I’m sticking with Top 5 Tuesday again this week! I’m participating in the meme originally created by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm, now hosted by Meeghan Reads.
This month’s topics are like a bookish scavenger hunt — what fun! You can see all the topics for March here.
This week, it’s all about doorways, and I’m happy to share a few faves:
- Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune: Sweet and uplifting!
- A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L’Engle: I read this one ages ago, and I think this is as far as I got in the Wrinkle in Times series. Someday, I’ll go back and read the rest!
- The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow: I loved this book so much! The plot is fascinating, and I loved the main character.
- Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire: The first book in the Wayward Children series introduces us to a world where doors lead children to new lives. Such a favorite.
- The Door in the Hedge by Robin McKinley: A fairy tale collection that includes new stories as well as retellings. All are lovely.
What “door” books do you love?
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21 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 books with doorways”
I still haven’t read TJ Klune. Something I really must remedy.
Absolutely! Although I’d start with The House on the Cerulean Sea. The one here is good, but that one is amazing!
Will start with Cerulean Sea then!
Ooh I love Every Heart a Doorway and Under a Whispering Door!
Both are so good!!
How fun! Now you’ve got me pondering about books with doors and doorways and wondering if I could even come up with five. 😀
I’m sure you can! 🙂 Would love to hear what you think of.
The first book I thought of when I saw your topic was Every Heart a Doorway. Robin McKinley was the author who introduced me to high fantasy (with The Hero and the Crown).
I’ve loved so many Robin McKinley books! The Blue Sword is one of my favorites, even more so than The Hero and the Crown.
If I didn’t already have a post planned, I would have joined in this week. Doorways on covers is such a fun theme!
It was fun, and I think I have a bunch more I could have added!
I really like the Wayward Children series and I remember enjoying ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ but I never read any of her other books. I really do need to try some TJ Klune, I’ve heard nothing but good things. 🙂
TJ Klune is terrific — I’d suggest starting with The House in the Cerulean Sea.
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I love that you managed to get ‘door’ in the title AND on the covers!! So good!! Hope you had fun this week 💕
Lots of fun! Great topic!
That was fun, Lisa!
It felt like a fun scavenger hunt to find these!
The ten thousand doors of January is beautiful!!
I love the cover, and the books is amazing too!
Same here! I lowkey think about it as the book version of folklore!