Title: Into the Hollow (Experiment in Terror #6)
Author: Karina Halle
Release Date/Publisher: November 12th 2012 by Metal Blonde Books
Finished: April 28th 2015
Pages: 447-Kindle eBook-Bought
2. Red Fox
3. Dead Sky Morning
4. Lying Season
5. On Demon Wings
6. Into The Hollow
7. Come Alive
8. Ashes to Ashes
9. Dust to Dust
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Perry Palomino has fought her demons – and won – but the battle is far from over. She’s now left broken and on her own, leaving behind her life and family in Portland to focus on giving Dex Foray – and the Experiment in Terror show – a second chance. But their past mistakes continue to tease and test their relationship, as does the wild and desolate terrain of the Canadian Rockies.
The snow-covered peaks and ravenous forests hide an urban legend too unbelievably frightening to be true and the only way the duo has a chance of surviving is if Perry can let in the very man who sent her to hell and back.
Rated 16+ for language, gore and sexual content
What I Thought:
Another great book in this series! They both go back to the show, not expecting to really find anything when people mention Sasquatch. What they actually find was really creepy and I was honestly freaking out when they described it. I have woods behind my house and I wouldn’t want that thing out there at night.
The story really hits a peak when the two of them are together again, just as partners for the show though. But they can’t deny that they still have feelings. There’s a lot of tension and romantic angst. Dex is really changed, in more ways than one, and I liked how genuine he was in this one with regards to Perry. He was still funny and full of innuendo, just the way we like him though. Perry still had a lot of baggage and couldn’t forgive easily, she just wanted to move on but couldn’t. But the whole idea of them being out in the wilderness with no one nearby was kind of scary on its own.
There were only two small things that made this book a 4.5 instead of a 5. First was not finding out what those monster things were! I know there probably wasn’t much info and we did get an idea of what they could be, but the mystery wasn’t solved. It didn’t bug me that much, but it would have been cool to know. The other thing was Perry’s attitude. I understand she went through a lot but at the same time she wouldn’t talk it out with Dex properly, so things got worse. Communication is important! She was a little too stubborn for most of this book and I just wished they would have talked.
This series is quickly becoming one of my favourites and I love all the strange things they encounter. If you haven’t read this yet, go check out the first book!