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The Garden Gate (Threshold #4) The Pomeroys Pull Together In The Aftermath Of The Storm That Shook West Edinton And Prissie S Faith To Its Very Foundations Letting Go Proves Difficult, And Holding On Takes All Of Her Courage With The Encouragement Of A Brother Who S In On Her Secret, Prissie Finds Her Feet With The Help Of The Bane Who S Now A Brother, She Takes A Stand As Spring Comes To The Orchard, A Cryptic Remark From Abner Hints At West Edinton S Long Kept Secret A Beloved Aunt Returns From Overseas A Faded Angel Takes Up Residence Atop The Pomeroys Refrigerator A Treasured Friend Must Say Goodbye While Ranks Of The Faithful Rally To Defend What S Most Precious, Prissie Discovers That Angels Aren T The Only Ones Who Are Sent.


10 thoughts on “The Garden Gate (Threshold #4)

  1. says:

    I will begin by saying that I had not read the three other books in the series before I started this one, and due to that I found this very hard to enjoy or get into, with that being said I ll do my best to do a review I must admit I just could not get into the story or find myself relating to Prissie and her set of angels, that only she and her brother can see This may have been different had I read the other three or at least one of the other books but as it was I didn t and so going on what I will begin by saying that I had not read the three other books in the series before I started this one, and due to that I found this very hard to enjoy or get into, with that being said I ll do my best to do a review I must admit I just could not get into the story or find myself relating to Prissie and her set of angels, that only she and her ...


  2. says:

    Copy was given by the publisher in exchange of an honest review One of the things that I realized when I received this book is that it was the forth book in the series and I have not read the first three I was very confused at first and couldn t get into the story as much because I didn t have very good background coming into it Once I got somewhat of a background and got caught up with the events, the rest of the book wasn t much satisfying for me The concept itself was intriguing since PCopy was given by the publisher in exchange of an honest review One of the things that I realized when I rece...


  3. says:

    The Garden Gate is the fourth and final book in the Threshold Series but don t worry there sI cannot tell you how much I love this series, and I think the Garden Gate was a lovely book to end it with I have read this book multiple times, and I plan to read it...


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    It wasn t supposed to be like this The angelic battle Prissie alone could see tore up her bedroom, her family s orchard, and her father s bakery It destroyed much of what she treasured about her home and to make matters even worse, although Ephron was finally rescued, her own Guardian, Tamaes, was captured How can she move forward How can she trust But Prissie isn t facing anything alone This was just the perfect cap to an already amazing series Not much worked out how I expected, b It wasn t supposed to be like this The angelic battle Prissie alone could see tore up her bedroom, her family s orchard, and her father s bakery It destroyed much of what she treasured about her home and to make matters even worse, although Ephron was finally rescued, her own Guardian, Tamaes, was captured How can she move forward How can she trust But Prissie isn t facing anything alone This was just the perfect cap to an already amazing series Not much worked out how I expected, but there were plenty of surprises and laughs along the way Beau, Prissie s brother, is now in on the secret at least some of it I thought this would be a bigger thing, was surprised it wasn t, and then realized that fits perfectly with the kind of story this has always been Angels are here It isn t some big flashy fire and lightning, prophecies from heaven event, but something that fits so well into the ordinary everyda...


  5. says:

    Christa KindeThe Garden GateA marvelous tale Where do I start Christa Kinde has woven a marvelous tale in The Garden Gate Prissie Pomeroy has come to terms with the fact that can she see angels But as she discovers in the third book,she can see the Fallen angels too This book delves heavily into the unseen world,than the past three books have Because you are reading this review, I ll assume you have read the other three, but first, a spoiler free recap for those of you who have not Christa KindeThe Garden GateA marvelous tale Where do I start Christa Kinde has woven a marvelous tale in The Garden Gate Prissie Pomeroy has come to terms with the fact that can she see angels But as she discovers in the third book,she can see the Fallen angels too This book delves heavily into the unseen world,than the past three books have Because you are reading this review, I ll assume you have read the other three, but first, a spoiler free recap for those of you who have not.First off, I reccommend that you read the first three books bef...


  6. says:

    When I first learned about the Threshold Series by Christa Kinde, I knew that I wanted to read it The appeal for me was two fold First, I love the concept of angels among us Second, I loved the idea of a young heroine learning about and growing through faith experiences So, when I was given the opportunity to review The Garden Gate, I jumped at the chance.The Garden Gate, in my opinion, was a mixture of the fantastical, the unbelievable, the poetic, and the remarkable It was a touching bo When I first learned about the Threshold Series by Christa Kinde, I knew that I wanted to read it The appeal for me was two fold First, I love the concept of angels among us Second, I loved the idea of a young heroine learning about and growing through faith experiences So, when I was given the opportunity to review The Garden Gate, I jumped at the chance.The Garden Gate, in my opinion, was a mixture of the fantastical, the unbelievable, the poetic, and the remarkable It was a touching book that easily evoked compassion, inspired loyalty, and encouraged zeal Well written and comprehensive with regard to details, Kinde s story delivered a positive message about faith, family, and friendship.Although the beginning of this book was a bit of a challenge for me likely because I started with book four versus book one , I still found myself drawn in I wanted to find out about the characters,about the co...


  7. says:

    The Garden Gate B and N Prissie was frightened when Milo crashed through her beautiful stained glass window, carrying a terribly hurt Ephron She s also confused about what to do, now that her almost twin brother Beau has found out that things aren t at all as they seem Of course, Padgett replied, crossing to the Messenger, whose wings still provided the brightest light in the surrounding darkness Beau gawked up at the newcomer, Can you really help Milo Yes That s good Thanks The Garden Gate B and N Prissie was frightened when Milo crashed through her beautiful stained glass window, carrying a terribly hurt Ephron She s also confused about what to do, now that her almost twin brother Beau has found out that things aren t at all as they seem Of course, Padgett replied, crossing to the Messenger, whose wi...


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    About the Book The Pomeroys pull together in the aftermath of the storm that shook West Edinton and Prissie s faith to its very foundations Letting go proves difficult, and holding on takes all of her courage With the encouragement of a brother who s in on her secret, Prissie finds her feet With the help of the bane who s now a brother, she takes a stand As spring comes to the orchard, a cryptic remark from Abner hints at West Edinton s long kept secret A beloved aunt returns from ove About the Book The Pomeroys pull together in the aftermath of the storm that shook West Edinton and Prissie s faith to its very foundations Letting go proves difficult, and holding on takes all of her courage With the encouragement of a brother who s in on her secret, Prissie finds her feet With the help of the bane who s now a brother, she takes a stand As spring comes to the orchard, a cryptic remark from Abner hints at West Edinton s long kept secret A belov...


  9. says:

    The Garden Gate is the first book I have read by this author When I chose this book to read in exchange for an honest review, I did not realize it was the 4th book in a series I also didn t realize it was listed as children YA book either I should payattention when choosing a book to read I usually do.The cover of the book is pretty When I opened the book and started to read, I was totally lost The book starts with 2 angels battling in the snow One angel is a fallen angel, and the The Garden Gate is the first book I have read by this author When I chose this book to read in exchange for an honest review, I did not realize it was the 4th book in a series I also didn t realize it was listed as children YA book either I should payattention when choosing a book to read I usually do.The cover of the book is pretty When I opened the book and started to read, I was totally lost The book starts with 2 angels battling in the snow One angel is a fallen angel, and the others name is Abner who is a good angel After the battle Prissie Beau Prissie s brother are helping the angel, because he is bleeding, and another angel steps into help The next thing I know the angel s name is Milo, and he is a Messenger angel He also happens to be the mailman By the time the first chapter ends, I had wrote down 13 different names I was ...


  10. says:

    The Garden Gate is the fourth book in the Threshold series, the last and my favorite Of course I said that about the first book, then the second one, and then the third one But I can t help it the series just keeps getting better and better I remember when I read the first books that I was slightly frustrated with the main character, Prissie, and her attitude towards some of the other characters But now I feel proud of her and how far she s come since the beginning of the series After readi The Garden Gate is the fourth book in the Threshold series, the last and my favorite Of course I said that about the first book, then the second one, and then the third one But I can t help it the series just keeps getting better and better I remember when I read the first books that I was slightly frustrated with the main character, Prissie, and her attitude towards some of the other characters But now I feel proud of her and how far she s come since the beginning of the series After reading that last sentence again it sounds a little weird to say that I m proud of a fictional character But after getting to know Prissie Pomeroy through the books I really am proud of her B...