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Hidden (Voodootown #3)

Hidden (Voodootown #3)
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Pages: 
60
Published: 
October 31st 2012 by Grasshorse, LLC
Rating: 
4.56

Praise for Voodootown:

"Sleek, sharp, and surgically precise, VOODOOTOWN is a new serialized horror novel that moves like greased lightning. The self-contained interlocking chapters go from a whisper to a scream with the panache of Anne Rice on acid. I could not stop gobbling these bad-ass little bon-bons... highly recommended!"
- Jay Bonansinga, New York Times bestselling co-author of THE WALKING DEAD: THE ROAD TO WOODBURY

“The voodootown series is a smash!”
“A really unique and intriguing series.”
“I love this series.”
“This is gonna be the next big thing.”
“Voodootown delivers!”

The dolls of Voodootown are back to defend their humans and fight for their own lives, but the curfew that was meant to protect them has failed disastrously. Can Twister, Blink, Root and Camo survive when they meet the man who has been kidnapping all the dolls from Voodootown?

Editorial Reviews—

"Gripping and fun...can't wait for the next chapter."

--Emmett Williams, Mission Man Media

“Was hooked right from the beginning. A world in which dolls have not only an inner life but a truly rich, engrossing outer one complete with kick ass magic fights. What an original and wonderful concept with some remarkable depth. Wish I had a voodoo doll growing up. This is gonna be the next big thing.”
--John Hartman, Actor and Author, Sept. 24, 2012.

"Intriguing and exciting as hell! Bruce Elgin has been there, done that, and knows how to turn a phrase. If you don't pick up this book ASAP, you're missing a terrific bet."
--No. 1 Kindle bestselling author Shane Gericke, TORN APART

“I read "Schooled" having little previous knowledge of what it was about and limited exposure to Voodootown, but I was quickly transported to a cool new world where dolls are badasses and us humans owe them a huge debt of gratitude. I found myself quickly invested in the characters and engaged in the mythology, magic and action. In short, I wanted more. Did I mention these dolls kick all kinds of ass? Looking forward to Twister and Janey's next adventure and finding out more about Voodootown's creative cast of characters!”
--Jason Hefter, author, “Hump Day”

"I still remember the slings and arrows of my teen years. If only I'd had a secret companion who knew a little something about push pins and stuffing. This engaging, story-rich introduction to Voodoo Town has me hoping it will be my new fix for the kind of teen-centered novels we've all indulged in. This time, no vampires. It's better than that, it's a whole new world of occult fun with a painfully human touch."
--Nicole (Ninja Mom) Shaw, humorist, writer, "Ninja Mom Blog"

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