The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal

Victorian London, 1850. The Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood’s radical, rebellious ideas. Fascination with skulls, abnormalities, and freaks. The awakening of eroticism in a prude society. Two red-haired twins with skin as white as milk and eyes as green as grass ‒ although occasionally grey like overcast skies ‒ one marred by smallpox scars, the other beautiful butContinue reading “The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal”