In a world with talking animals, toddler riddles, and holy hallucinations, Seth Logan faces his fear of mortality and the stubborn ghost of loss. The White Door delves into the nature of good and evil, the importance of hope and faith, and the sacrifice required to make light triumph over darkness.

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- Karen Swallow Prior


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