Return to the Dolls House
Once again, Yumiko Kawahara delivers a collection of wildly imaginative tales about man's best friend--the seductive and oddly compelling Plant Dolls.
In one story, a young man finds comfort from a doll that shares his heartbreak of a lonely childhood. In another, a doll holds the key to a vast family fortune. And in this volume's final story, a singing doll is discovered. But when she sings...madness ensues!
These stories and others make it clear that love is a very complicated thing. Why, for example, does it often come with attachments both agreeable and perverse? Perhaps the Plant Dolls have the answer to this eternal question...