THE HOLLOW KINGDOMEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Dunkle pens an inconsistent fantasy. Orphaned Kate and Emily have come to live in the family home, Hallow Hill. Kate thinks she's being watched, and she's right: the king of the goblins—grotesque, but strangely appealing—wants to carry her away to be his wife. Wickedly taunting, King Marak never quite prevails over the resourceful Kate, until Emily disappears and Kate bargains away her freedom ... Read full review
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This was deffinatly one of my FAVORITE books when i read it. I loved the way Dunkle puts a story structure together, it's truly amazing!!