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The Hollow: Number 2 in series (Sign of Seven Trilogy) by [Roberts, Nora]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews

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You can't bottle wish fulfillment, but Nora Roberts certainly knows how to put it on the page (NEW YORK TIMES)

John Grisham step aside. Stephen King eat your heart out. Nora Robert s' passion filled novels generate the book world's steamiest sales ... If you don't know who Nora Roberts is, then you haven't been paying attention (MORE)

The most successful novelist on Planet Earth (WASHINGTON POST)

women are addicted to her contemporary novels as chocoholics are to Godiva ... Roberts is a superstar (NEW YORK TIMES)

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You can't bottle wish fulfillment, but Nora Roberts certainly knows how to put it on the page NEW YORK TIMES John Grisham step aside. Stephen King eat your heart out. Nora Robert s' passion filled novels generate the book world's steamiest sales ... If you don't know who Nora Roberts is, then you haven't been paying attention MORE The most successful novelist on Planet Earth WASHINGTON POST women are addicted to her contemporary novels as chocoholics are to Godiva ... Roberts is a superstar NEW YORK TIMES

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 851 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (2 Oct. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002TZ3DDA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,532 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I found this book on a bookshelf where we were holidaying in Spain. Read the first one and thoroughly enjoyed it. Have now bought the other two for my Kindle and when I have finished my current book will read the next two. Good reads.
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Thoroughly enjoyed the book and as I have said countless times before Nora Roberts trilogies are brilliant. Especially the supernatural ones such as the sign of seven trilogy. A really good book to read
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By M. J. Saxton VINE VOICE on 29 Aug. 2014
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This second book in the Sign of Seven trilogy focuses on Fox and Layla – the lawyer and the fashion salesgirl. Their special little power is to be sensitive to feelings and thoughts in the present and they sure need it as the intrepid six pursue the demon that was Lazarus Twisse.

Unlike many sequel books this one loses none of the tension of the first and doesn’t feel like a time-wasting bridge between the first and third books. It has its share of nasty moments and, yes, they are getting more chilling as the demon gains power.

Of course there is the developing of the relationship between Fox and Layla as we had between Quinn and Cal in the last book. This is where Roberts falls down slightly because this relationship is almost a replay of the last, with the same uncertainties, tempers and temptation finally leading to the odd sexy scene which is just enough, but not squirmingly too much for this kind of book.

We learn a lot more about families and how the town blocks out the violent and deadly seven year curse between times. The town and its people are portrayed with a conviction that brings them clearly off the page.

There is a nice little twist in the story of Fox’s former lover and a great climax that bodes well for the third book.
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If you enjoy reading as I do you will love these trilogies. I am on the third book Pagan Stone which is so good although I must admit a little scary at times! Makes you jump still can read it at night in bed - no bad dreams thank goodness!!!
There are at least 130 novels written by Nora Roberts so it will take you sometime to read them all - These are so worth reading
if this suits your reading style. Have a wonderful time as I do
reading her novels especially the trilogies.
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This, along with the Blood Brothers are the 1st books I've picked up by Nora Roberts and my honest opinion is WHY? I found I couldn't put them down, usually I take approx 1wk per book, read both of these within this time limit, I just can't wait for part 3. I'm not a hardened thriller reader and I suspect if you are, these are light reading for you, however I found myself absorbed and there is a love story thrown in for good measure. Excellent.
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I have to be honest, I felt the first part of this trilogy fell a little flat in places, but once I start a Nora Roberts saga, I generally finish it, regardless. I'm happy to say that this one was much better than part one, but I will caution that these books have to be read in order. There's a bit of a recap in this story as to what's happened previously, but it's not overly complex; if you're starting this series from book two, you may find yourself a little bit confused- there's a few characters kicking about and their relationships are all intermingled, so you need to read the first part to find out how they got established.

The first book `Blood Brothers' saw the setting of the scene, the back story if you will, for the evil, unspeakable events that take place on the seventh day of the seventh month, every seven years in a small town in the United States, Hawkins Hollow. This evil was accidentally unleashed by three ten-year-old boys, boys who are now men, who feel a responsibility for protecting their town and everyone in it against the madness that ensues. The book also saw the establishing of the first romantic relationship of the trilogy- between Cal Hawkins (one of the descendents of the towns founders) and Quinn Black. There is a brief recap of events, but it is not overly complex, which I found good to be honest- this book gets straight to the action, following on immediately from part one- all the more reason to read them in order.

This book focuses on lawyer Fox O'Dell and newcomer Layla, who was drawn to Hawkins Hollow after having strange dreams about it. Together, she and Fox share a connection, one that may save the town from the clutches of its nightmare. Will this year be the year that the events of The Seven finally come to an end?
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This is a fantastic follow on from blood brothers and was consumed in one night. Ms Roberts is a genius at trilogy's and this part concers Fox and Layla, as well as giving more insight into Gage and Cybil who will complete the trilogy in December. As always her dialoque between the characters will have you laughing one moment and swollowing a lumb in your throught the next, and as the six try desperately to defeat the evil, MS Roberts builds up the tension expertly that before you are aware of it, you are at the edge of your seat. My only question, Why make us wait till December till the end?
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This book was a bit of a disappointment to me. I can't deny it wasn't well written because it was but I felt a little like I had been duped, because the plot seemed very similar to the first book in the series, Blood Brothers which I loved to bits.
The story returns to Hawkins Hollow after the newly formed group of six had won their first battle with the darkness that haunts the town every seven years. In the first book, I was thrilled to read that Caleb had fallen for the feisty investigative reporter Quinn. In this book, it felt a little déjà vu as Caleb's friend Fox, began to fall in love with Layla, Quinn's friend. Shall we take bets on what will happen in the third book with the last two members of the group?
As much as I wanted to see all six become three loving couples, it felt too predictable, way too obvious to the story. So I found it difficult to work my way through it without gritting my teeth in annoyance.
The plot didn't seem to advance that much further than the last book which I found disappointing. At the end of this book, they face the darkness yet again in a similar way, showing the action culminating in the last couple of chapters.
As I said earlier, I felt duped, as though the wool had been pulled over my eyes and that I wouldn't realise it would have been easier to combine the stories from all three books into one which would have made it a much sharper, more action packed thriller.
This is only the second book that I have read by Nora Roberts and to be honest, I am now not sure I want to read more. As much as I love the characters and the town, I'm not sure if I feel compelled enough to finish the series.
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