A beautiful and haunting tale for independent readers from the author of The Inn Between All Hadley wants is for everything to go back to the way it used to be—back when she didn’t have to share her mother with her stepfather and stepbrother. Back when she wasn’t forced to live in a musty, decomposing house. Back when she had a life in the city with her friends. As Hadley whiles away what’s left of her summer, exploring the nearby woods and splitting her time between her strange, bug-obsessed neighbor Gabe and the nice old lady that lives above the garage, she begins to notice the house isn’t just old and creaky. It’s full of secrets, just like appearance of a mysterious dollhouse and the family of perfect dolls she finds. Oh, how she wishes her family were more like those lovely dolls! Then one day, Hadley discovers a lone glass eye rolling around the floor of the attic. Holding it close one night, she makes a wish that just might change her world forever. The Doll’s Eye bears Marina Cohen’s trademark eerie style and beautiful writing.
<b>Marina Cohen</b> grew up in Scarborough, Ontario, where she spent far too much time asking herself <i>what if</i>. . . . In elementary school, her favorite author was Edgar Allan Poe. She loved “The Tell-Tale Heart” and aspired to write similar stories. She has a love of the fantastical, the bizarre, and all things creepy. Her books include <i>Chasing the White Witch, Mind Gap</i>, and <i>Ghost Ride</i>.