Each night Natalie dreams...and journeys to a magical world where she faces a challenge: sixteen doors that she must open, one each night. But should she open the doors? And is it really just a dream? Things are getting worse- in her dreams and in the real world. Should she open the final door? More
Natalie had been twelve for seven days when the dreams began...if she is dreaming. Each night she is supposed to open another door, and each door offers a challenge, and a gift. But is she dreaming? Should she be opening the doors? Things in her world- the real world- are getting stranger and stranger, and there are consequences to opening the doors. Her guide insists that she must open all of them, but there are others telling her not to, and willing to fight to stop her. What should Natalie do? Should she open the last door?
on Dec. 30, 2016 :
This isn't a bad book. In fact, it's a weird kind of story, with the potential to be wonderful too. But I feel like too much was left unanswered. The big question she's supposed to be answering is whether or not she should be opening the doors, and I'm still not entirely sure what the answer to that question
actually is, let alone how she found herself in the position to need to answer the question in the first place.