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February 12th, 2011


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There are 5 comments in this article:

  1. June 29th, 2011Kirstyn say:

    I seriously love your books! They had me at the edge of my seat at three in the morning. I really hope that I get to continue your amazing books. I swear you have an imagination that you put so well into a books. Thank you for all of your long hours of editing, writing, and thinking. Keep up the good work.

  2. July 5th, 2011Robert Liparulo say:

    Thank you, Kirstyn! Glad you liked it!

  3. July 13th, 2011tom say:

    HI, I just wanted to let you know what an amazing series you have written, I know they were intended for young adults, but they really caught my attention, being both a father and middle child. After reading them, I recommended them to a friend of mine who son was having a hard time being the middle child. It may sound silly, but sometimes you feel like you are being overlooked. He suffers from a form of autism as well. His favorite thing is reading. He borrowed my set of dreamhouse kings after he read them numerous times, his mother bought him his own set. Your series is amazing, the way they are written and the story and characters. I wanted to thank you for sharing your imagination with the world. I hope that you will write more in this series, or better yet this would make an amazing television series.. Either way you have hook not only a younger audience but an adult audience as well. Keep up the amazing work.

  4. February 3rd, 2012Maria say:

    Wow! I love your books! I asked for your books for Christmas! My brothers and sisters thought that was lame but I just had to have them! Thank you for your stories! You have an awesome imagination!!

  5. July 19th, 2012Joshus say:

    i loved your books. i have not read a book as quickly as i have until i read these. i read the first four in two days. i was on edge the whole time. Amazing books.

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When the Kings move to a small town in northern California, they have no idea of the adventures—and terrors—waiting for them. Fifteen-year old Xander and his twelve-year-old brother David make a game of exploring the old Victorian home they move into. One night, they discover an intruder and follow him to a hidden hallway of doors. Each door transports them to far off places in long-ago times.

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