» Hollowland, Amanda Hocking

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Hollowland, Amanda HockingHollowland by Amanda Hocking
Published by CreateSpace on 2011
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 312
Format: eBook
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3.5 Stars

Hollowland - the first book in the young adult dystopian series The Hollows...

My Thoughts
Green swirlsI think Amanda Hocking is amazing!  I flew through her first two series and can’t wait for more.  I finished off by reading Hollowland, which for me wasn’t as good as the Trylle series or the My Blood Approves series but yet still very well written.  The zombies just isn’t my thing so it took me a bit to get into it, but… once I did, I couldn’t put it down either.   So now I’m a zombie fan I guess.  No, correction…. I am an Amanda Hocking fan!  Love the characters.  Love the storylines.  Love Amanda.
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Not too Shabby Pretty Good

About Amanda Hocking

I live in Minnesota, and I write young adult paranormal romance and urban fantasy mostly. The My Blood Approves series is about vampires in Minneapolis, and its available now. I also wrote the Trylle Trilogy, which is a paranormal romance without vampires, shifters, mermaids, fae, angels, dragons, ghosts, or ninjas.

My latest book is Hollowland – a zombie urban fantasy set in the dystopian near future. It’s a bit more violent and gritter than my other books, but there is still romance. Mostly though, Remy kicks a lot of butt.

I also enjoy Red Bull, Jim Henson, Batman, Jane Austen, Star Wars legos, and I absolutely hate long walks on the beach out of my intense fear/hatred of wet sand

My favorite authors are Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Palahniuk, Bret Easton Ellis, Alan Moore, and J. D. Salinger, but I don’t write anything like them. I have an obsession with River Phoenix, and I’ve seen Silence of the Lambs more than any other movie, even The Dark Knight. If I were trapped on a deserted island, the one thing I’d take with me would be a boat capable for taking me home.

I’m also the guitarist in a band called the Fraggin Aardvarks, and even though its even twice as cool as it sounds, we haven’t had a practice in like two years, so I’m not sure that technically we are still a band. But we never broke up, and it’s an awesome thing to tell people, so I’m sticking with it. (We even had a synethesizer!)

Paw prings

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