The Ten Thousand Doors of January

  1. says:

    I almost didn t write this review.I felt that to speak of this book would be to contain what it did to me, to diminish it somehow And I didn t want to do that The Ten Thousand Doors of January is almost less a novel than an experience never have I feltlike I was part of things, moved by the same current, like my soul had disconnected from my body and drifted among fictional souls in a mist somewhere between fantasy and reality It seemed hardly credible when I finished reading that I co I almost didn t write this review.I felt that to speak of this bo...

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    ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review. 4.5 5 stars Gorgeous 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 ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review. 4.5 5 stars Gorgeous 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 easily the most beautiful A...

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    NOW AVAILABLE 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 characteristi NOW AVAILABLE 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 othernes...

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    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 est...

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    ETA On the Fantasy Literature website, at the link, there s a truly fascinating and insightful interview with this author, Alix Harrow And one commenter in the thread to that page will win a free copy of this book Right now the chances are great, about 1 in 10 not counting comments from people associated with the site , so go give it a shot 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 i ETA On the Fantasy Literature website, at the link, there s a truly fascinating and insightful interview with this author, Alix Harrow And one...

  6. says:

    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

  7. says:

    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 CHARACTERS Mr Locke, blood freezing, t...

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    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 fantasy premises get me EVERY TIME This sounds a bit like McGuire s Wayward Children series, w...

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    NOW PUBLISHED 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, adv NOW PUBLISHED 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 t...

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    Maybe you ve even seen one for yourself, standing half ajar and rotted in an old church, or oiled and shining in a brick wall Maybe, if you re one of those fanciful persons who find their feet running toward unexpected places, you ve even walked through one and found yourself in a very unexpected place indeedJanuary is a young girl torn between two worlds Her parentage makes her special, yet people see what they want to see, dictated by the twisted preconceived notions of the early 20Maybe you ve even seen one for yourself, standing half ajar and rotted in an old church, or oiled and shining in a brick wall Maybe, if you re one of those fanciful persons who find their feet running toward unexpected places, you ve even walked through one and found yourself in a very unexpected place indeedJanuary is a young girl torn between two worlds Her parentage makes her special, yet people see what they want to see, dictated by the twisted preconceived notions of the ...

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