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    Great variety

    I am not a fan of anthologies. The idea of many short, very short, stories being put in one book, not having continuous storylines is not the type of book I usually enjoy. But in A Thousand Doors, I found that I couldn’t stop reading the stories one after another. The difference with this collection is that they have the same beginning. Mia dies and the rest of the stories are a collection of what her life could have been written by many well-known authors. The fun part of an anthology is that you can put the book down and come back to it without missing a beat. Finish one short story and you can go read a different book, come back and the story picks right back up where it left off. A Thousand Doors is a great variety of stories with J.T. Ellison starting the collection and then tying it all up perfectly.
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    A very interesting and winding book.

    In exchange for an ARC of this book, I agreed to give my honest and unbiased review. I commend J.T. Ellison and the other writers for undertaking the task of writing Mia's life stories. Each author's entry is as unique and different as the authors themselves. It made for a very adventurous read. On the day that Mia Jensen is killed by her husband, she begins an amazing journey into what if's, or past lives or life memories. Each life is so vastly different from the next. My favorite was her life as a homeless woman. My least favorite was her life as a seeker, but that was because I did not understand some of the terminology that was used as I have never studied yoga. The main thing that the lives have in common is that Mia does not seem to remain satisfied or content like a piece is missing. So what is the point of all this soul searching or traveling? Pick up the book and find out. Discover if Mia can make the right choice and find peace.
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    Anthology

    Thank you Netgalley, the publisher and J.T. Ellison. This is the first Anthology I have read and absolutely loved it. The different choices we make in life which brings us to different results. Mia lives amazing life through different choices. I loved the ending. Thank you to all the wonderful authors who collaborate to this book. Highly recommend.
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