Book Review:The Doll House

Michelle Renee Kidwell
2 min readFeb 17, 2022

The Dollhouse

by Sara Ennis

Pub Date 01 Jun 2021

Sara Ennis

Mystery & Thrillers

I am reviewing a copy of The Dollhouse through Sara Ennis and Netgalley:

After Peter Baden’s daughter Olivia was abducted nearly a year ago, he left his career as a respected journalist to find her. Now he spends his days searching for Olivia, and helping other families of abducted children survive the emotionally and physically exhausting experience of finding a missing child.

Angel and Bud are twins who are used to making do. There dad is in prison, and mom won’t win parenting awards. Bud thrives on neglect, but Angel isn’t so strong.

Now they’re captives in a place called the Dollhouse, and things have gotten far worse. The Dolls are forced to re-stage old photographs, but satisfying Alfred is not easy. He has a twisted sense of humor and a violent temper that explodes when things don’t go his way and even when they do at Tim’s.

Alfred needs Dolls. Blonde, blue-eyed human dolls that will help him rewrite his past and change his future.

Angel knows that if she and the other Dolls are to survive this warped playtime, she can’t be needy and afraid. She must prove how strong she can be and. She must do so fast.

But there aren’t many photos left ..

I give The Dollhouse five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

Michelle Renee Kidwell

Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge in the light: Helen Keller