The Door Through Space
Reviewed date: 2020 Jan 5
This one was dull until halfway through, and then it was gripping, but the resolution was underwhelming. It was good enough that it made me forget, for a moment, that Marion Zimmer Bradley was a child molester, and just enjoy the story. It helps that unlike the previous Bradley book I read, this one doesn't have child sexual abuse as a major plot element. I'm still not impressed enough to seek out her stories, but it's good to know that I am still able to separate the art from the artist.