The Door In The Mountain by Caitlin SweetThe Door In The Mountain by Caitlin Sweet

The Door In The Mountain

byCaitlin Sweet

Paperback | July 14, 2017

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WE ARE ALL MONSTERSLost in time, shrouded in dark myths of blood and magic, THE DOOR IN THE MOUNTAIN leads to the world of ancient Crete: a place where a beautiful, bitter young princess named Ariadne schemes to imprison her godmarked halfbrother deep in the heart of a mountain maze, where a boy named Icarus tries, and fails, to fly-and where a slave girl changes the paths of all their lives forever.
Caitlin Sweet's first fantasy novel, A TELLING OF STARS, was published by Penguin Canada in 2003. Her second, THE SILENCES OF HOME, was published in 2005. Her one and only short story, "To Play the Game of Men," was included in Daw's AGES OF WONDER anthology in 2009. Her novel THE PATTERN SCARS, came out from CZP in 2011, and was nomin...
Title:The Door In The MountainFormat:PaperbackDimensions:300 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:July 14, 2017Publisher:ChiZine PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1771481919

ISBN - 13:9781771481915


Editorial Reviews

PRAISE FOR THE PATTERN SCARS:"Caitlin Sweet's shimmering prose, already apparent in her debut novel A Telling of Stars, reaches new heights in The Pattern Scars, which is so replete with luminous images and an evocative atmosphere that even now, a week later, these sensations still haunt my memory as if they had been real, a country I visited and would return to again. It should have been a relief to awaken from The Pattern Scars, after all its horrors. Yet the richness of the world, the complexity of the main character, and the intensity of her tragedy evoke memories that linger for a long time. It is the rare reader who could read this book and be unaffected-or unscathed." - THE HUFFINGTON POST