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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
When ten-year-old Amy’s dad gets seriously sick and is hospitalized, she moves in with her grandmother on the same farm that her father grew up on. Scared to lose the only parent she has, Amy desperately wants to find a way to cure him. At her grandmother's farm, she sees a boy sneaking around the old barn in the middle of the night and goes to investigate. There she discovers Flax, a fairy who was injured from a piece of farm equipment and is unable to use his magic to get home. He used a magical door in order to pick Rowan berries that keep fairies alive. By some miracle, Amy is able to open the doorway herself and enter the fairy world of Titania with her new friend. Flax isn’t strong enough to help Amy’s father, but he is positive Princess Lily would be able to. Meanwhile, a war is going on between the princess and her sister, Queen Orchid. Amy finds herself in the midst of this terrible war. Will she find Princess Lily and save her dad, or will every door be destroyed, and will Amy be stuck in Titania forever?
I thought The Last Fairy Door by N. A. Davenport was a really fun and appealing read. I was immediately drawn in by the main character who was likable and easy to relate to. The fast pace and setting of the plot are also perfect. It doesn’t drag on to get to the point of the story and many readers will appreciate that. The story itself is interesting. I like how it drops hints throughout the book about Amy and how she isn’t a typical human girl, yet doesn’t come out and say it. Overall, I think N. A. Davenport has done an excellent job and I’ll be keeping my eyes out for more works by this talented author.