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The Hallow - Keith Deininger
The Hallow
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When James and his roommate Vance stumble home drunk, they find a young woman lying on their couch. Without a word, she walks into James’s room, lies down on his bed, and dies. After that, nothing is the same. The streets, James discovers on his walks to and from the grocery store, are forlorn... show more
When James and his roommate Vance stumble home drunk, they find a young woman lying on their couch. Without a word, she walks into James’s room, lies down on his bed, and dies. After that, nothing is the same.

The streets, James discovers on his walks to and from the grocery store, are forlorn and empty.

His roommate, despite his loud and reckless nature, begins spending an unusual amount of time in his room with the door locked, strange shuffling sounds coming from within.

And his new girlfriend, the cute and free-spirited Allie, may know more about what’s happening than she lets on, and she’s about to take James on a surreal, drug-fueled journey to see the Hallow…and the horrors it has unleashed…
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00QVT7AKC
Publisher: DarkFuse
Pages no: 54
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
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IntoTheMacabre
IntoTheMacabre rated it
2.5 The Hallow - Keith Deininger
I purposely waited a couple of days to review Keith Deininger's The Hallow. I wanted what I had just read to sink in; to chew on it and roll it around. The Hallow is a trippy, drug-induced journey into the life of James after his car breaks down and he has to resort to walking everywhere. He begins ...
Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it
4.5 The Hallow
I received an E-arc from Darkfuse Publishing in exchange for an honest review. James comes home drunk one night and finds a woman in his house, she goes through to his bedroom and dies shortly after they discover her. Once they get rid of her body, James starts to notice odd changes to his neighbo...
Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it
4.0 Review of The Hallow by Keith Deininger
The Hallow by Keith Deininger is another trippy adventure from an author who should never do drugs, because he's already really far out there. One mushroom trip away from psychosis, The Hallow is a novella that I could read half a dozen times, enjoy every one of them, and still not be entirely certa...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it
3.0 The Hallow
Take James, Allie, Vance, and a mysterious dead girl, pop a few mouthfuls of magic mushrooms and wash it all own with a half dozen tequila shots and what you have is The Hallow by Keith Deininger. This is a trippy ride. It could be a ghost story, or a mystery, or it could just be the mushrooms. Ther...
From Dark Places
From Dark Places rated it
4.5 The Hallow by Keith Deininger
Keith Deininger writes some seriously trippy fiction, if he doesn't live in the smoky confines of a wigwam in a hippy commune then he really ought to consider moving. The Hallow is a cracking novella, full of intrigue, magic mushrooms and to be honest, even if I read it again, I still don't think ...
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