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The Good, the Bad, and the Undead (Hollows Series #2)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Kim Harrison Created another Thrilling book

As a sequal, this one picked right up where the last left off. The chacters are all here for the next chapter of this thriling series. I finally figured out Trent before the book told me. I still am working on some of the questions. Like- Why is Tent scared of Rachel? W...
As a sequal, this one picked right up where the last left off. The chacters are all here for the next chapter of this thriling series. I finally figured out Trent before the book told me. I still am working on some of the questions. Like- Why is Tent scared of Rachel? Who is Nick really? And what is on the agenda next for Ivy? On my way to Barnes and Nobel to get the third book.

Even my son is liking this series!

If you are up for a great thriller, mystery and a funny book (Jenks is a hoot!) this is the series for you! Don't just take my word, read the first one and get hooked like I did.

Looking for another easy series to get caught up in? Try Marked or Twilight. They both are great, nonstop intrigue and fun, just can't seem to put them down.

posted by kimtiffani on June 8, 2009

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Clothing descriptions... AAAAHHHH!!!!

Okay so obviously this book answers a lot of unanswered questions from the first one and leaving a bit open for the next book. But I swear it aggravated me to no end that every five pages or so this author has to describe what people are wearing, like this is a fashion...
Okay so obviously this book answers a lot of unanswered questions from the first one and leaving a bit open for the next book. But I swear it aggravated me to no end that every five pages or so this author has to describe what people are wearing, like this is a fashion show and I need a play by play... It was almost so bad that it seemed like it was just filler to make the book longer than it actually needed to be. If you can get past all that, the story is interesting and as always Ivy and Jenks are probably the best part of this ongoing series. Rachel unfortunately is still really boring to me. Meh, I'll start in on the next book in a little while... think I need a break from the series right now.

posted by danBOOKe on August 19, 2010

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  • Posted August 19, 2010

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    Clothing descriptions... AAAAHHHH!!!!

    Okay so obviously this book answers a lot of unanswered questions from the first one and leaving a bit open for the next book. But I swear it aggravated me to no end that every five pages or so this author has to describe what people are wearing, like this is a fashion show and I need a play by play... It was almost so bad that it seemed like it was just filler to make the book longer than it actually needed to be. If you can get past all that, the story is interesting and as always Ivy and Jenks are probably the best part of this ongoing series. Rachel unfortunately is still really boring to me. Meh, I'll start in on the next book in a little while... think I need a break from the series right now.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 13, 2014

    What?

    I dont get it she witneses a guy murder some one in the first book and hates his guts but by the end of this book she is cozying up to him ? Kj

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  • Posted October 5, 2010

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    Took a while, but worth the read

    I will be honest, it took me a while to get through this book. I really like the way Kim Harrison writes, I love the world of the series, and the characters are great, but she can be very frustrating! This book had more sex in it, which I liked. I do wish she would make Rachel stronger that she does. Rachel doesnt need someone to save her all the time, she is a WITCH! She should be strong and powerful. No spoilers, but for you who have been dying to know just what/who Trent is, they tell you in this book! YAY! I really want Trent and Rachel to be together. They would make a great couple. I have the next book on the way, I will read the rest of the series.

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  • Posted March 28, 2010

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    Ms. Harrison needs a new editor

    This is my second book by this author. While I love the story and characters, the one thing that may turn me off of reading this series is the constant and irritating contextual spelling errors in this book. The main character is constantly "stealing" herself against shocking things, instead of "steeling" herself, which is the correct spelling in that context, as in making yourself as tough as steel to withstand an impact. "Hollowed" ground is exchanged for "hallowed" ground at least once, though it is occasionally spelled correctly. There are other similar mistakes, but the "stealing" one has been in this particular book three times already and I'm only halfway through, so it sticks in my mind.

    Some people won't care. Some people won't even know it's a mistake. But if you do care about spelling and the state of the written language, then steel yourself before reading this book. It happens frequently.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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