Reviews

  • A swift, thoroughly imagined entertainment that looks back at the genre's past while hinting, in the final pages, of future installments to come. The possibilities are limitless.

    Washington Post
  • Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan have yet another twisted masterpiece on their hands. An enduring new series combining horror, suspense, and fable.

    Stephen Chbosky, NYT bestselling author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Imaginary Friend
  • Inventive and macabre.

    Kirkus
  • Horrifying . . . The authors keep the tension high throughout. Fans of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s Pendergast books will be enthralled.

    Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
  • A transporting, page-turning thriller that rips open a brand new universe, filling it with suspense.

    Brad Meltzer, #1 NYT bestselling author of The Escape Artist
  • Recommended reading for everyone with a taste for occult detective fiction featuring a great premise, interesting characters, and a tantalizing promise of more to follow

    The New York Journal of Books
  • This compellingly paced novel allow readers to become wholly invested in the story's well-crafted sense of dread and in the odd-couple pairing of Hardwicke and Blackwood. A great choice.

    Booklist
  • A quick read, with propulsive action and just enough explication to keep readers interested. . . del Toro and Hogan ground the story in just enough reality to keep you turning the pages.

    Associated Press
  • The Hollow Ones is never dull, dropping readers right into the action and deftly switching between timelines . . . A lean and macabre page-turner.

    USA Today

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