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The Blue Door

Color Weavers, Book 1
Narrated by: Tucker McDougall
Length: 8 hrs and 48 mins
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Fablehaven Meets Wizard of Oz.

Open the door. We’re off to see the genocidal wizard.

After fires kill thousands all over the world in an instant, the few survivors are left with a symbol scorched into their lives and more questions than answers. Nick falls into the system. Cindy moves in with her godmother. They try move on, to forget.

But then water begins stalking Nick around high school, awakens latent synesthesia, and applies scents to the colors of a magic he didn’t know he had. Cindy, a weaver of fire, knows more, but not enough to prepare them for the appearance of a living portal.

They will cross this threshold to find answers to their parents’ murder, what their gifts mean, and what plans a magical serial killer has for the world. With the help of a feisty sylph and a sentient door, they just might make it, but only if they can survive the angry nixies, bloodthirsty redcaps, bone-crushing trow, and the friendship of a fairy queen who may not want them to succeed.

©2018 Charlie Pulsipher (P)2019 Charlie Pulsipher

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Incredibly inventive and fun family story

Everyone in my family was enthralled with this book. Great from start to finish! I started listening to this and when my kids heard part of it, they insisted I wait for them to listen to it too. Cinder (Cindy) was a great character because my teenager daughter thought she was cool ange loved that she was a strong and magical character. Nix (Nick) was likable and admirable in spite of all he'd been through and was still a happy guy (with a bit of colorful language). Thresh was a new kind of character with a sarcastic perspective but still probably my favorite. We can't wait for the next book!

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Fun story

This is a great,fun story with unique characters and one of The main characters is handicapped but that doesn't stop him.

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Fresh fantasy

I have always loved fairy stories, and this book was excellent. I really enjoyed the rich imagery and non-stop action. The narrator did a great job, especially with the sylph's brogue.

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Great book

The first thing I can think after finishing this book is when will the next one come out! I love the characters and the magic system is a great read I will be suggesting it to all my friends.

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Great book and perfect narration.

Well done! I'm recommending it to all my friends. The ending was unexpected and thought provoking.