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Pale Demon – The Hollows #9

21 Mar

There have been some good books in this series, some not so good too, but the good far outweighs the bad.  I had heard good things about Pale Demon, but after not liking book 7 very much I wasn’t sure what to expect.  This was by far the best in the series so far, I absolutely loved it, devoured it in one day.  The last couple of chapters still have me squealing.

Rachel has been shunned by her own kind, not only shunned but the governing body is out to get her rather than going through the trouble of giving her a fair trial.  Being shunned means that no one will interact with her, and as if her life wasn’t already hard enough, simple thing like buying groceries, or taking a plane trip become impossible.  She has three days to make it cross country to her trial and get the shunning removed, or this would be her permanent new reality.

By some odd coincidence, Trent also has only 2 days to make it the same distance and after a lot of back and forth Rachel agrees to accompany him, by car.  Of course Jenks and Ivy are along for the ride.  It’s the great American road trip, Inderland style.  Dodging the coven, and Trent’s helpful contributions make things very interesting.

There were some fabulous moments in this book, a ton of action, a lot of ‘Holy Crap,’ as usual, and a tiny bit of romance there at the end.  Finally.  Can’t wait to see where it goes!  I am so glad I don’t have to wait for the next book

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Posted by on March 21, 2012 in Book Reviews

 

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2 responses to “Pale Demon – The Hollows #9

  1. iulialesleybooks

    March 21, 2012 at 7:58 am

    This is the book I bought at the airport two weeks ago without knowing which book in the series it was. It was an impulse buy, but I’m glad I bought it because I wanted to read the Hollows for some time.
    Can I read this without having read the other books in the series or do I need to start from the beginning?

     
    • Adventures in Miscellany

      March 21, 2012 at 8:06 am

      Oh you definitely need to start at the begining. You won’t have a clue what’s going on if you start here, and you’ll ruin the begining books for yourself. Let me know when you get to them, and how you like them!

       

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