Doll

Doll Tilly s biker mother gave her a doll on her deathbed but there is something strange about it something dangerous It brings Tilly into the path of Jan a South American boy with his own problems But t

  • Title: Doll
  • Author: Nicky Singer
  • ISBN: 9780007154166
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tilly s biker mother gave her a doll on her deathbed, but there is something strange about it something dangerous It brings Tilly into the path of Jan, a South American boy with his own problems But there are questions that have not been answered Is Tilly s mother really dead

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      Published :2019-011-03T10:52:10+00:00

    One Reply to “Doll”

    1. I picked up this book in Hay on Wye during the festival. It cost me a whopping £1 and I'd never heard of it before, so I wasn't exactly sure what to expect. A glance at and did not get my hopes up. However, last night I couldn't get to sleep and I wanted a short read to send me off to lullaby-land. I picked up Doll, but on my reading headlamp (yes, you read that correctly) and settled down. Oh. My. God. I know that makes me sound like a tween, but I don't care. I read the entire thing in one [...]

    2. Doll was both really weird and really good. I wasn't too impressed for about the first fifty pages- it was really awkwardly written (the narrator changing did not work smoothly) and the story was so unclear. However, I really got into it after that and it began to make a lot more sense. Tilly is an odd character and really hard to like at the start but I warmed to her as we found out more about her story. Jan was much more interesting and we found out his background faster than Tilly's. There ar [...]

    3. Strange little book. What I thought would be a quick, easy read took me a lot longer than expected. Like other reviewers I found it to be confusing, disjointed and strange. I enjoyed the last few chapters the most although the content is quite depressing and confronting. Certainly different but not really the right kind of weird for me.

    4. Loved the idea. Although the beginning was a little confusing (but then again, there have been many good books with a confusing beginning and will continue to be), but as the story progressed, things started to fall into place - which as I'd like to point out, was similar to the characters' accepting what had happened. The easier the book got to read, the more we find out how, what and why.The way I saw it, it wasn't a typical boy meets girl, fall in love and live happily ever after kind of stor [...]

    5. I feel bad giving this only two stars, but I'm rating this way because I'm going by the definitions for stars - "it was ok." This book was written well and in an interesting way, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. Others might like it a lot more, but it wasn't for me.

    6. This book has been my favourite book for about four years now and although I add more books to my favourites, this will always be number one

    7. Ugh. Stupid and pointless and weird and uninteresting and I don't even want to give it the dignity of being shelved as anything other than 'read'.

    8. I read this book mainly out of curiosity and although I did like it, I found it quite confusing at times. It can be hard to read but is worth it.

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