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Genre: Speculative Fiction
QUILTBAG Main Character: Yes!
QUILTBAG Minor Character: Yes!
POC Main Character: Yes!
Bechdel Test: Pass
Summary: Zachary Ezra Rawlins is a child the day he finds the door. It is painted on a wall outside his home. He knows, somehow, if he tries to, he can open it despite the fact that it’s painted over brick. He decides not to risk it. Years later, Zachary Ezra Rawlins is at his university library. He plucks a strange book off the shelves and begins to read. As he does so, he finds the story of the painted door and his own discovery of it. This book will lead him down a path into a world of magic and wonder, of bees and keys and swords, of adventure and daring, and most of all, stories.
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