[Dorothy Eden] The Voice of the Dolls [ecclesiology Book] Epub

Summary The Voice of the Dolls

Y with her dolls communicating with them in a macabre game that resembles reality in the secretive Foster household all too accuratel. Entertaining and somewhat creepy There were a few areas that were a bit wordy and could have been cut out in my opinion but overall I was impressed enough to have high hopes for the other Dorothy Eden books on my bookshelfI don t think it would be a gothic if someone didn t do something utterly idiotic along the way There were a couple idiots hanging around in this story but they weren t so foolish that I wanted to toss the book at them

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The Voice of the Dolls

In the voice of the dolls we meet tall young and pretty Sarah Stacey who undecided about her future after her father's death takes a. To be honest I wanted to read Dorothy Eden because I love the cover art so hard but actually this was just as I hoped it would be A little bit Gothic some romance a mystery and a general feeling of genteel Englishness of yore Unfortunately no actual talking dolls so maybe being a bit generous with the 4 stars

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Temporary job as a governess to sad little Jennie Foster Since her mother's accidental death Jennie has been withdrawn; she plays onl. I knew who the villain was going to be pretty early on but I enjoyed the book despite that Creepy at times and scary when you are reading about folks that are obviously sociopaths


10 thoughts on “The Voice of the Dolls

  1. says:

    Rather underwhelmingbut this is a very early Eden 1950 reissued in the '70s so I'll assume it's not her best try another one later Like Mary Stewart's Wildfire at Midnight also an early work this book is of a traditional mystery novel thus it contains tropes that I dislike The characters are flat The big reveal is infodump'd by the bad guy

  2. says:

    To be honest I wanted to read Dorothy Eden because I love the cover art so hard but actually this was just as I hoped it wo

  3. says:

    Entertaining mystery that will keep you guessing fairly close to the end

  4. says:

    I'm giving Dorothy Eden another try I have only liked one of her novels so far so we'll seeOk I did 58 pages and ick I don't like this one either Annoying characters kind of inane premise to me anyway and predictable storyline As per my usual rule about not reading stuff that I don't enjoy I'm uitting this one Life is too short and I think this is my last Dorothy Eden novel with only one hit out of several misses

  5. says:

    I knew who the villain was going to be pretty early on but I enjoyed the book despite that Creepy at times and scary when you are reading about folks that are obviously sociopaths

  6. says:

    I found it very hard to care about the characters in this book save for poor little JennieEliot could have been interesting if he had been fleshed out beyond Tragic FigureMost of the characters attitudes towards sadness and sickness were deplorableAs if one should change ones moods to suit everyone else as if anyone COULD do thatOl

  7. says:

    Good suspense with lots of Gothic name dropping Jane Eyre Rebecca etc but predictable Not my favorite by Eden but entertaining

  8. says:

    An enjoyable book I like the old fashioned style of writing Dorothy Eden created a set of very sharply drawn characters The vulnerable wife the stoic governess a stilted child the binge eating mother in law together with the

  9. says:

    Entertaining and somewhat creepy There were a few areas that were a bit wordy and could have been cut out in my opinion but overall I was impressed enough to have high hopes for the other Dorothy Eden books on my bookshelf

  10. says:

    This is my second favorite book thus far under Dorothy Eden's books I love how she drew you in by means of a child and then later showed how