Winter Door (The Gateway Trilogy, #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Winter Door (The Gateway Trilogy, #2)
  • Isobelle Carmody
  • English
  • 22 August 2017
  • 0375830189

About the Author: Isobelle Carmody

Isobelle Carmody began the first novel of her highly acclaimed Obernewtyn Chronicles while she was still in high school The series has established her at the forefront of fantasy writing in Australia.In addition to her young adult novels, such as the Obernewtyn Chronicles and Alyzon Whitestarr, Isobelle s published works include several middle grade fantasies Her still unfinished Gateway Trilogy Isobelle Carmody began the first novel of her highly acclaimed Obernewtyn Chronicles while she was still in high school The series has established her at the forefront of fantasy writing in Australia.In addition to her young adult novels, such as the Obernewtyn Chronicles and Alyzon Whitestarr, Isobelle s published works include several middle grade fantasies Her still unfinished Gateway Trilogy has been favorably compared to The Wizard of Oz and the Chronicles of Narnia The Little Fur quartet is an eco fantasy starring a half elf, half troll heroine and is fully illustrated by the author herself.Isobelle s most recent picture book, Magic Night, is a collaboration with illustrator Declan Lee Originally published in Australia as The Wrong Thing, the book features an ordinary housecat who stumbles upon something otherworldly Across all her writing, Isobelle shows a talent for balancing the mundane and the fantastic.Isobelle was the guest of honor at the 2007 Australian National Science Fiction Convention She has received numerous honors for her writing, including multiple Aurealis Awards and Children s Book Council of Australia Awards.She currently divides her time between her home on the Great Ocean Road in Australia and her travels abroad with her partner and daughter Librarian s note Penguin Australia is publishing the Obernewtyn Chronicles in six books, and The Stone Key is book five In the United States and Canada this series is published by Random House in eight books this Penguin Australia book is split into two parts and published as Wavesong Book Five and The Stone Key Book Six.


Winter Door (The Gateway Trilogy, #2) In the midst of the worst winter on record, Rage is beset with worry Her mother still hasn t fully recovered from her car accident despite Rage s successful quest for healing magic Her stoic uncle seems to be having second thoughts about looking after her The school bully, Logan, is increasingly malicious And her only friend, Billy Thunder, is just a dog again As if that weren t enough, there s something wild lurking in the woods around the farm Do Rage s dreams hint at a sinister threat to two worlds New Download [ Winter Door (The Gateway Trilogy, #2) ] author [ Isobelle Carmody ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Winter Door (The Gateway Trilogy, #2)

  1. Rachel Brown says:

    Sequel to Night Gate, in which I was fascinated by the twelve year old heroine s stirrings of first love relationship with Billy Thunder, her dog who turns into an attractive teenage boy when they go to fantasyland together to try to wake her mother from a coma.Now back in the real world, it turns out that Rage s mom briefly rallied, but is now worse than ever Oops To Rage s sorrow, Billy Thunder is a dog again For the first half of the novel, Rage has brief dreams of fantasyland, but much of Sequel to Night Gate, in which I was fascinated by the twelve year old heroine s stirrings of first love relationship with Billy Thunder, her dog who turns into an attractive teenage boy when they go to fantasyland together to try to wake her mother from a coma.Now back in the real world, it turns out that Rage s mom briefly rallied, but is now worse than ever Oops To Rage s sorrow, Billy Thunder is a dog again For the first half of the novel, Rage has brief dreams of fantasyland, but much of the action involves her battle and then friendship with a troubled bully from her school, Logan A human rival for Billy Thunder, I thought But when she finally confides her magical adventures to Logan, he becomes fascinated even a bit obsessed with her descriptions of Elle, her dog who became a beautiful blonde girl Fo...

  2. Paradoxical says:

    I love these books It s official I m not even sure why I love them so much, other than they tug on my heart and it s just so much wholesome adventurousness that it makes me do happy dances inside I do have little issues with them, but they re small, niggling things that don t matter much at all.What I think I like most about them is the imagination that s put into each one Winter Door definitely does not disappoint in this aspect Rage is back at home and Billy is just a dog again, and her m I love these books It s official I m not even sure why I love them so much, other than they tug on my heart and it s just so much wholesome adventurousness that it makes me do happy dances inside I do have little issues with them, but they re small, niggling things that don t matter much at all.What I think I like most about them is the imagination that s put into each one Winter Door definitely does not disappoint in this aspect Rage is back at home and Billy is just a dog again, and her mother is still in the hospital Her uncle is staying with Rage and taking care of her, but he s virtually a stranger that she barely ever talks to On top of that, the weather is strange Snow and cold, nonstop Then the firecat shows up again, strange creatures are roaming the area, and Rage suddenly has the ability to go to the other world in her sleep.You meet the old characters from the previous book ...

  3. Renee says:

    The Winter Door is the second book in the Night Gate Trilogy and some prior knowledge is assumed Rage Rachel Winnoway has been left to her uncle s care while her mother recovers from a car accident Ignored by classmates, Rage and her dog Billy Thunder once again venture into the alternate realm of Valley Through dream walking, Rage learns that a gate has been opened, thereby flooding Valley and her world with everlasting winter and despair After becoming friends with the class clown and bu The Winter Door is the second book in the Night Gate Trilogy and some prior knowledge is assumed Rage Rachel Winnoway has been left to her uncle s care while h...

  4. Amanda says:

    The first two books in the Gateway Trilogy were good Complex issues are explored with sensitivity Rage has problems worse than the typical angsty teenage novel heroine Her mother is desperately ill, her uncle is taciturn and distant, the only friends she has are her beloved dogs, and she s finding school difficult She has a lotto worry about than popularity.I wish Isobelle Carmody would write the third book already It s been so long now that I ll have to read the first two books again The first two books in the Gateway Trilogy were good Complex issues are explored with s...

  5. Selenis says:

    Enquanto espero e desespero pelos ltimos volumes da s rie Obernewtyn, resolvi ler este A forma de escrever dela facilmente reconhec vel, com assuntos bem s rios a espreitar em alegorias bem formuladas N o t o bom como a s rie Obernewtyn, mas gostei.

  6. Deborah says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It ended fine You can make your own ending since the author never finished the trilogy Better book for a 14 15 y.o.Used to have hard bound Got rid of March 2016.

  7. A.J. says:

    Love it My only disappointment is that the next book to this trilogy is not available yet.

  8. Calli says:

    It is a great seires I can t wait to read the next book You really get to know the characters.

  9. Qing says:

    It was interesting to see how Gilbert, Elle and Mr Walker got along in the other world as well as how things turned out with Logan.But oh Billy Thunder you make my heart ache.