Haley Cork and the Blue Door: The Doors of Veselago

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M Andrew Sprong, Dec 1, 2008 - Fiction - 314 pages
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When a war-ending blast incinerates Haley Cork's father half a world away, she becomes the only one who can get justice for the billions of dead, and must use the powers of the mysterious Blue Door to find and imprison those responsible. Most of the world's fighting men are gone and their widows left behind as prey to corrupt noblemen. The Blue Door called Haley to do more than avenge their deaths -- it selected her to become the latest member of a race of immortals called Keepers. Her dark red hair and amber eyes set her apart from her own community, but the Door intends to take away her humanity as it pursues its own hidden agenda. Every answer leads to more questions: Who detonated the bomb? What exactly is the Blue Door? Why must Haley combat an Enemy who devours entire worlds? Who are these mysterious Keepers? Most girls are ill equipped to investigate the mystery behind the terrible bombing. Not many girls are like Haley Cork, who changes on her path to destiny.
  

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Contents

War and Friendship
1
Crowns and Castles
11
The Good Neighbor
17
Haley Opens a Door
29
The Cold of Long Neglect
35
A Keepers Tenth
43
A Painting of Possibilities
51
The Price of Being Different
65
Haley and the House MacDonald
145
The Blind Guardians
159
Two Homecomings
181
The Reformation of the Pit Fiend
191
The Nature of Dragons
201
The Girl Who Couldnt Dream
211
Haley and the Quicksilver Man
227
The Angel of Atonement
247

A Greater Plan
77
Merciless Immortality
87
Why the Moon was Green
99
The Broken Doors
115
Haley and the Witch
129
The Cat and His Muse
137
The Land of the Dead
259
War and the Maiden
267
The Enemy and the Saint
280
The Benevolent One
287
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