Why did I love this book?
House of Hollow is a book you can smell and taste. Everyone knows the three Hollow sisters are strange. Ever since they went missing as children and then returned naked with half-moon scars at the base of their throats and no memory of what happened, something hasn’t been right. Iris has spent most of her teenage years trying to avoid the weirdness that sticks to her like tar, unlike her eldest sister, Grey, who wields it like a supernatural gift, drawing people to her like moths to a flame. But when Grey goes missing for the second time, and Iris starts being hunted by a horned man, memories she didn’t know she had begun to twist themselves free from her once amnesiac mind. It soon becomes clear that the trail Iris is following is leading her right back into her childhood to confront the mystery of what happened to the Hollow sisters when they were young.