|Title||:||very dead dolls|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||567 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
very dead dolls Reviews
Sharon wasn’t well liked, bullied by her brother, ignored by her parents and picked on by the other kids in her neighbourhood. She didn’t care as Sharon had her own special friends, her dolls loved her and she loved them back. If only they wouldn’t stop breaking. The heads kept falling off, glue and stitching just didn’t keep them together. Perhaps she ought to stop using heads from road kill or pieces from her neighbour’s dead pets?
I was a bit confused at the start of the story. Eventually it came together as a fine example of what can go on in the mind of a bullied child.
Another good short story from Ian Woodhead. The main character Sharon is a strange one who seems to spend her time making up play stories for her dolls. This is fine behaviour until you realise how she is "Frankensteining" them - quite disturbing (in a good way!!).Ian captures the mean-spiritedness of children very well. Thoroughly enjoyed it, just wish it could have been longer.
Sharon is a very interesting girl with very unique hobbies.
This is a gag-worthy short horror story that is interesting and unique! It is grossly delightful, with interesting characters and a sense of poetic justice. Just an overall fun short story!