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Deep in the Hollow by [Nacole, Brandy]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3258 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ponahakeola Press; First edition (29 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014U7BMU0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,651,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

It was my first book by Brandy and boy did I enjoyed it! Just WOW! I loved this story! Fast paced, mysterious, with awesome guy and strong heroine.

Jo, a young girl, who is blamed by almost everyone around her for a death of her boyfriend even though she tried to explain that it was not her fault. Nobody believes her and nobody can see the mysterious way the accident happened. She almost gave up on fighting with them, but another accident happened in the same place. Not until the new boy who just moved in befriends her, she sees that what she thought was an accident goes beyond anyone's imagination.

I liked the story as the story is well written, the writing is perfect and characters are well developed.

5 heavenly stars from me!

I will definitely pick more books by Brandy! <3
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I enjoyed this well-written, fast-paced book, and found it hard to put down.
The story is interesting with a few twists and has a new take on old legends and evil spirits.
The main characters were well developed and took you along with them as they battled the evil in their town.

This book has been a great introduction to ​new-to-me author, Brandy Nacole and I will be reading more of her books in the future.

The author gave me an ARC of Deep in the Hollow in exchange for an honest review.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e959e10) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
HASH(0x8ebf1c90) out of 5 stars Loved the protagonist and the story 15 Jan. 2016
By Elena Linville - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Apart from a few little gripes about the last part of the story, I really loved this book.

Jo is a typical teenager faced with very untypical circumstances. A year ago she witnessed the death of her boyfriend Bryce and the circumstances were less than ordinary. Something attacked them at the overlook and pushed Bryce over the stone wall and into the hollow. Problem is, nobody believes her. In fact, everyone in the little town seems to think that she killed her boyfriend. So Jo turned from the leader of the cheering squad and popular girl into the school pariah. Only Jo isn't as crazy as everyone thinks, and monsters do exist. And this one isn't done with her yet…

I loved Jo. She has a very distinct voice and is a very interesting and believable character. How do you deal with a tragedy like that when you are barely 18 and struggling with your life as it is? She has PTSD and survivor guilt, and recurring nightmares of the thing that attacked her and Bryce that fateful night. So much so that she's almost persuaded herself that she is slowly going crazy.

And it doesn't help that the police thinks she's guilty, and that everyone in school think the same. Even her parents bailed and left town, abandoning her with her older brother. Her brother tries to help, but the big problem is that he doesn’t believe her when she says there's a monster haunting her dreams and think that it's all due to depression.

How do you cope with that and not break? How do you keep on living when everyone around you would rather wish you slunk away and quietly died somewhere out of sight? Even adults would crack under that pressure. So I really admire Jo for hanging on in there and for finding the courage to do what's right when the truth comes to light.

All these trials have made her cynical, with a rather gloomy outlook at life, but she still possesses a wry sense of humor that gives us a glimpse of the firecracker she used to be before tragedy ripped her life apart.

The story itself is suspenseful and interesting as well. I love the way it deals with difficult themes like loss and grief and the need to move on (and the guilt that arises when you are starting to move on). I liked how the author managed to show the stifling atmosphere of a little town where everybody knows everybody and rumors spread at the speed of sound. And where deep dark secrets are kept from generation to generation.


The gripe I had mentioned earlier has to do with the coven that comes into the limelight in the last part of the book. First, it felt like it popped into existence almost out of nowhere. Second, the members of the coven were way too bat s*** crazy to be believable. I mean how can they function and appear normal in everyday life when they fly off the handle like it was depicted in the scene on the overlook?

But apart from that, it was a very enjoyable read, and I would love to see this book turned into a series.

PS. I received an advanced reader's copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.
HASH(0x8eb10810) out of 5 stars A very suspenseful book of 'what the heck is going on!?!?!?!' 7 Dec. 2015
By Dana Busenbark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book was nothing like I had thought it would be. It was better. You start out with Jo, knowing something happened to her, but not understanding or knowing what. Then, as you start to get into the book, you realize her boyfriend is dead. What happened? Why is everyone blaming her, including herself? How did he die? What is going on in her town? We don't get to the crux of how her boyfriend Bryce died until about 1/4 of the way into the book. Then, you can see why she blames herself, and why others blame her. Weird things happened that night and are still happening. What happens when there is a memorial party where Bryce died, put on by his brother and Jo is not invited but goes anyway? What happens when there is another death there? Who was it, and why did that person die? What happened that night when Jo was there with her best friend Millie, who went to help make sure she was safe? Who is Cooper? Why did he move there? What is he? We learn about the nukpana, what it is and why it is there. We learn more about Jo's family history. When Cooper and Jo research some old town newspapers, what do they find and who do they go see? What does this person tell them? When Jo finally decides to face her brother Tyler, best friend Millie and Bryce's brother Kirk with what has been going on and what she discovered with Cooper's help, his sister Jada is there as well. Can Jo convince her brother she is not crazy? Can they find out who the nukpana is and if there is a coven in the area nearby worshipping it? This was a very interesting book and I hope that there will be another in the future to continue this story line of these people.

HASH(0x8ed72144) out of 5 stars I hope that there is more to come 30 Sept. 2015
By Book Banshee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
*I received a copy of Deep in the Hollow in exchange for an honest review*
This was a 3.5 scream (star) review.

I devoured this book in one day, the dishes went undone and I nearly missed a meeting. All because I wanted to keep reading, I wanted to uncover the mystery that laid Deep in the Hollow. And why the main character, Jo, was so closed off.

Brandy Nacole has a knack for pacing and intrigue; she writes in a manner that pulls you forward into the story and before you know it it is 1:00AM and your eyes are bloodshot.

I do have to say, that based on the ARC copy provided for this review, I was disappointed with the number of things that were overlooked in editing, but at the same time reading a book in the Paranormal Fantasy genre was a breath of fresh air.

I would venture to say Deep in the Hollow is a suitable read for Young Adults, more of the story revolves around, well, the story. The romances that built up were not the main focus and took place in the background, and I was left screaming (in my head) "Oh just kiss already!" I was relieved that the author stayed on course with the story and didn't detour on the plot-line she had been building.

Deep in the Hollow is written in first person, present tense; typically this style doesn't fit my fancy. Yes, I just said that, but I enjoyed this writing style.

I haven't had the chance to read any of Brandy Nacole's previous works, so I am unsure if Jo's mannerisms reflect those of the writer's voice. In either case it worked well. Jo's southern (for lack of remembering the word I intended to use) way of talking and phrases definitely brought forth a lot of character.

I hope that there is more to come and that this is just the beginning of a series.
HASH(0x8e862edc) out of 5 stars Will she realize she's okay 19 Jan. 2016
By Bella's blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Book Review For **Deep In The Hollow**By Brandy Nacole ** This was my first time reading anything by Brandy Nacole and I thoroughly enjoyed this fast -paced story.The author has given us the readers a mysterious suspense with some splendid guy and beautiful strong young heroine. This author has such a word of pulling you in and holding you among the pages and keeping you there from start to finish . This story is mainly centered around young Jo .a poor teenager who has seen horrible things as a child, that no child should never see. But her brother Tyler ,and friends Millie and Kirk are trying so hard to help her to maintain some resemblance of normality .But poor Jo sees things she just can't explains and this horrifies her so much. Then there's Cooper and he very irritating at first, but some now that helps Jo in more than one way.He clarity's what's going on and what she' seeing ,instructs her to fight. We have so much going on in this story that it keeps you from getting bored. Well reading this story I find myself laughing out loud and then the next moment I had tears .I could go on and tell you much more about this great story ,but that would spoil this story for you. I highly recommend that you read this story ,because you won't be disappointed.
HASH(0x8e864138) out of 5 stars I REALLY hope there's a follow up! Loved this 16 Jan. 2016
By Kari N. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This surprised me by being a really good read. It took a little bit to get into it, and it was a little confusing at first, but it all came together not too far into it & it kept my attention. The story centers on Jo, a teenager who's seen horrors a kid should never see. Her friends Millie, Kirk, and her brother Tyler are trying to help her maintain some semblance of normalcy. But she's seen things she can't explain that terrify her. Enter Cooper, an annoyance at first, that helps Jo in more ways than one. He explains what she's seeing. Why it's there. Teaches her to fight it. You have so much going on in this short-ish read that you're not bored. You have your laugh out loud moments (I LOVE Jo's attitude!), your whoa moments, and tears. Oh yes, there are tears. I love how the characters come alive & become real. I *really* hope there's a follow-up book, cause this was really good. And the ending left you wanting more. I want to know what happens in Louisiana! So all in all, a little bit slow to start with, but it picks up & keeps your attention. Once it picks up, it's fast paced and really throws some curveballs on what you think is going to happen.
*Disclaimer: I received this book free in exchange for my honest review.*
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