The Dollmaker of Krakow by R. M. Romero // Review

Title: The Dollmaker of Krakow by R. M. Romero

Rating: ★★★★★

Release: 5th October 2017

Synopsis: One night a little doll named Karolina comes to life in a toyshop in Krakow, Poland, in 1939 and changes the life of the gruff, broken-hearted Dollmaker. And when the darkness of the Nazi occupation sweeps over the city, Karolina and the Dollmaker must bravely use their magic to save their Jewish friends from a terrible danger, no matter what the risks. This powerful story is about finding friendship in the darkest of places and the importance of love in times of great pain.divider-2461548_1280Review:

A beautiful story of love, loss and hope in the darkest of times.

This book is how to write magic realism. It is perfection in a novel and I am still completely blown away by it. It made me laugh. cry and just made me fall in love with it from the first page until the very last.

The story was so unique and it was unlike anything I could have ever imagined and unlike anything that I’ve ever read before.

I can’t put into words how much I loved this book. The world was built so wonderfully, and both the real world and the Land of the Dolls was so well thought out I was so amazed by it.

It hit me so hard reading about what happened in the Land of the Dolls and how it became reality in the Dollmaker’s world too. I loved every single character and how honest and raw the story was.

The ending truly broke my hear, and I am still not okay. You definitely need to read this book. it isn’t one to miss!

You can buy The Dollmaker of Krakow on Amazon UK here!


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