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A Thousand Doors by J.T.Ellison

Title: A Thousand Doors: An Anthology of Many Lives

Authors: J.T.Ellison and others

Publication Date: 5th November 2018

Genre: Mystery and Thrillers

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

The day Mia Jansen died, she finally got to live.

I absolutely loved this anthology. Mia Jansen has made some bad choices in life and now, she’s at the death’s door. Her husband has stabbed her and has left her to die. She sees a bright white light and an angel takes Mia to see her other lives, had she made a different choice.

The story then proceeds to show the different lives of Mia. There’s Mia the senator’s wife and Mia the dejected teenager. Mia the happily married wife and mother and Mia the Lawyer. Actress, Primatologist, Professor, Archaeologist, Homeless Woman, Author, Singer and even Spy – Mia could have been any of these. Mia gets to see all the sides of her.

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Some of these stories were heart-wrenching and some, inspiring. Some ended on a good note, with Mia getting a second chance to live. In some, Mia chooses what she always wanted to do over what she is doing right now; in other words, Mia lives the life of her dreams, leaving behind those who sought ill or underestimated her.

There are stories where Mia stands up to her abuser, as in the case of Archaeologist. Mia as a spy was an interesting story. Mia the Primatologist showed the caring side of Mia while Mia the singer showed her courageous side. There are many more such stories, each depicting Mia’s choices and her strengths/weaknesses.

A Thousand Doors is a one-of-a-kind book that I have ever read. I loved the concept of Mia and her different lives. I haven’t heard much about the other authors who contributed to this story but I must say that each of them has their own style of writing and each of their stories were equally good.

If you are looking for a unique story, then do not miss to read A Thousand Lives by J.T Ellison.


Thank you, Two Tales Press and NetGalley for the ARC. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.

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