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A Wind in the Door

Summary: A book review on Madeleine L'Engle`s novel "A Wind in the Door."
I want to tell you about a science fiction book that I read by Madeleine L'Engle: A Wind in the Door. This book was printed in 1916. This story is about Meg, a girl that wanted to help her brother. She went on a very dangerous adventure with creatures from a different world. The main theme is three tests that Meg has to pass.

Charles Wallece lives with his sister and his parents, who are scientists. He feels that he is different from other children in his school and his older sister Meg is trying to help him. After their mother tells Meg that Charles is sick, she starts to worry about him very much.

One night she meets creatures from a different world that will help her to save her brother. Here, she passed the first test to name Mr. Jenkins, the principal of Charles's school.

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