My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Suffers from the typical 2nd-book-of-a-trilogy piece, with a few too many rabbit trails and trying too hard to hold the audience with some weird stuff.
But overall a captivating follow-up that expands the plot-world of 100 Cupboards. Stick with it. A biblical worldview shines through. You're rooting for the good guy; the bad guys are really bad. But it isn't cookie-cutter or formulaic, but creative. It grips.
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