The Attic Door: The Complete Story

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Serena's grandfather only has one rule: Don't open the Door in the Attic. But rules like that are made to be broken. Serena learns that the Door doesn't go anywhere, but it doesn't go nowhere. More
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About Jonathan Brett

Jonathan Brett has had adventures through several career paths including teaching, newspaper, public relations, human resources, retail, and factory work. One would think he learned a lot about the human condition, but has discovered that he has learned quite a bit about very little, which is one of the reasons that he keeps writing.

Brett lives in Brockway, Pennsylvania, with his wife and son.

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Reviews of The Attic Door: The Complete Story by Jonathan Brett

Robyn Jane Sheppard reviewed on July 19, 2014

This is not only a great tale, but it is the first in a series of five books. I've read the entire series and recommend it to anyone of any age. And parents? Yes, it is completely appropriate for your young family members (i.e., no sex!).

My only complaint is that I've finished the series. But I'm looking forward to reading his other stories!
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christine bonner reviewed on Sep. 1, 2012

Serena and her mum move back in with her great grandfather as he dad has to go to war. in the attic is a door that she has been told not to go though. the other side of the door is magical this is the first book in 3 of a quick read any age will love it
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crpgnut reviewed on July 23, 2012

This is a pretty decent fantasy, targeted at younger readers. Typical story of a young teenager whose family are hereditary guardians of a magical world. While the story is theroretically fantasy, most of the book takes place in the real world and deals with the issues of a young girl.
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Denise Owens reviewed on June 26, 2012

A very captivating book from the very start. Very well written. I look forward to reading Book 2.
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