My Problem With Doors by Scott Southard

Today I am doing a review of My Problem With Doors By Scott Southard.




Blurb: Jacob’s life changed in a single moment when, as a toddler, he walked through his bedroom door only to find himself in the office of a British officer in Capetown, 1870. This would begin a thirty-year journey which would take him from ancient to future civilizations, and innumerable places and times in between. Through all of his travels, Jacob seeks for the purpose of his predicament, the significance of his life with all of its joys and suffering, loneliness and impermanence.

My Review: This is a most compelling book. It pulls you in to a fascinating concept from the beginning  Jacob at the age of three goes through the door of his bedroom to another time and place. This starts him on a life long journey through time as another door opens time and time again. He has many trials and few good times. He finds his Love only to loose her as another door opens to another time and place. He finds many dangers. The author does an excellent job of working great historical detail into Jacobs life. From his influence on Lord Byron and the poet Shelley to the events on September 11 at the world trade center. It is a fascinating and original concept. I Give this book 5 stars.









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2 responses to “My Problem With Doors by Scott Southard

  1. Pingback: “Compelling… Fascinating… Original.” A new review for MY PROBLEM WITH DOORS | The Musings & Artful Blunders of Scott D. Southard

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