The Forgotten Door is a story about a giant, a garden, a wall and some lost children.
It is one of the first children’s stories I wrote many years ago when I was an Anglican priest and school chaplain. For those who are familiar with English children’s literature I’m afraid you will see that my influences are the crazy and wonderful Roald Dahl, Oscar Wilde and a bit of C.S.Lewis and Tolkien too.
I’d be glad to hear what you think of this, and my other stories. If you like them, pass them on to others. They’re a good listen in the car.

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