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Publisher's Summary

Dark, dangerous things happened around the Hollow sisters. Everybody knew it.

A seductive horror story from the extraordinary Krystal Sutherland.

The Hollow sisters - Vivi, Grey and Iris - are as seductively glamorous as they are mysterious. They have black eyes and hair as white as milk. They share the same birthday, spaced exactly two years apart. The Hollow sisters don't have friends - they don't need them. They move through the corridors like sharks, the other little fish parting around them, whispering behind their backs.

And everyone knows who the Hollow sisters are. Because one day the three Hollow sisters simply disappeared. And when they came back, one month later, with no memory of where they had been, it was as if nothing had changed. Almost nothing, Apart from, for example, the little scar that had appeared in the hollow of their throats...and a whispering sense that something is not quite right about them, despite (or maybe because of) the terrible passion to be with them that they can exert on anybody at will.

A thrilling, twisting, novel that is as seductive and glamorous as the Hollow sisters themselves....

©2021 Krystal Sutherland (P)2021 Bonnier Books UK

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  • 04-27-21

An eerily addictive contemporary fairytale

Equal parts gruesome and glamorous, this opulent, intriguing mystery will leave you hungry for more until the final bite. I actually guessed a couple of twists/reveals but I adored the story, characters and writing so much so, that I wanted to give it five stars anyway. The narrator was perfect.

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  • Patience
  • 12-21-21

My book of the year

The Narrator makes or breaks an audiobook for me and Eleanor Bennett was brilliant. The story as well was very good and it’s always refreshing to read something new that is not a rehashed trope thats been done a thousand times so hats of for Krystal Sutherland. A+++ a read i would recommend

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  • Laura B.
  • 05-29-21

Enjoyable

Fab performance by the voice actor. Kept me interested throughout. No real massive twists and turns but an enjoyable story.

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  • Amber
  • 04-25-21

If Vougue tried to write a dark fairytale

I love dark fairy tale-esque stories so liked the sound of this but was VERY disappointed. This book reads as if it was written by a teenager for teenagers. The characters are all too attractive, no one has ‘real’ qualities. This is the kind of thing I would have tried to write as a 14 year old but would not be proud of as a 31 year old (as the author is). It would seem she also only recently learnt the word ‘clandestine’ as it makes an appearance more times than I could count. Overall I found this book shallow. Do not recommend.

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  • Wordy Witterings
  • 04-07-22

Fabulous YA horror

Dark, twisted and disturbing, this is a fabulous YA horror fairytale. The narration on this audiobook is excellent.

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  • jessica johnson
  • 03-27-22

had me gripped!

I loved the journey this took me on. a dark, twisted back and forth through life and death leaving me completely surprised loved it

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  • Sophia Maria Nicolopoulos
  • 12-05-21

Lukewarm storyline, good narration

I really enjoyed the first half of the book until I realized where it was going and I felt like the main heroine (for the plot's purposes and not her own) hid many more things from the reader and revealed them in random order.
Not sure how to frame this better, but it's a different thing for the MC to hide things because she doesn't know them yet, and a different thing to hide them because of plot convenience.

The mystery was well shrouded until half of the book were it becomes predictable. I liked how the author weaved urban fantasy with myths but it wasn't so convincing as the final confrontation with the villain was anticlimactic.

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  • 08-26-21

Death by Glottal Stop

I couldn't really tell you whether the story was any good because I couldn't get past the bland, one-note narration. And the narrator's propensity for glottal stopping was driving me nuts by around the half-way mark. The only reason I stuck with it was because the first few chapters weren't too bad and by then I had invested too much time to quit. Found myself shouting 't t t...' at the car Bluetooth, it was that annoying 🤣