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The Hollow Tree by James Brogden

The Hollow Tree

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The Hollow Tree by James Brogden
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Mar 13, 2018 | ISBN 9781785654411

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“Brogden blends sinister undertones into an action-packed, supernatural thriller
filled with heart. …Give this novel to fans of Dean Koontz, Keith Donohue’s The Stolen Child, or intense, speculative stories with strong characters and plenty of intrigue.” – Booklist

“ The mechanics of Brogden’s dual worlds are carefully crafted, and the mystery is wrapped in rich folklore and urban myth…This elegant horror story has deep psychological and emotional roots.”  -Publishers Weekly


“Brogden has created another highly satisfying novel here, one that feels both familiar and original….His writing style lends itself to a fast read, the nearly 500 pages a blur with a thriller’s pace that eschews the descriptive traps of traditional fantasy. This novel should be considered as one of the highlights of the year, for both horror and fantasy lovers.” – Cemetery Dance Magazine
“couldn’t put this book down” - Kati’s Bookaholic Rambling Reviews

“If you are a fan of urban fantasy or enjoy a well-crafted mystery, go read this book!“ - Project Fandom

“a fresh and utterly compelling novel that should be on every horror fan’s reading list. If you love dark and well written stories, you won’t be disappointed by this novel” - Risingshadow.net

“the reader can never quite see around the curve as to what is coming next. With tight pacing and strong ending, it’s one of the best horror/fantasy novels I’ve read this year.” - Adventures in Poor Taste

“The notion that folklore—the forms of expressive culture that all of us engage in every single day—actually has supernatural potential is an intriguing one, and Brogden uses it to good effect.”  Horrortalk.com

“An enjoyable read to add to your list.” – Tulsa Book Review 

 “Brogden has created something truly vast and impressive out of Bella in the Wych Elm urban legend” BiblioSanctum

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