But inside the House are the Doors. Doors too numerous to count. Doors made of the wood from Yggdrasil, the great Norse World Tree that stands at the center of the universe. Doors that lead to every time and every place that ever was-or ever could be. Provided you are one of the rare few with the gift, a child with the ability to step through such Doors to the other side. Provided you are a Latchkey, capable of becoming one of the Wardens, the protectors of Tanglewood and its Doors.
Then-disaster! Tanglewood's connection to the World Tree is somehow broken. And many of its Doors disappear, sent spinning out across time and space with no rhyme or reason, leaving behind only the flimsiest of shadows.
Now the young Wardens must find and return the missing Doors. But many of them have splintered from the impact. Those missing pieces must be restored before the Doors can be returned. And Splinters can be anywhere and assume any form.
Almost like they don't want to be found.
Read all about the Latchkeys and their exciting, thrilling, spooky adventures to places that were, places that might have been, and places that almost could be!
|Publisher:||Crazy 8 Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.59(d)|
About the Author
Robert Greenberger has worked as an editor or executive for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Starlog Press, Gist Communications, and Weekly World News. As a freelance writer, he has written for all ages and numerous genres, notably the media tie-in field.
Debbie Viguié is the New York Times Bestselling author of two dozen novels including the Wicked series, the Crusade series and the new Wolf Springs Chronicles series co-authored with Nancy Holder.
Paul Kupperberg writes the 2011 Eisner Award-nominated and bestselling Life With Archie: The Married Life Magazine, and has written numerous short stories, essays, articles and more than two dozen books of fiction and non-fiction, as well as over 800 comics for DC, Marvel, Archie, Bongo, and others.
Kris Katzen has written short stories for several game companies as well as for Daily Science Fiction and for the Star Trek anthology Strange New Worlds 10.
James Reasoner has authored several hundred novels and short stories in numerous genres. Best known for his Westerns, historical novels, and war novels, he is also the author of two mystery novels that have achieved cult classic status.
Aaron Rosenberg is an award-winning, #1 bestselling novelist, children’s book author, and game designer. He’s written original fiction, tie-in novels, young adult novels, children’s books, roleplaying games, short stories, webcomics, essays, and educational books.