“Cyrus walked straight to the tallest crack of light, a seam between two doors. They were locked, but they were also thin and old, and they bent a little with pressure from his shoulder.
He backed up.
"Try one of Skelton's keys," said Antigone. "Is there a keyhole?"
"Nope." Cyrus threw himself against the doors. Wood popped, but he bounced back. "I can break it."
"You mean a rib? Maybe your shoulder?" Antigone adjusted her grip, propping Horace in front of her.
"There's just one little bolt," said Cyrus. "And it's set in old wood." He paused. What was he hearing? Voices. Shouting. "You hear that?" he asked.
Antigone nodded. "They don't sound happy."
This time, Cyrus used his foot. The wood splintered, and the two doors wobbled open onto a world of emerald and sunlight.”
The Dragon's Tooth