Angelica in Doll Land - Book One

Angelica in Doll Land - Book One

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Jessica Rabbit By JessicaOhSoRabbit Completed

[2018: featured + shortlisted for the Wattys]
- Real genre: Magical Realism
- Completed* 
- Don't forget to read the sequel Lost Little Doll, here on Wattpad


When Angelica's parents die in a car crash, she has to go live with an estranged aunt in a strange town name Sweetwood--a village filled with Grimm fairy tales, dark nursery rhyme characters, and real magic. But not everything that glitters is gold.
Surrounded by a gloomy village that doesn't feel so welcoming, Angelica starts to feel vulnerable. But when she's sent a welcome present dipped in blood, and the local kids around town begin to go missing.
Angelica soon realizes that while fairy tales may be real, monsters lurk within each story and every princess has her own demon. She may not be a princess, but she'll have to make a choice like one. She could either fight fate and lose her sanity in the process. Or, unravel the mystery around Sweetwood that she's somehow connected to once and for all.

*Author Notes*
Angelica in Doll Land is inspired by the operetta 'Babes in Toyland' by the late Victor Herbert. The story combines storybook characters in a Gothic style setting, offering a dark new twist on fairy tales/nursery rhymes and also filled with a diverse cast of characters. Enjoy.

-If you notice any errors, please let me know so that I can fix :)

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It's so creepy! I felt like I was watching a horror movie trailer! It's really good and makes me very excited for the book. Can't wait to start reading!
I liked the haunting music and the gray and white scheme. Overall a very eerie feeling from the trailer. I also admire your book cover!
KilluaAngel KilluaAngel Mar 05
I love the title of this book. I can’t stop thinking about it.