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Gateway to Fourline (The Fourline Trilogy Book 1) by [Pam Brondos]
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Gateway to Fourline sits at a crossroads of our everyday world and a wholly different one—a world with fading echoes of magic, rife with vicious beings, and bursting with intoxicating adventure. What I first fell in love with is the book’s innocent honesty that harkens back to the tales I devoured as a young adult. Stories of the hero’s journey, of building the will to fight for what’s most important, and of the discovery of first love. As I read deeper, the story let me indulge in my most sought-after dreams of uncovering a world within a world—like the one discovered by Quentin in The Magicians or even the one Lucy found at the back of a wardrobe.

As Natalie, the protagonist, struggles with issues that we can all relate to—money, aspirations, family—she is thrust into a battle in Fourline, an unknown realm that she has no place in. But once there, Natalie discovers a will and spirit in herself that are nothing short of heroic. Her transformation from average college student to Warrior Sister made me wonder if I would find similar bravery and honor at my core if I were in her shoes. Of course, that’s what I’ve always hoped for whenever I’ve met characters like Natalie in my favorite adventure stories—that I, too, would rise above incomprehensible odds. Unlike Natalie, I’ve never had the chance to test my mettle, but perhaps that’s for the best, because as Natalie struggles in both our world and in Fourline, the path is anything but easy.

I am continually impressed by the story that debut author Pam Brondos has written. It is so supremely satisfying that it’s hard to imagine she could expand upon it further. But she’s done just that with the continuation of Natalie’s journey in the second and third books in the trilogy, both releasing in early 2016.

- Courtney Miller, Editor

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About the Author

Gateway to Fourline, the author’s debut novel, released in 2015. The Fourline Trilogy continues with Book Two, On the Meldon Plain, and Book Three, The Last Remnant.

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Gr 7 Up—Natalie is trying to finish college, and the situation at home is dire. Her dad is hurt, and her mom tries to balance a job with the extra stress of managing the family farm. Desperate to earn a higher wage, Natalie finds a job in a downtown costume shop owned by the family of a strange classmate, Estos. After she goes through a mysterious door and sees things she shouldn't, the family make her an offer she can't refuse. They need her to learn how to fight and use herbal medicine so she can enter their world and defuse a magical tracking device, allowing them to return safely and regain the throne. They dangle an enormous sum of money in front of her, and she agrees to enter their world as a test. After Natalie comes back safely, they offer more money if she'll return disguised as a Sister from an old warrior house and sabotage the device. Once there, she must avoid detection by blue creatures called Nala who have allied with those wanting to kill the rightful heirs. During her journey, she falls for her companion, Soris. When tragedy strikes, Natalie has to make a choice. Narrator Lauren Ezzo's voicing and pacing are very good, helping listeners to keep track of the plethora of unusual names. VERDICT Teens who stick with the story will be awaiting the sequel.—John R. Clark, Hartland Public Library, ME --This text refers to the audioCD edition.

Product details

  • Publisher : Skyscape (December 1, 2015)
  • Publication date : December 1, 2015
  • Language : English
  • File size : 1627 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 306 pages
  • Lending : Not Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
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