Hollowland (The Hollows, #1)
Pages no: 306
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
I was pleasantly surprised with this book. Over a year ago, I read Hocking’s Switched, which I enjoyed, but Hollowland was a step beyond on the enjoyment level. Hocking’s Hollowland was simply a great novel for its zombies, characters, and the world built inside it’s pages.One thing I really liked a...
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This book was alright. I honestly did like it but the book also bothered me.There was a lot of misspellings that should not have been misspelled, they could be easily spotted when editing the book. Why they weren't fixed, I don't know. And the protagonist, Remy King, seemed to me to have no flaws. A...
It is a shame that I can't give this book more than a 3 out of 5, but while the premise was there, the characters were all over the place. It wasn't even that I didn't like Remy, I did, but it just seemed all so far-fetched. That could have worked, but the rest of the story wanted to drag you in the...
For this review and more visit my blog Hollowland is one of the more ‘out there’ books I have read this year, it really was quite bizarre but it was also incredibly entertaining. It has to be one of the most graphic YA zombie book I have read (it was also graphic in other ways mainly sex) it start...