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The Hollows

By: Daniel Church
Narrated by: Gloria Sanders
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Summary

In a lonely village in the Peak District, during the onset of a once-in-a-lifetime snow storm, Constable Ellie Cheetham finds a body. The man, a local ne'er-do-well, appears to have died in a tragic accident: he drank too much and froze to death. But the facts don't add up: the dead man is clutching a knife in one hand, and there's evidence he was hiding from someone. Stranger still, an odd mark has been drawn onto a stone beside his body.

The next victims are two families on the outskirts of town. As the storm rises and the body count grows, Ellie realises she has a terrifying problem on her hands: someone - or some thing - is killing indiscriminately, using the storm for cover. The killer is circling ever closer to the village. The storm's getting worse...and the power's just gone out.

©2022 Daniel Church (P)2023 Isis Audio

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fantastic premise, well written action but....

didn't stick the finish. would have preferred a lean into the folk horror stuff more. the monsters weren't compelling enough to be in the fore so much.

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Great premise but bad and predictable execution

Strong start but a mix of forgettable characters and showing the creatures early on, removing all suspense killed it for me. Forced myself to finish.
Had one good quote at least: "The world couldn't be too terrible, it had dogs in it."

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This story is full of dread, humour and incredible depth. It takes it time and ventures from a slow burn thriller into a full blown horror story of old gods and monsters. I loved all the characters (well, the good guy ones) and you can really immerse yourself in them and their world. 5/5.

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