Paper Dolls by Anya Allyn
Book Review by Hush Hush Biz Book Reviewer Jamie Campbell
Paper Dolls is the second book in the Dollhouse series. Picking up where the first book left off, the girls are out of the Dollhouse and trying to make sense of the world around them again.
Rescued and facing a trial to bring justice to her alleged kidnappers, Cassie is constantly reminded of her time in the Dollhouse. In order to make a fresh start, she has to find a way to put the past behind her.
However, with nightmares haunting her, she can’t let go. Feeling there is something she must do, she goes in search of an ancient book that could hold all the answers she is desperately looking for.
As we find out more about the Dollhouse and its origins, we gain an insight into the original doll and the mess that created the entire situation.
With a twist you don’t see coming that makes you question everything you have ever believed about the Dollhouse, Paper Dolls spins the world in a completely different direction.
A thrilling follow up to the first book, I can’t wait to see what happens in the next one. A great read for anyone that enjoys young adult mysteries and suspense.