I’ve decided to read the next issue of the “A Wrinkle in Time Quintet”. And just finished A Wind in the Door (A Wrinkle in Time Quintet Book 2) by Madeleine L’Engle the other day 📚.
The story was a lot easier to get into; I suspect this is because I already know the characters and the writing style of the author. We start back at the home of our protagonists, and Charles Wallace sees strange occurrences in the garden.
The story reminded me strongly of the later issues of the Enders series. A connection of everything in the universe and the main actors need to fight to keep the balance.
A book which I enjoyed a lot and I liked it better than the first issue. Somehow the plot in this book is more relatable. A further aspect is also that the story in this book is more straightforward.
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