September 6, 2017

The Dolls

"Of all the emotions she'd been programmed to learn, this one was the most palpable, the most real: fear." ~ pg. 42

Investigative business reporter, Lana Wallace, has covered crimes for the past ten years. But nothing prepared her for the dolls: prototypes custom created to speak, act, look and feel like a real woman. They're the perfect companion. But why are their owners being found murdered? Perhaps looks can kill.

A mighty hand clap for the MasterClass winner, Kecia Bal! I really enjoyed reading this book that she co-authored with James Patterson. What an honor! I could tell she implemented some of the lessons learned in the MasterClass. It only motivates me to continue the class and hopefully finish with a manuscript of my own. The Dolls was original, page-turning, and easily devoured in a couple hours.

Title: The Dolls
Author: James Patterson & Kecia Bal
Published: August 2017
Pages: 132
Rating: 🖤 🖤 🖤 🖤 🖤


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