The Dolls

by Kiki Sullivan

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LoveReading View on The Dolls

March 2015 NewGen Debut of the Month.

This is a delicious treat of a book, the equivalent of a bar of your favourite chocolate, a guilty pleasure to be indulged every once in a while! Eveny Cheval returns to Carrefour, the small Louisiana town where she was born, just in time for her 17th birthday. Carrefour is everything we expect from the deep South – the weather is as hot as the jambalaya, the mansions are beautiful, and there’s voodoo going on in the graveyard! Eveny wonders why the Dolls, a group of super-glamorous girls, are so keen to become her friends: it has a lot to do with the magic powers she never knew she had. Throw in a gorgeous boy who mustn’t love Eveny, but just can’t help himself, and the stage is set for an irresistible paranormal romance. Connoisseurs of this genre won’t be disappointed!  ~ Andrea Reece

**** Get hooked on The Dolls:
Throughout February Usborne will be releasing six FREE bitesize e-episodes taken from the book, each one accompanied by a video trailer and readers will be encouraged to get involved in #TheDolls conversation online. The first episode will be released on Sunday 1st February, with the last one out on Mardi Gras, Tuesday 17th February.

Andrea Reece

The Dolls Synopsis

When 17-year-old Eveny returns to the tiny Louisiana town where she was born, she discovers she is the powerful missing link in a trio of voodoo queens who have everyone under their spell. But they need her help. Because darkness is descending on Carrefour and even the Dolls' combined powers may not be enough to stop the killer in their midst.

The Dolls Reader Reviews

In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion some of our Lovereading Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title.

  • Aimee Sweet - '. A little bit of romance, a little bit of magic, an action infused plot and what do you get? An amazing idea that will go far.' Read full review >
  • Phoebe Allan - 'an exceptional read, almost bursting with twists and turns, shocks and sighs of relief, dark magic and discovery and despair and forbidden romance. Utterly amazing and an honestly brilliant book that I can't recommend enough!' Read full review >
  • Danielle Shepherd, age 18 - 'This book was simply magical.' Read full review >
  • Edel Waugh - 'I loved this book and would recommend it to those of you who might have enjoyed ‘Beautiful Creatures’...or if you just love some great YA writing! This was awesome! Gorgeous setting! Read full review >
  • Destiny Maraj - 'The Dolls was a very intriguing, mysterious, dramatic novel! It was really great.' Read full review >

The Dolls Press Reviews

“An entertaining mix of realism and fantasy, and a book almost impossible to put down.” – Amber of the Mile Long Bookshelf

“Super fun and interesting! Really easy and quick to read and I loved the way the story grew!” – Ben from BenjaminofTomes

“The Dolls is basically Mean Girls with magic…a whole lot of fun and I read it in two sittings.” − Sarah Churchill

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ISBN: 9781409584001
Publication date: 01/03/2015
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781409584001
Publication date: 1st March 2015
Author: Kiki Sullivan
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 416 pages
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction, Reader Reviewed Books, Debuts of the Month, eBook Favourites,
Categories: Fantasy romance (Teenage),

About Kiki Sullivan

Kiki Sullivan is the pen name for international bestselling women's fiction author Kristin Harmel (published in the UK by Quercus). Kristin is an experienced journalist and a TV presenter for the national US show The Daily Buzz. She divides her time between Paris, Los Angeles, New York and Orlando.   Photo credit Melixa Carbonell

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