I enjoyed Lundy's story much more than I thought I would! What happens if you get to decide just how much you want to stay in the world where your door leads? For Lundy and her Goblin Market, sometimes fair value means giving up something precious and intangible.
Well, glad that's over with. Kind of hoping this trend of loving one and then being thoroughly depressed by one is not the pattern I continue reading on in the Wayward Children series past the first four. A skillful fable wrapped around some very grown up ideas about successful socio-economic structures and the rights of children, but really anything that gives off those Fae vibes re: deals and fine print isn't going to end happily.