Hollowmen

Hollowmen

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by Amanda Hocking, Eileen Stevens
     
 

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Hollowmen—the sequel to Hollowland.…

After six months in the quarantine, Remy finds out things are much worse than she feared. Her plans to escape come with a heavy cost, and she realizes that zombies aren't the worst of her problems.

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Hollowmen—the sequel to Hollowland.…

After six months in the quarantine, Remy finds out things are much worse than she feared. Her plans to escape come with a heavy cost, and she realizes that zombies aren't the worst of her problems.

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ISBN-13:
9781501264054
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
06/23/2015
Series:
Hollows Series, #2
Edition description:
Unabridged
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
15 - 17 Years

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Hollowmen (The Hollows #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 428 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The FIRST book was just so simply amazing. Action packed, and intense, and light when needed, and romantic, and just so badass, and LONG, like 600 pages long. It was written well and the details during the fights, evrything was so vivid and clear, and the plot overall was so INTENSE! But THIS BOOK. Ugh. I feel like Ms. Hocking was trying to hard to out do herself, or possibly recreate her magic like the first time around. This book was so short... On my color it said over 1400 pages, and I freaked oit, but really, its barely 200 proably less. Too fast of a read, I finished it in an afternoon. And the plot was kinda all over the place, like she couldn't figure out what she wanted to happen, and so many good characters got killed off.... ugh I do like Boden though, but Remy and his romance just was thrown together, they did it and thats it. BOOM! Love outta nowhere. Just like what happened with Lazlo, hope this one doesnt end up the same way. I was just looking forward to this for months, and it just left me cold, cold as the Canada snow. But don't get me wrong, I love all of Hockings other books. I just hope the third book will be more like the first one.
jgoehl More than 1 year ago
Ok,wow, I'm not sure where to start, to be honest. I have been waiting since February, when I finished Hollowland, for this book to be out. I've been very busy with my review blog and life so I hadn't been stalking Amanda's blog for information like usual. I was surprised when I saw a Facebook post that it was available. It was an easy read, I breezed right through it. When I got to the end I thought "Wait..What? That's it?" It seemed like such a short read. This book picks up with Remy at the quarantine and what she had been through to get to the quarantine seemed like a walk in the park compared to what she is and has been going through. Because she is immune to the virus, the doctors have been using her as their lab rat to find out why and more about the virus. I have a pretty strong stomach but I even cringed a little at parts. One minute she is laying on a cold steel table being cut open and the next the alarms are blaring and she is left alone. After finding her way out of her predictable, as only Remy can, she meets up with others that were left behind and they all start off to the north, where it is colder and hopefully zombie-less. Remy is also hoping to find her brother along the way. During their travels and struggle for survival, their group gains some members...and looses some members. Overall I enjoyed this sequal, it was fast paced kept me wanting to read more. I enjoyed the ending (which I'm not going to discuss as don't spoil it for those who haven't read it yet). BUT, I could not give it 5 stars for the fact that by now, as popular and "big" as Amanda Hocking has become, I would of expected one, maybe two, grammatical errors. Things like pick tables instead of picnic tables or words missing to make a complete sentence (usually of or an) meant the difference between that last star to me, as I take grammar and spelling into consideration when writing my reviews. I know no one is perfect but the errors were little ones that should of been caught. I'm not sure if there will be another book in the series or not and I'm not sure where it would go after the ending of Hollowmen. All that said, I would recommend Hollowmen, or any of Amanda's books for that matter, and would like to read both books in this series again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is there some reason her books are never formatted well? No chapter index. Pages never numbered correctly. Spelling errors...no cover image?? Should be free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good easy read and I did like it. However I felt the ending was rushed a bit. I REALLY wish Lazlo had been brought back into it for more than one page but I like Boden as well. I just wanted to see her and Lazlo end up together. Like a few others mentioned there were spelling and grammar errors sprinkled throughout that were a bit distracting but not enough for me to stop reading. I am not sure if there is going to be a third book but I hope there is. I would love to know what happens to Remy and Max as well as her relationship with both Boden and Lazlo. Also what happens to America and the zombie population. Overall I would recommend Hollowmen and the preceding book Hollowland. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I feel like i have been waiting forever for this book, but it was a big letdown. No story development, lackluster action...blah.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is worthless. It was all so rushed and horrible. And she made it seem like remy is a whore! She slep with one guy in the previous book and then had her fall in 'love' with another guy the first chance she gets! Come on, have some self respect.... none of her other books are like this, and im glad. It sucked.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No lazlo?! I thought he might pop up in the end of the book in a big battle seen looking all horoic killing all of the zombies him self (with a gun) then runing up to remy and kissing her and then the book would end and have a part two But that never happened -_- Insted remy ends up with that guy whs name starts with a "B" And the only reason shes with him is because he "saved" her from being raped...ok heres a seceret... he just walked into the room and chased the guy out of the room tords a zombie Yeah...thats horoic-_-
AngelaCC More than 1 year ago
This book was so great and totally worth waiting for!! I bought it and read it immediately! If you loved the first one, the sequel is equally as great. A bit more graphic, but wonderful all the same. Amanda is a great writer!!!
Books4Tomorrow More than 1 year ago
I wasn’t even five pages into the story yet, and already I had a gazillion questions. In the first chapter they operated on Remy, sliced her open and left her that way when an alarm went off signaling the compound is being attacked by zombies. My first question was: if Remy and her little brother, Max, are the only ones resistant to the virus, why would the scientists treat her like “just” a specimen (and not a “valuable” specimen), and why would the surgeons leave her abdomen cut open when they flee the operating room and not take their valuable specimen with them? Why would they perform surgeries on her without giving her an anesthetic if there’s a possibility their only specimen can die during the operation? How does she manage to not pass out while freeing herself from her constraints and with blood gushing from an abdominal incision? And guess what she’s worried about? Attracting zombies; not dying from the blood loss. This is where I realized that in order to enjoy this story by one of my favorite authors, I’ll have to throw all logic out the window and just try and enjoy it for what it is. Disappointingly, it wasn’t nearly as terrific as the previous book, Hollowland.   The best part of the story was meeting up again with Ripley, Remy’s lion, but the rest of it was anticlimactic and a letdown from the book-high on which Hollowland had left me. It wasn’t nearly as suspenseful or exciting as the first book. Remy came across as cold, distant and selfish and felt like a separate character from the one she was in Hollowland. The rest of the characters had small parts and none of them had any impact on me. The story moves slowly, emotional scenes are drawn out and the action scenes were few and far apart. Overall it was an okay-ish story and I’m happy the author ended the story with this book and didn’t drag it out into a third book. Of course, Hocking is still my favorite author as she made a magnificent impact on me with Hollowland and I’m looking forward to reading more of her books, but she should’ve written Hollowland as a stand-alone. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished the book and i am so mad! The book was good but the ending i really hated total cliffhanger! I really hope amanda hawkins makes a third one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this series. There needs to be a third installment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amanda hocking bascicslly killed all the characters in the first book or made them disappear. Boden is not the same as Lazlo. I am very disappointed!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a great book. Have to say a little disappointed, I love romantic action books. This had it but, I was rooting the previous guy( Lazlo). Overall it was GREAT! Can't wait for the third book Thank you Amanda Hocking for your amazing books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow theres a lot of disapointment with this book , is it really that bad ? Like it dont even have a cover page
juliesvoice More than 1 year ago
It could have had potential as a good story. Anticlimatic and just like the 1st book in the series. Underdeveloped and read pretty much like a poorly developed Sci-Fi movie script. I only finished it because I am compelled to finish a series when I start it. Only good thing, it was very quick to get through.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to get this book. When it began I knew it would be a good book! Man was I wrong... First off it seemed as if the author took a bunch of different scenerios she wanted and threw them together in every other page. As much as I love action, I would rather have the plot develop then have a new fight every other page. And the romance. What. The. Heck? She got rid of Lazlo! I cannot even describe how mad I was. Then she threw a quick romance in the end. I would much rather have had no romance then Remy with some dude that starts with a "B"! I mean she makes Remy seem like you know....a slut... I hate it. I can't even consider reading this ever again. This book sucks. I can only hope that a third book is written and improves these novels... If I could give this no stars, I really would.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I really loved the sequel but it was short and ended too quickly. Also I didn't like how Hocking killed off most of the main characters. Wondering when the third one will be out?
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He first book was hood...this one not nearly as good! It starts with a bunch of doctors being straight u monsters. Then remy turns around and forgives one of them and works with them before the chapter even ends!! Disect me while im alive and awake and can feeit andsee if anyone who was involved lived once i was free! For humanity my.... anyways this is unreal crap and you can tell the authur has never felt real pain! This has theemotional rang of a two uear old and thats how old you have to be to swallow this!
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To be completely honest, this series is amazing. I really wish tyat Amanda would write a third, but the ending was a extremely cruel cliff hanger! It leaves you with more questions than answers and just makes you want to get down on your knees for Amanda Hockings and BEG for anotherbtaste of this horrific novel! But all in all, I love this book, as well as the previous one, and I highly recommend it to those who love zombies getting killed and some romance in between. From Nooking Blogger
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