Hey There! I’m thrilled to be part of Heather Kindt’s cover reveal for The White Door, the third book in The Eternal Artifacts series. This is a great series for readers who enjoy fast-paced young adult fantasy with a sassy protagonist and excellent world-building. I thoroughly enjoyed The Green Door and The Red Door, the first two books in the series, and can’t wait to find out what’s behind the white door!
Check out this fabulous cover!!!
About the Book:
The game is no longer a game.
With the completion of the Red Door and the prize money doubled, Meg is determined to tackle the White Door, a portal she’s been drawn to since they started the game. But when Brek is attacked and almost killed, they are thrust into the new world sooner than they planned.
And it is a world unlike any they’ve encountered before. Within a setting five hundred years in the future, they find a human race on the brink of extinction. The leader had helped a select few escape Earth on a spacecraft before the planet was destroyed, attempting to create a sinless society. The ones who are less than perfect are exiled to a nearby planet.
Traveling to the future, Meg and Brek finally discover the inner workings behind the game and Rosenbaum’s true motivations. They also find out that the people they thought they could trust might be holding secrets far too deep to forgive.The White Door is the third book in Heather Kindt’s young adult fantasy series. If you like secret societies, masquerades, and family reunions, then you’ll love the third installment of the Eternal Artifacts series.
About Heather Kindt:
Heather Kindt grew up in Derry, New Hampshire, but now resides in the mountains of Colorado with her husband and two children. She loves writing YA fantasy and humorous fiction. Her debut novel, Ruby Slips and Poker Chips, won the Dan Alatorre Word Weaver Writing Contest. To learn more about her and the great things that are coming in her writing world, visit her website at heatherkindt.com, Instagram at @kindtheather, or Twitter at @hmkindt.
3 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: The White Door by Heather Kindt”
I don’t think I read many YA fantasy books- but still love fantasy. Some of the best fantasy novels have some of the best world building. I do like a combo of fast-paced and slow-paced fantasy.
I agree, the fantastical world and characters are what draws me to many of the fantasy stories I read. 🙂
It is pretty hard to love a fantasy when there is extremely bad world building. For a fantasy to truly work, there has to be incredible worldbuilding- not just from where it takes place, but in the characters as well.