Release Date: 10/08/12
In this darkly humorous book, discover the inner musings of a deliciously demented doll, once loved and now abandoned.
Peek inside her secret diary of twisted thoughts and odd scribbles, hinting at her evil and madness. But beware.
She rules her attic kingdom with a porcelain fist and has minions who carry out fiendish plots against those who dare offend. So play nice. Or else.
I’m always on the lookout for the quirky and when two of my interests, in this case, horror with a touch of humour collide, then I really can’t wait to get my hands on it.
What this pocket sized book brings to the table is a dark story of a doll who slowly descends into madness after being exiled to the attic. It has quirky humorous lines backed up with some wonderfully constructed photos and to be honest it’s a book that a lot of people will like even though it’s short. Add to this the fact that it’s a great talking point or as a coffee table book and you’ll find that it’s a title that you’ll love flicking through time and again or even just to give as a gift. Cracking stuff.