Dandelion Fire

Dandelion Fire

100 Cupboards Series, Book 2

eBook - 2009
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Henry York never dreamed his time in Kansas would open a door to adventure--much less a hundred doors. But a visit to his aunt and uncle's farm took an amazing turn when cupboard doors, hidden behind Henry's bedroom wall, revealed themselves to be portals to other worlds. Now, with his time at the farm drawing to a close, Henry makes a bold decision--he must go through the cupboards to find the truth about where he's from and who his parents are. Following that trail will take him from one world to another, and ultimately into direct conflict with the evil of Endor.N. D. Wilson and his wife live in Idaho. Also visit www.ndwilson.com.From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2009
ISBN: 9780375892486
Branch Call Number: EBOOK

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May 08, 2016

This one's a bit creepier and darker than the first one, and there's some violent bits and a scene of cussing, but the climax, and the raggant make up for it all!

henry02 Jul 09, 2011

The second book of the 100 Cupboards series that is infinitely more interesting than the series title might suggest. N.D. Wilson has delivered a masterpiece with astounding imaginative vision, compelling characters, and humor that often draws loud laughs tempering well-crafted action and adventure. Be prepared for a different writing style, unique but incredibly engaging nonetheless.

Dec 21, 2010

thiis book wazz soo boriing thaat I bareleeey starteed iit :/ thumbees downee


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May 08, 2016

Coarse Language: The D word is used at one point.


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Jan 17, 2013

The only thing more intricate and accurate than the raggant was a common bumblebee. And bumblebees only used their abilities to name every individual flower within their flight radius and inflate nectar value by reclassifying every vintage based on temperature, light angle and refraction, time of collection, barometric pressure, period elapsed since previous electrical storm, and mood of flower. They had the raggan't respect.


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