Through the Door (The Thin Veil, Book 1) – A Book Review

Through the Door Book Review

Through the Door (The Thin Veil, Book 1) by Jodi McIsaac


It’s been seven years since the love of Cedar McLeod’s life left with no forwarding address. All she has left of him are heart-wrenching memories of happier times and a beautiful six-year-old daughter, Eden. Then, one day, Eden opens her bedroom door and unwittingly creates a portal that leads to anywhere she imagines.

But they’re not the only ones who know of Eden’s gift, and soon the child mysteriously vanishes.

Desperate for answers, Cedar digs into the past and finds herself thrust into a magical world of Celtic myths, fantastical creatures, and bloody rivalries. Teaming up with the unlikeliest of allies, Cedar must bridge the gap between two worlds and hold tight to the love in her heart…or lose everything to an ancient evil.

The first in the Thin Veil series, Through the Door is a pulse-pounding adventure that takes readers across the globe and deep into the hidden realms of Celtic lore.


Through the Door (The Thin Veil, Book 1) by Jodi McIsaac, is a well written novel based on Celtic Lore. From the first page, to the last page, I was drawn into the interesting plot. The author, Jodi McIsaac, wrote strong characters into this novel; the first of ‘The Thin Veil’ series.

The novel contains, many turns and twists, in bringing together two different worlds; Earth and Tir na nog, and two different people; Humans and Tuatha De Danann. Author, Jodi McIsaac, did a great job in intertwining the two worlds and the two peoples.

Through the Door (The Thin Veil, Book 1), is an easy to read and easy to understand novel. The novel is full of the magical and the mystical. I loved this novel and recommend it to all, young and old, readers of fantasy or paranormal.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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