Barbara Gurney

Doors of Prague

Ah, Prague… The home of Charles Bridge and colourful baroque buildings, and, fascinating doors.
So, who goes to Prague to hide away?
Gillian did.
Intent on surviving her grief, in her own way, Gillian ignores the beauty and history of Prague, wallowing in sadness.
On her daily wanderings, she photographs dozens of doors: elaborate doors, ugly doors, old doors, broken doors. People come from behind some of these doors and, over time, befriend her.
The adage of — One door closing, another opening - becomes significant to Gillian as her new friends ease her into finding a way forward.
The sadness is balanced with love in many forms, a little humour, and a touch of romance.
Most of all, Doors of Prague is about hope and healing and starting over.

293 printed pages
Original publication



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