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Against all odds, Rye and Sonia have survived the perils behind the gold and silver Doors. But Weld is still under threat, and Rye knows what he has to do. One Door remains a mystery—the ancient wooden Door that he has been drawn to from the beginning.
For good or ill, his desperate quest will end beyond that Door.
All he has to do is dare to go through it...
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Award-winning and beloved author Emily Rodda grew up on Sydney’s North Shore and graduated from the University of Sydney in 1973 with an MA (Hons) in English Literature. Always an avid reader, she moved naturally into a career in publishing, first as a book editor, and finally as a publisher at Angus & Robertson. Rodda has been a full-time writer since 1994 and won the prestigious Dromkeen Medal in 1995. She lives in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Australia, with her family.From Booklist:
Finally the time has come for Rye and his companion, Sonia, to pass through the wooden door, which will (they hope) help them defeat the enemy, who is sending the deadly skinners to attack their hidden city of Weld. Accompanied by Rye’s brothers—Dirk, whose journey was explored in The Golden Door (2012), and Sholto, who was found in The Silver Door (2013)—the group discovers that the connection between humans and the magical Fellan is both stronger and more tenuous than they had imagined. Readers who have come to love the plucky Rye and determined Sonia will be eager for this story. Though at first it seems that Rodda will only raise more questions, by the last third of the book, the plot is tied up in an unexpected but very satisfying way. Fans of Rodda’s Deltora Quest series will be thrilled by the tie-ins here. New fans can enjoy this installment without any prior knowledge of the land of Deltora; though they’ll have a richer experiance if they’ve read the first two volumes. Grades 3-7. --Snow Wildsmith
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Book Description Puffin Canada, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0670066532