House of Hollow
The Hollow sisters have always been a little off. Their notable pale white hair and black eyes visually set them apart, but their intoxicating presence makes them a force to be remembered. Once known for mysteriously disappearing as children, the sisters instantly became local legends when they returned with identical moon-shaped scars and no memory of where they had been. Now, ten years later, when Grey Hollow goes missing, Isis and Vivi start their own search, opening the door to their haunting past. But when a dark figure with the head of a bull’s skull emerges, Iris instantly becomes aware that the mystery of their past is starting to unravel, pulling them back to a place she is unsure they will be able to escape.
Through a story that reads like a haunting fairytale, House of Hollow will overpower its readers with the intoxicating lure of the Hollow sisters. Skirting on the edge of horror and fairytales, this atmospheric read will take readers deep into the place of the in-between, where once you enter, you will never be the same. Krystal Sutherland has the ability to take her readers right to the edge of reality, dangling the place between life and death like a carrot on a string. Yet, she also delivers a powerful story of the inseparable bond of sisterhood and the lengths someone will go to save their family.
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|Page Count||304 page|
|Publisher||G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers|
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