A Superficial & Slightly Shallow Gothic Tale | Review of ‘The Dolls’ (The Dolls, #1)

By Cynthia Ayala

‘The Dolls’ by Kiki Sullivan
Balzer + Bray

Eveny Cheval has gone from the big city, New York, to move back to her childhood home in Louisiana with her aunt Bea, a place she hasn’t seen since her mother’s suicide fourteen years ago. But her home town has a dark side, one that is connected to her mother’s death and the popularity of the Dolls, the pretty powerful girls at her new school. Something is wrong in her hometown and it’s up to her to fix it and save lives.

The Dolls is the first novel in The Dolls series, a young adult southern gothic tale by Kiki Sullivan. Published on September 2, 2014 by Balzer + Bray the novel follows one young girl as she goes traverses life between magic and high school.
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