Dusk (The Hollow Trilogy, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 370 pages
  • Dusk (The Hollow Trilogy, #1)
  • Brent Kruscke
  • English
  • 17 May 2018
  • 0692360220

About the Author: Brent Kruscke

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Dusk (The Hollow Trilogy, #1) In 1976 a string of grisly murders plagues the small town of Pointe s Hollow 16 year old Nicholas Wake is pulled into the investigation by a deadly event which nearly costs his life Dusk, a mysterious gunman, begins to piece together the facts of the case with Nicholas s help As the pieces fall into place, Nicholas s eyes are opened to the evil that has been brewing in Pointe s Hollow for years than anyone can count This is the first installment of a much larger story entitled The Hollow Trilogy In Book One, Brent Kruscke spins a wildly fun, yet dark tale with colorful characters and twisted circumstances Follow Nicholas and Dusk as they fight for survival and unravel the mysteries of Pointe s Hollow. Download Dusk (The Hollow Trilogy, #1) – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Dusk (The Hollow Trilogy, #1)

  1. Lupe Dominguez says:

    Ok in full disclosure, I actually KNOW the author Like he is dating a lifelong family friend of mine That being said, this was seriously worthy of all 5 stars I just gave From the very beginning, I had chills We start with Nicholas, a pretty average 16 year old who lives in a small town in Michigan He has all the regular problems homework, fami...

  2. Timmy Kleyla says:

    Spoiler in this review In the Book Dusk by Brent Kruscke he tells the story of a young boy who unravels the mysteries going on in his home town As things getandstrange he befriends a man named Dusk and they set out to keep the town safe from creatures attacking the town Something about the book I enjoyed was the Mystery factor set in It keeps you reading to find out whats going to happen as they continue on their mission Something I didn t enjoy was how the reading switched char Spoiler in this review In the Book Dusk by Brent Kruscke he tells the s...