Book Review: A Wind In The Door

A Wind In The Door 
by Madeline L’Engle continues A Wrinkle In Time, the first Time Quintet series book.

Meg’s little brother, Charles Wallace is having a hard time in school and getting beaten up. He is also deathly ill and has mitochondritis (where a lot of his farandolae, creatures living in your blood are getting destroyed). Meg, Calvin O’Keef, and some interesting new characters have to save Charles Wallace somehow but how?

Its a page turner just like the first book. Don’t miss it.

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: A Wind In The Door

  1. I read that book like three years ago and I completely forget the whole thing.


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