Fantasy Book Review: The Silver Door

The Silver Door by Emily Rodda

Rye made it through the golden Door and rescued his oldest brother, but his troubles are far from over. The walled city of Weld in which he lives is still under attack by flying beasts called skimmers and Rye must discover who is sending them before it’s too late. Also, his second brother, Sholto, is still missing and Rye can feel that he’s in terrible danger. Rye must choose one of the three Doors that lead out of Weld and venture into the unknown one more time. Will he save Sholto and Weld . . . or will the silver Door be the end of Rye?

Rye and his companions decide to go after Sholto, assuming he took the silver door. Weld’s leader is just the same as before – naïve and stubborn. So, the group is forced to also try to find a way to save their town from the nocturnal beasts that plague the town.

Rodda’s fantasy world of magic and unique creatures and characters is exciting and captivating. With a bit of humor and plenty of suspense and mystery – this sequel is another fun read for all ages. And as before, it’s impossible to put down. I have high expectations for the third and final installment in this incredible fantasy trilogy.

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