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Publisher Description

Chloe Masters’ world changes in a heartbeat and all she did was touch a doorknob.

When she was young Chloe’s mother vanished. Wracked by feelings of abandonment and anger she lost herself traveling with her fathers magic act, where illusions were part of her everyday life. Yet everything changes when they are pursued by a mysterious man in black out to kill her father. Touching a doorknob activates abilities she never knew she had and she finds herself thrust into a world of ancient societies and secrets.

When her father disappears it is a race against time to find answers before she loses whats left of her family. Now Chloe must choose who to trust, the man who will do anything for her or the one she can’t stop thinking about.

Book one of the Doorknob Society Saga.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2014
September 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
467
Pages
PUBLISHER
MJ Fletcher
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
735.5
KB

Customer Reviews

Obsessive reader ,

Wish I could have given this more stars, but...

Why don't these authors use editors? This is an interesting world, but the story is seriously flawed by poor writing, grammar, syntax, etc. very sloppy! The first book was free, and I will not spend any money for the sequels. Too bad!

Deeter123 ,

Passing this on to my daughter!

This was a fun book to read and I know my daughter will love it as well! I just bought the next in the series!

Lorac5. ,

Great Story, BUT. . . .

In The Doorknob Society, M.J. Fletcher has written a fabulous, rip-roaring fantasy adventure. It’s the kind of story I’d have loved to have given my nieces and nephews when they were young. It’s the kind of story I’d love to give my great-nephew, when he gets a little older. If I were rating the book on nothing but the story, I’d have happily given it five stars.

That being said, I only read the first (free) book in the Doorknob Society series, and refuse to buy any more. I certainly will not buy these books for any child. Why? I expect an author to maintain a professional level of spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Unfortunately, Mr. Fletcher does not come anywhere close to this level. Homophones are confused. Sentence fragments and run-on sentences abound. At times, i had to stop and try to decipher exactly what Mr. Fletcher meant to say. My pleasure in the story was nearly cancelled out by my frustration with the writing. If i were to rate this book on nothing but spelling and grammar, I’d have given it a grudging one star.

Mr. Fletcher, please get a well-educated human to help you edit your books. If a revised edition of this book were to be put out (and if I were assured that the rest of the series had been properly edited, I would buy the rest of the series instantly.

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