I read Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire. This story hates Narnia even more than The Magician by Lev Grossman. It’s about a halfway house for kids that have ventured to other worlds via stories that are collectively known as Portal Fantasies (like Narnia, Phantom Tollbooth and many other stories where kids find a portal to a fantasy land).
Our teenage girl protagonist is a goth who has mastered the art of standing still and who has a sadness meltdown upon discovering her parents have replaced her “carefully” packed goth shrouds with rainbow-colored garments. I gave up on her story during an intense and bitter discussion of whether she wanted to bump uglies with some guy from Oklahoma that she'd just met. I see no reason to revise my ballot.