The Lost Door by Steen Jones
Publication Date: January 16, 2018
Publisher: Steen Jones
4 out of 5 stars
Seven years after Eden learned the truth about her family and her heritage, she is preparing to let her daughter in on the secret. The plan was always to tell Gabby on her eighteenth birthday – but fate has other plans. When Eden goes missing after investigating some damage at the door to Palus in Brazil, it is up to Gabby to find her mother while learning the unbelievable – that this world is not the only one.
This is the second book in Steen Jones’ Door Keeper trilogy, and I had the opportunity to review the first book when it first came out last February. I really enjoyed it, so I was excited to get my hands on the sequel.
The Lost Door is full of just as much magic and whimsy as the first book in the series, but the stakes are raised throughout the entire novel. This story has its dark moments, and rather than spending time learning the rules of the doors, we get to spend time exploring different worlds. We meet a large cast of characters, and we switch between Eden’s and Gabby’s perspectives throughout.
New characters, new worlds, new creatures, and new magic all make The Lost Door an enjoyable new adventure from Steen Jones.