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The Gateway to Danger: Chelsea Crosses into e-Commerceland: A Coming of Age Christian Novel for Young Adults

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Each of us crosses through the gateway from childhood to adulthood at some point in life. For some, that point comes early; for others, it arrives much later. Once we pass through, we find that we can’t go back. The gateway closes tightly behind us….

Four very different girls have been friends since kindergarten, calling themselves the Nutellas, stuck together by their
Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published July 21st 2019 by Eagles Gathered Publishing
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Laurette Long
Aug 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
Meet Chelsea, Samantha, Britanny and Dorothy, four junior high students who decide to embark on an e-commerce scheme. Their adventures are recounted in three ‘Books’, narrated by 13-year-old Chelsea, whose father sets the ball rolling by suggesting she does something more useful with her smart phone than play games. Chelsea takes up the challenge, getting her three ‘besties’ on board. In kindergarten the four girls, sharing a passion for Nutella, formed a bond which has not weakened over the ...more
Jay Saph
Sep 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Real rating 3.5 stars

The Gateway to Danger was an unexpected read for me. It was well written, nicely edited and seemed to flow with little effort. The characters "nutellas' felt real, especially the dialogue between the young girl and her father. It covers a strange mix of e-commerce, young adulthood and cat protection. There's also a sprinkling of Christian themes which are by no means overwhelming in any place. It is as if, purposely, author didn't want to rant but, funnily enough, that felt
Vanessa Morgan
Nov 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
The Gateway to Danger is, for the most part, a five-star book. It's an enjoyable read with fun characters, and you learn a lot about e-commerce in a casual and entertaining way. But then there are some chapters that focus on bringing across a Christian message, and while this shouldn't necessarily be a problem, they come across as forced and clumsy, as if they belong in an entirely different book. The last chapters are also a little weird since it takes the focus away from the e-commerce aspect ...more
Arriah Kiprujistho
Aug 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
As you walk along in the journey with Chelsea, you get a sense of reality and what it takes to achieve something in life while growing up. It makes you realise that people are different but if you have a common goal then you will ultimately get along and will respect each other's opinions. In a nutshell, this book revolves around 4 friends who have this amazing bond, supportive parents, and a pinch of characters who give a taste of villain in the story. Most importantly it demonstrates that ...more
Jessica Bronder
Dec 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Samantha, Dorothy, Brittany, and Chelsea have been best friends since kindergarten and now they are in junior high. One day Chelsea’s father has had enough of her wasting her time on her cell phone. He challenges her to do something productive with her cell phone and she decides to start a business with the help of her friends.

What follows is three stories that break down the girls adventures as they create the business, get the product sold, and have many close calls and get into trouble for
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I am the author of more than two dozen books. Many are targeted for young adults and were written years ago, before the advent of self-publishing. After I became a Christian in the mid-1980s, I felt compelled to write, especially for the young. I also worked as an assistant editor for a Christian publication.

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