Top critical review
on February 26, 2012
I absolutely love The Door Within trilogy, I read all three books in three days. I got the third book and could not put it down, I anxiously awaited to see if Aidan and Antoinnette could convince Robby that Paragor was only full of lies and deceit. I nearly jumped out of my seat as Robby entered the realm and became the twelfth knight as Aidan and Antoinnette once had, but as they fought the evil of Paragor and his deceived followers, I began to understand that the three witnesses were going to have to decide between following Paragor and denying their king, or dying for the one true king of all the Realm, KIng Eliam. I felt a stone as large as a mountain fall on my shoulders on that very moment, I knew they had to die for their king, but could hardly read on as Paragor plunged his sword through Aidans heart and killed him. I knew that the king would return with all the knight and glimpses who had truly followed the king, and they slayed every last Paragor knight, until there was one left, the leader of them all, Paragor himself . And the king killed Paragor a once Alleble knight, who become the most feared and deceiving glimpse in all the Realm. I was glade the evil was gone and then two worlds collided the earth and the Realm become one, the best of both of them. And all the true followers of the king remained to live on, but all those who had died before had to say goodbye once more to the Realm and returned to the Sacred Realm beyond the sun. I had a sad feeling in my heart when Aidan said goodbye to his parents and the many knights he knew. I love the book except for the end, I had a sadness in my heart that I couldn't explain, I wish Mr. Batson would have done it differently. but i enjoyed the books very much, he is a very talented writer, and I do hope that one day we will get a prequel to the door within about Grampin's adventures in the Realm.