A Thousand Doors by J.T. Ellison

A Thousand Doors

The day Mia Jensen died, she finally got to live.We’ve all played the “what if” game. For forty-year-old Mia Jensen, “what if” is a fact of life. Dissatisfied with her choices, she often dreams about what could have been. Now she has the chance to know. But that knowledge will cost her dearly. Only through death can she fully realize the value of her life.After a terrible day, trying to figure out how she’s come to this point—alone,...

Details A Thousand Doors

TitleA Thousand Doors
Release DateNov 5th, 2018
PublisherTwo Tales Press
GenreFiction, Short Stories, Anthologies

Reviews A Thousand Doors

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    I'm not one to pick up short stories or anthologies on a regular basis, and I'm typically very critical of them, but this was something special folks. Gather round, friends, and let me tell you about this gem of a "novel". J.T. Ellison, the queen of suspense, has recruited the most desirable female authors in the psychological thriller genre today and brought them together to take their many talents and create one cohesive story. I know, trust me...
  • Erin Clemence
    Special thanks to JT Ellison, for an ARC of this novel. Mia Jensen is unhappy and dissatisfied with her life as a whole. One day, when she investigates a strange noise in her house, she is stabbed and left for dead. As she dies, she is able to experience several other “could be” lives. Lives she could have had if she had made different, better, choices. When faced with these “what ifs”, can Mia go back to the life she knows? “A Thousan...
  • Mandy White
    A Thousand Doors by JT Ellison and a star studded cast of thousands is a very unique book. Written by some of todays best thriller writers all about the same character. Most of the stories I loved and wanted more! Some of the stories were too short for my liking but worked in this premise.Mia Jensen gets to experience all the lives that could have been for her - but only in her death. After a shockingly bad day she is attacked in her own home and...
  • Kerry
    A thrilling anthology that isn’t really an anthology, but a story of one woman’s many lives, written by a unique group of award winning and bestselling thriller, suspense, and women’s fiction authors. I thoroughly enjoyed reading each of Mia Jensen’s lives. They’re exciting, thought provoking, fun, emotional, suspenseful, and adventurous. Praise for J.T. Ellison for spearheading this project.
  • Amy
    In general I’m not a huge fan of anthologies but when I saw that J. T. Ellison had managed to snag some of my favorite female thriller authors to make this book I had to give it a shot. Besides an amazing group of writers, the premise is also fantastic, I loved the idea of seeing the various paths one woman’s live could’ve taken and it wound up being pretty damn cool.Each author has a chapter with one of Mia’s lives and while I enjoyed al...
  • Julie (JuJu)
    Short summaryUnique and thrilling short stories that come together with the same main character. J.T. Ellison is Awesome!My thoughtsThis book of short stories is unlike any other collection of short stories I’ve read. The way all the stories are linked by the main character makes it a unique and very interesting read. And it’s a great way to read some really great thriller authors! Some of the stories were so good, I wasn’t ready for them t...
  • Judy Collins
    I loved A THOUSAND DOORS: An Anthology of Many Lives by JT Ellison and this talented cast of superb authors! The collection takes us through the many lives of Mia. The has done, and what ifs. Mia found herself in some crazy situations. I loved each and every one. How many of us have wondered, "the what ifs" in our lives? Courses our lives would or could have taken. Choices we have made. The many job offers in another state, our past relationshi...
  • Dana-Adriana B.
    I have never read an anthology, being pleasantly surprised by this book.It's about Mia Jensen and the millions of possibilities of her life if she had made different choices when the road of life reaches the crossroads.Every story is extraordinary, making you come into the lamb's skin, living her intense emotions.
  • Elizabeth
    I knew going in that this book was an anthology of sorts, but I did not expect to feel like it was a "Choose Your Own Adventure" type of anthology! I was impressed. I found myself unable to decide which story would be the best for Mia. Some stories were pretty tame, others were wildly imaginative! I loved the concept and the execution!My thanks to NetGalley and Two Tales Press for the opportunity to read and provide an honest review of this book.
  • Michelle
    Review can be found on my blog here: https://booksonthebookshelf.wordpress...This book was so uniquely written and I loved the idea of just how different it was! I was not sure how the book would all come together given the fact that several different authors contributed parts to the story to make the book as a whole, but I was interested in the uniqueness of it and was thrilled to have received a copy.This book did not let me down! It was a clev...