A Thousand Doors: An Anthology of Many Lives
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"A fascinating premise lifts this excellent anthology compiled by Thriller Award winner Ellison ... This volume not only provides great pleasure but also offers readers the opportunity to sample the work of first-class writers who may be new to them."
--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"...[a] powerful, moving and fascinating anthology featuring 16 multitalented authors... A decade in the making, A Thousand Doors is worth the wait."
"I cannot express how unique, thrilling, and emotional of a ride it was to make my way through A Thousand Doors. The journey that Mia faces from beginning to end was suspenseful, tense, and gripping, and the ending tied everything together in a satisfying manner. Highly recommended to those who are finding the thriller genre a bit stale these days; A Thousand Doors is a breath of fresh air for readers who are feeling stuck in a rut."
--Chelsea Humphrey, The Suspense Is Thrilling Me
"What makes this book so special is the different courses a person's life can take and each author's spin. If you have read each of the contributor's work previously, you will see each story was ideal for that respective author. Each story is full of humor, intrigue, and suspense and very thought-provoking. Highly-entertaining!"
--Judith Collins, TLC Book Tours
"A Thousand Doors is unlike any book I've ever read...an intriguing concept brought to fruition by an extremely talented and diverse group of women."
--Susan Peterson, Goodreads
"This is one of those pieces of work that come along and leaves you thinking about every life choice you have ever made. And what would you do if you had the chance for a do over? Each story tells a different path and outcome. I have no idea how all of these authors came together and speak with the same voice. I have never read anything like this and it is just a brilliant idea and body of work."
--Patricia Romero, Goodreads