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Hollow author Rhonda Parrish review í eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê A car accident shattered sixteen year old Morgan's family Now her brother’s dead her mom's paralyzed in ways than one her dad lives at work and her seven year old sister Amy tries too freaking hard to salvage everything What’s high school is its own special kA car accident shattered sixteen year old Morgan's family Now her brother’s dead her mom's paralyzed in ways than one her dad lives at work and her seven year old sister Amy tries too freaking hard to salvage everything What’s high school is its own special kind of hell where her ex boyfriend delights in sp. Bizarre It's like Alice in Wonderland meets The Crow I don't consider this book anywhere close to being a horror story It was just a peculiar and painfully slow read The excitement doesn't start until you are a little past the 33% mark; and it's not muchI didn't get how the camera fit into the story let alone the magpie I mean how did the camera get possessed or imbued with evil What did the magpie signifyThere were some humorous moments and that broke up the monotony Overall a somewhat decent bookRating it two stars it was okay Thank you to NetGalley for having this book available to read

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Reading rumors that shred her reputation and make her feel like a loserWhen she finds an old camera in a creepy abandoned hospital it seems like her luck is finally changing And it is changing from bad to worse Because of course it is Each time Morgan photographs one of her classmates they become corrupted vers. I love a good horror read that’s builds suspense as the story evolves This is one of those stories Plus Brilliantly written this story increases the tension and the horror chapter by chapter never allowing the reader one iota of the finale And what a finale Five ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars for a chilling read

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Hollow author Rhonda ParriIons of themselves It's like the camera steals their goodness their essence and leaves them hollowThen her sister uses the camera to take a selfie No matter what the cost Morgan will find a way to reverse the effects of the cursed camera and save Amy before her already fractured family completely self destructs. I'm not sure which is horrific high school or the supernatural horror that manifests from a creepy abandoned hospital Fortunately Rhonda Parrish nails both in her young adult novel Hollow This book is deep It's scary It makes me mad at times IT IS SO GOOD I first read it years ago as a draft and it was wonderful to read it again in published formThe premise is this Morgan is a teenage girl Her family has been shattered by a horrible car accident that killed her brother and paralyzed her mother Morgan is dodging an abusive ex who took than her heart She's dealing with high school and all the gossip and crap there on a daily basis As if that isn't bad enough when she hides inside the creepy abandoned hospital in her neighborhood she finds an old camera As an avid photographer she can't help but start using it When her photographic subjects change in terrible ways she realizes she's not simply taking people's pictures but something far importantAs dark as the book can be I really appreciated the overall message of empowerment and hope Life sucks yes but you have friends and family and you can get by That seems poignant these days than ever before