A Wind in the Door (Time, #2)
It is November. When Meg comes home from school, Charles Wallace tells her he saw dragons in the twin’s vegetable garden. That night Meg, Calvin and C.W. go to the vegetable garden to meet the Teacher (Blajeny) who explains that what they are seeing isn’t a dragon at all, but a cherubim named... show more
It is November. When Meg comes home from school, Charles Wallace tells her he saw dragons in the twin’s vegetable garden. That night Meg, Calvin and C.W. go to the vegetable garden to meet the Teacher (Blajeny) who explains that what they are seeing isn’t a dragon at all, but a cherubim named Proginoskes. It turns out that C.W. is ill and that Blajeny and Proginoskes are there to make him well – by making him well, they will keep the balance of the universe in check and save it from the evil Echthros. Meg, Calvin and Mr. Jenkins (grade school principal) must travel inside C.W. to have this battle and save Charles’ life as well as the balance of the universe.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 2007
Publisher: Square Fish
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: The Time Quintet (#2)
After reading A Wrinkle in Time and discovering the interesting concepts of that world, I've decided to continue reading Madeleine L'Engle's Time Quintet series. I picked up A Wind in the Door shortly after finishing the first book and basically got more of the same. Great story concepts; poorly wri...
I read this one in less than a day when home sick from work. I was unimpressed. I don't know if I read this before or not, but I'm personally not a fan of metaphysics ...allow me to explain. I consider myself a scientist. I understand science. I consider myself a spiritual person. I understand s...
I try to be kind and balanced in my reviews, but I struggled with this one. A Wind in the Door is honestly one of the most irritating children’s books I’ve ever encountered. I understand that it’s a beloved classic, but I just . . . couldn’t deal with it. The book starts out in a promising way. Si...
So this series is one of the books that I love reading again and again. Reading as a kid is definitely different than one reads a child. To me when I was a child, it seemed highly plausible that one could travel within one's brother and heal them. As an adult, it took a little more getting use to.Th...
There's something wrong with Charles Wallace. He gets tired too easily, he looks pale, and he is being severely bullied at school. Meg is terribly worried about him. So is their mother, even if she doesn't want to admit it. Just then, they meet The Teacher. Turns out, there IS something really wrong...