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Henry York never dreamed his time in Kansas would open a door to adventure, much less 100 doors. But a visit to his aunt and uncle's farm took an amazing turn when cupboard doors, hidden behind Henry's bedroom wall, revealed themselves to be portals to other worlds.

Now, with his time at the farm drawing to a close, Henry makes a bold decision. He must go through the cupboards to find the truth about where he is from and who his parents are. Following that trail will take him from one world to another, and ultimately into direct conflict with the evil of Endor.

©2009 N. D. Wilson (P)2009 Listening Library

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  • Derek B.
  • 03-03-2010

A great continuation to a great story

Part two is a great continuation to the first book! It's maybe even better than the first! Couldnt ask for more than that!

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  • brian jackson
  • 28-07-2017

Adventurous!

This story is more adventurous than the first. more mystery and danger than the first.

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  • J. Stark
  • 22-06-2017

Beautifully written and narrated.<br />

The story was as magical as the last and quite creepy from time to time. the epic tale of Henry York is quite incredible. N.D. Wilson has done a fantastic job, and Russell Horton added much more talent to this work.

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  • Foraner
  • 29-09-2017

Great epic story! like the Magician's Nephew

Great sequel, super story. really enjoyed the production. Reminded me a bit of the Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis. Well done!

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  • Tara Burton
  • 10-03-2017

even better than the first!

loved it! kids are listening at the same time. 8 & 10 - they love it but I need to still and answer questions every bite and then. can be hard to follow!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-12-2016

This is a great story for the 10+ age group!

This was a great story! My son loved it and looks forward to the next book in the series!

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  • Karen Y.
  • 04-01-2016

I love a god 7th son story. This one is well told.

I love the stories, it is agood take on 7th sons. The faeries are wonderful especially Fat Frank. The narrator is top notch as well, his tone and pacing are just right. This means the director and mixers did great as well.

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  • Giulia Watier
  • 02-05-2015

wonderful even for adults

The best performance I've heard so far. He brought each character to life in my imagination.

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  • Aysha Suhail
  • 28-09-2014

Love the book

Where does Dandelion Fire rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

First, tied with graveyard book that is :)

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dandelion Fire?

Fat-Frank pushing Henry off the cliff and telling him to live ... god i cried a lot there. there were tons but that one made me cry the most.

Which scene was your favorite?

ending scene, when they were watching fireworks and saying goodbye to their friends

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

A lot actually

Any additional comments?

If you thought the first book was great, this is X10 times the greatness. i know some might say there are many characters and scenes but honestly that didn't take away from the book for me at least. i love this book even more than the first one. and i would read it again and again.

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  • Nancy
  • 19-08-2013

The first book was very engrossing, but...

Would you try another book from N. D. Wilson and/or Russell Horton?

I'll watch what else Wilson may write, but this series is a dead end for me.

What was most disappointing about N. D. Wilson’s story?

I've tried to get into this book twice and went more than a third of the way through each time and still found myself completely lost. Pretty much too weird on the heels of the first book; too much, too soon. I still can't say what happened after the end of book one.