Sunday, April 13, 2014

Review: Dollhouse

Dollhouse (Dollhouse, #1)

Title: Dollhouse
Series: Dollhouse #1
Author: Anya Ally
Pages: 373
Format: Kindle
Genre: YA
Goodreads Description 
A dark, Gothic, Young Adult Horror.
Four teenagers chance across a mysterious, crumbling mansion in the depths of the mountains....
- One of them is about to vanish.
- One of them is lying about what he or she knows.
- None of them will escape the fate awaiting them in the terrifying Dollhouse beneath the old mansion--a place of nightmarish horrors and insanity.
A slow-burn nightmare, a world of supernatural darkness and strange secrets.
Six months ago, fifteen-year-old Cassie Claiborne reluctantly moved from her home in Florida with her social worker mom. In her new home--a remote, mountainous Australian town, Cassie meets new friends--Aisha Dumaj, Ethan McAllister and Lacey Dougherty.
For the first time, Cassie falls in love. The only problem is that the boy she falls for is her friend, Ethan--and he and Aisha are already an item. When Cassie goes on a school hike to Devils Hole with her new friends, she tries desperately to keep her feelings for Ethan secret.
Aisha disappears on the hike without a trace--with the police believing she was murdered.
When Cassie, Ethan and Lacey return to the mountains to search for Aisha--Cassie begins to realize she never really knew any of her friends. Everyone has their own secrets. She discovers the stranger lurking inside everyone she thought she knew.
The darkest secret of all waits beneath the old mansion in the mountains--a secret from which there is no escape....

My Rating
3 Stars

My Thoughts
All together I thought this was a good book. It had a good plot. The characters were  interesting and well developed.
This was an interesting read. I liked how the characters interacted with each other in the dollhouse. The ending leaves you wondering if they will ever escape.
The only problem I had with this book is that it moves slowly. I believe that it could have been better with a little more action. 

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