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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1545427399
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- Publisher: Fallen Sorcery (April 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XNLKFMD
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Aisling is a witch who lives in a strange house referred to as the Hollow. It is caught on the edge of the fae and human worlds, and is being consumed by the void. Yeah, that's what I was talking about. When we first meet her she lives with her sister, but that doesn't last long and then she is alone in the house. If you can call it a house. Rooms appear and disappear, there is a permanent on-going storm in the back yard, and if that isn't bad enough, the void is taking over the dining room.
Niall is a fae who has the ability to see the magic in a person or object. As this magic is very important to existence in the fae world, this is a big plus. Few fae know that he can do this. He has been trained as a warrior and uses his ability to help the ruling fae collect the energy stores that witches have cached. He also occasionally steals an object for himself. Well, not exactly for himself. For his brother who is being held by another fae until a ransom is paid. Niall sees the chance to pay off the debt if he can just capture some of the magic stored in the Hollow.
When Niall knocks on the front door of the Hollow, he doesn't expect to see anyone in the house, much less the girl he has dreamed about since he was a child. He knows he has to get inside and meet her. Aisling can't believe her eyes when she sees the fae she has been dreaming about for years at her front door. She is even more astonished when the house actually lets him enter.
You will need to read the book to find out how these members of two species that hate each other, will get along when trapped together in the Hollow.
I received a copy of this book from the author. I am voluntarily writing this review.
Aisling is a witch, trapped for most of her life in the Hollow, magically enchanted house balancing on the edge between the Fae realm and the void where it was drawn after a nuclear war on Earth, when humans destroyed themselves and the Fae, desperate for collecting the remaining atern, pulled the remnants into their world. The magical house protects its inhabitants, creating and restructuring rooms, making some disappear and other reappear. One day, Niall the Fae knocks on her door and the house oddly lets him in. He shows Aisling what happiness means and how life could be. But he also follows his own goals, and the fae outside the walls are becoming greedy of the promise of power sourcing from the house..
I absolutely loved the world building. The Hollow is totally intriguing and awesome, and I would love to spend some time inside! Even if that meant rain pouring down on me during my sleep. It has such a great magical atmosphere the whole story was literally breathing with it, pulling the reader in, providing the sensation like Alice in Wonderland - you never knew what would happen next. Great tension, many twists, lots of drama and emotional strain, and great romance that sometimes caused me heartache.
I also loved the characters. There weren't many, but they were totally believable, complex, unique, with strong personalities clashing together in the string of events happening. I loved to observe how they reacted and slowly changed with the development. Aisling was a true warrior in her nature, though sweet, innocent and protective. And the conflict in Niall between his heart and his fae nature was escalating the drama the whole time.
Great read, and I would certainly recommend it! I received a complimentary copy from the author and voluntarily provide my honest review.
Aisling has lived in the Hollow since she was 5 years old, it's all she's really known. She watched her family slowing die, either protecting the house or consumed by the Void, which is slowing taking more and more of her world every day. She's to the point, where she's created a boy in her dreams to fulfill the need for human contact, outside her older sister, the only family she has left. That is until the house takes her too.
Niall is a Fae, a hunter. He finds magic, slaves (witches) and the objects they imbue with their magic, or atern. He's lost a lot to the Hollow as well, including his father. He's unusual for a Fae, in the fact he feels guilt. He's trying to dig what's left of his family out of an impossible hole and decides the only way to do that is take the magic from the Hollow. Much to his surprise, what awaits him at the Hollow is nothing like what he expected, except maybe in his wildest dreams.
Holmes' characters are so easy to fall in love with. They are so easy to relate to. She's created enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes and wondering what's around the next corner. Kinda like wandering through the Hollows itself.