The world isn’t what you think it is.
We all learn the same things in school, right? We learn that the world makes sense, that things add up neatly and there is a place for everything and everything is in its place.
We are taught that there really isn’t anything under the bed, that monsters aren’t real, magic isn’t real, and the good guys win in the end.
Deep down inside we have doubts, of course. There are those nights when we see things where science tells us that nothing should be.
Then the day comes and nearly everything is right where we left it the night before, and we forget that we ever doubted.
The things that don’t add up, that aren’t where we left, that don’t make sense, we learn to ignore them.
Those things don’t matter. They aren’t real. Just close your eyes and they’ll go away.
The Book Of Lost Doors is a series of speculative fiction novels set in the world that you see out of the corner of your eye.
It’s a world that looks like ours, mostly, but under the surface are all the things that you were taught don’t really exist, all the monsters from under your bed, all the things that moved when nothing should be moving.
There is a place where everything that you thought you saw is real, and they are waiting for you. It’s right around the corner from here–so close you can almost touch it. Come with me, I’ll show you.
What’s the worst that could happen?