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A quest is embarked on to find the key to The Heart of Endra. This trio must survive what is thrown at them, Tim style. Tim loves to have his characters fighting, and he does it well. Neanna I really like. She is selfless and puts her life at risk on occasions to save Zach. This is not a story of romance, it is a fantasy and a fantastic one at that. I mix it between middle grade and a bit older. I could so easily see this book on school library shelves.
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I really loved seeing certain characters reflections when they entered the human world. I had a great time between doorways, between worlds, the doors popping up in random places. She needs a drum roll, she is quite disgusting with her snot and maggots hanging off her. Every time I read a scene with the Delf in it, I got a very good visual in my head. Tim writes her like a little boy who enjoys all things gooey and icky. Trains, planes and automobiles, and spells, spiky tablets of pain, all add to this story. It is these added details that make where Tim takes us and what he does to his characters a great read.
I raise my eyebrow at Tim Declan Tanner. White handlebar moustache, he walks through a doorway into a western setting. Apr 13, Michelle novelsontherun rated it it was amazing. Oct 21, Susan rated it liked it Shelves: 4review , contemporary , audiobook , kids , fantasy , paranormal , modified-beasties.
In a dreary isolated house somewhere in the UK, 16 year old Zach Black hates his uncle Thandel and wishes his sick sister, Anna, would recover swiftly. Zach and Anna recently lost their parents and were placed in the care of their bachelor uncle who is rather creepy.
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Zach stumbles upon a doorway into another world and is swept off to adventure by a very hairy man, the werewolf William Weaver. Once in Endra, a mirror of Earth, Zach is off and running for his life as zombies chase William and his In a dreary isolated house somewhere in the UK, 16 year old Zach Black hates his uncle Thandel and wishes his sick sister, Anna, would recover swiftly.
Once in Endra, a mirror of Earth, Zach is off and running for his life as zombies chase William and his companions, including the injured and unconscious vampire Neanna. Plenty of action follows Zach around as he tries to figure out the rules to Endra and search out a key and a box with a heart in it. Back home, Zach is merely a 16 year old kid but in Endra he is a Peacekeeper, complete with magically reloading crossbows. Lots of vile forces work against Zach and his friends, but the worst of them is Throat.
He also has spidepedes spelling? Neanna, once she wakes up, and William are both forces to be reckoned with and are loyal friends to Zach.
Their adventures take them back into Earth at one point and it was quite fun to see their mere appearance terrorize the populace , through a haunted graveyard, and to a prison. William has a pretty detailed family background and he was the most in-depth character in the novel. I quite enjoyed learning about his motivations, past injuries, his shame, and his family. I think this story is geared more for teens as some of the imagery was pretty simple. For example, referring to what would be a graveyard on Earth as a Gray Yard in Endra. There are 3 female side characters and all 3 start off needing rescuing.
Eventually, Neanna rallies and becomes a force in action and wit. For much of the book, Anna is a character to be pitied and hopefully rescued, though she does get to do a little independent action late in the book.
The queen must still be rescued. So most of the action is carried out by the males. I would have liked to see this more balanced. Still, I enjoyed it enough to check out Book 2 in the series. The Narration: Fred Wolinsky did a pretty good job with this book. He had a variety of voices, both male and female, both human and nonhuman, and each was distinct. I especially liked his voice for William, which had a werewolfish burr to it and the occasional howl. He also threw in some special effects, such as for the ghosts. He gave some of the ghosts a Scottish burr and some ghouls a Hispanic accent.
While I personally felt the Hispanic accent was a little overdone I hear Spanish weekly if not daily , it will probably work for most folks. I do have to say that most of the time the voice for Zach sounded more like a 12 year old boy instead of one for a boy on the cusp of manhood. Nov 14, Gaele rated it liked it Shelves: audio-book , reviewed. Zach finds himself stepping through a doorway and meeting up with friendly vampires and werewolves.
Soon he realizes this parallel universe holds people he knows, some with very different skills and traits than those he recognizes. His friendship with William and Neanna is serving the plot nicely, and they do show a solid connection. But all of the characters were a touch flat for me without great development that would have had me over the moon about the title. I received an AudioBook copy of the title from the author for purpose of honest review.
I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. Jan 05, Jackie rated it it was amazing. Doorways was both exciting, brilliant, disgusting, scary and full of surprises! William, bless him — so felt for him and his childish mistake — both pisically and in his heart.
Loving his character and the banter between him and Zach. Nearly wept when I thought he was dead under the rock fall after the battle! Loved, loved, loved the fight scene with the zombies.