A Hollow in the Hills

Publisher: The O’Brien Press

Review

Izzy, who is only just getting used to her new powers, must try to stop a war breaking out that will consume Dublin and the fae realm of Dubh Linn. But she is not prepared to sacrifice Jinx: fae warrior and someone she deeply cares for.

Hunted into the hills, she encounters an angel of death - but the price he demands for his help may be too high…

This is a beautifully crafted grown-up fairy tale. It effortlessly blends Irish mythology, romance and the supernatural, against real life and believable settings.

The sequel to A Crack in Everything, it is full of twists and turns and the unexpected. An accomplished and gripping read.

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