Midnight Dolls More secrets More power More trouble The secrets swirling around Carrefour are deepening and the lies are tangled than ever as Eveny discovers the truth about her past It s only been a couple of mont

  • Title: Midnight Dolls
  • Author: Kiki Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9780062281500
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • More secrets More power More trouble The secrets swirling around Carrefour are deepening, and the lies are tangled than ever as Eveny discovers the truth about her past.It s only been a couple of months since Eveny Cheval discovered that she s a powerful queen of zandara, the voodoo like form of magic that has controlled the town of Carrefour for generations ButMore secrets More power More trouble.The secrets swirling around Carrefour are deepening, and the lies are tangled than ever as Eveny discovers the truth about her past.It s only been a couple of months since Eveny Cheval discovered that she s a powerful queen of zandara, the voodoo like form of magic that has controlled the town of Carrefour for generations But she barely has time to consider what this means before she s attacked by the murderous anti magic organization Main de Lumi re once again.Alarmed, her powerful father takes her and her sister zandara queens, Peregrine and Chloe to his home on mysterious Caouanne Island But the island holds its own secrets about Eveny s past and her future Now, she s torn between two magical traditions and two guys mysterious Caleb, who s pushing her away, and charismatic Bram, who seems too good to be true.With Main de Lumi re closing in and Carrefour s defenses crumbling, Eveny, her sister queens, and the townspeople she s supposed to protect are in danger And as the revelations about her past continue pouring in, Eveny begins to realize that she might just be the only one who can save them all Now, she has to fight for the people and the town she loves and for her own life.Welcome to Carrefour, where long buried secrets simmer like heat over the bayou and whatever you desire most can be yours for a price.

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    About "Kiki Sullivan"

    1. Kiki Sullivan

      Kiki Sullivan is the author of The Dolls series Like the main character Eveny Cheval, Kiki used to live in New York and now calls the American South home Unlike Eveny, she finds it impossible to keep her rose garden alive and has been singlehandedly responsible for the unfortunate demise of countless herbs She may or may not have hung out with queens of the dark arts, strolled through creepy New Orleans cemeteries at night, or written the first book of this series with a red headed Louisiana voodoo doll beside her computer Visit her at KikiSullivan.

    290 thoughts on “Midnight Dolls”

    1. Midnight Dolls follows on from the ending of the first book The Dolls in which we continue with the story of main character Eveny and her escape from the town that is under threat from a powerful enemy. I personally preferred reading this book more for the following reasons: The twist towards the end regarding back to the mystery of Eveny's mother's death was shocking, as a reader, I truly didn't see that one coming. The pacing was quicker, the deathly events occurring spookier and the magic was [...]

    2. Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: This novel had a unique premise, but like its first installment, failed to satisfy me completely.Opening Sentence: Twilight falls crisp and clean in the first day of spring in Carrefour.The Review:Eveny Cheval is not safe. Recently, she was thrust back into a heritage of magic and danger, with no idea how to deal with it. But the stakes are higher now, because she knows that she is born of two separate sects of magic – which gives her powe [...]

    3. Must ReadFrom "The Dolls" to the latest installment "Midnight Dolls", Kiki Sullivan is a captivating author. The theme of good over evil is the perfectly laid out. Both books are fast paced and hard to put down. This author is up in coming and one to watch. Definitely on my favorite list.

    4. Another five star read from Kiki Sullivan! This installment was better than the first book. The more the author reveals about Eveny and her history, the better the story is. Great world building. I really hope there is another book coming. Five glittery stars!

    5. I did not like the first book, I only bought the second to see who had murdered Evenys mother.I didn't think the authors writing could get worse. It did. I ended up skipping pages of this trash just to get to the end.We have Eveny who is the ultimate Mary Sue, master of charms, everything is handed to her on a plate, EVERYONE likes her, boys love her, she's SO wise, she's a nice person and knows what to do in any situation. the fact she's got a dead mother so we're supposed to like her. I didn't [...]

    6. Ok I enjoyed this , but nit as much as the first one! It lacks as much story to it and as much depth . Most of the decent bits happen nearer the end and if it wasn't for the fact I was reading this young adult book for light reading I may not have preserved with it ! However it is enjoyable and still touches on magic, traditions etc but maybe it could of found more meat somehow ! As a sequel it's not horrific by any means and I would recommend this to any younger adult who enjoys thus genre !

    7. Really good!I was worried it was going to be like a lot of other book sequels- boring and less exciting, but this book was better than I'd hoped. The drama and suspense kept me hooked to the end and the climax and plot twist is unreal. I really suggest this book after you read The Dolls

    8. The target is the teenage reader. However, The Hunger Games it is not. Nor any of the other young adult literature I've read. Thanks to Sterling Books for the opportunity to read it.

    9. This book was perfectly segued into by the first. There is enough mystery to keep you reading and the same designer clothes mixed with VooDoo like magic. A+

    10. I enjoyed The Dolls last year, so I was looking forward to spending some more time back in the world of Eveny and Carrefour. Kiki Sullivan brings us back into Eveny's world, after she's had a little more time to adjust to her power. However, things soon come to a head when an attempt is made on Eveny's life by Main de Lumière. With her life on the line, Eveny's father brings her to his world on Caouanne Island, and Eveny quickly discovers that she holds the key to two great magical legaciesWhat [...]

    11. This story is different, I enjoyed that it was about voodoo princesses and not normal witches and it showed the different tribes of voodoo. The storyline was not that unique in terms of the romance and the loss of a parent, how ever it was creative in all other aspects. I thoroughly enjoyed Kikis' writing style and it was a book I did not want to put down I cannot wait to complete the next book.

    12. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! Kiki really has ended this book fantastically, any doubts I had about Eveny and Caleb have been erased! I would love to see a novella on whether Eveny and Bram ever meet face to face again and if so what would happen.

    13. The first book was fun in a ridiculous sort of way, but this one was pretty pointless. We did finally learn who killed Sandrine, but that was pretty easy to figure out after the first few chapters. Also, Caleb still sucks. I'm not sure if this is the last book or not, but I doubt I would read another one. In my opinion, all the loose ends were tied up and there is no reason to continue the story.

    14. This was a quick and easy read (under 4 hours). I really enjoyed it for the most part but towards the end there was too much explanation for me. Possible spoiler ahead (view spoiler)[ like when the narrator reminds the reader of something mentioned previously to explain her current reasoning (hide spoiler)]

    15. I received this book in exchange for a fair review. Thank you!This is one of the best books I've won from a giveaway. It took me a while to get to it because I wanted to get the first book and start from the beginning. Overall I loved it and hope there's a third installment!

    16. I read the first book "the dolls" and couldn't wait to read this and I was not disappointed I couldn't put it down seeing the world through Eveny's eyes is amazing and I am truly addicted to this book.

    17. This book actually took me a month to read so I didn't update my progress on for a while. However, I still thoroughly enjoyed it and I read a 100 pages last night. The story line is great and very gripping. I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out. 4/5 stars.

    18. I never thought I would be crying reading fantasy book. If you love magic and love this book is for you.I do hope there will be a continuation story about Eveny, Caleb and Bram. who will she choose??? "LOVE will always SAVE you"

    19. Excellent book! Engaging and suspenseful. Just finished reading and looking forward to the next book in series!

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