Book:  The Hollow

Author: Kiersten Modglin

Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for an advanced audio copy.

Kiersten Modgllin has become an author that as soon as I see her name, I know I will be reading the book. The Hollow is one of her weaker ones for me but it was still an excellent story. 

The summary of the book talks about a love triangle and a murder. The murder is never solved and then years later the triangle is back together and another person goes missing. I was invested in that summary because I liked the mystery of the murder. The love triangle is the focal point of the story and the murder is almost like an afterthought. 

The love triangle is between Carmen and two brothers Jack and Dean. I did not connect with either Jack or Dean but I did like Carmen. She was haunted by the past and that’s what kept me going. It seemed the murder never fully came as the star and even when the resolution showed itself it didn’t seem like all that big of a reveal.

I love Modglin’s writing and I will continue to read everything she puts out. Personally, I felt this book just had a bit of an identity crisis. 

Final score: 3/5


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