Review: The Hollow of Mont Noir by Jennifer Krey

The Hollow of Mont Noir by Jennifer Krey
Release Date: March 12, 2012
Publisher:  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages: 160
Source:  Publisher

Allison just wanted to be a typical teenager. But with a missing brother, a beastly stalker and the possibility that she’s not completely human, her life was anything but typical.

Seventeen-year-old Allison Spencer thought her life was completely normal – or as normal as it could be for an animal empath known as “Crazy Animal Girl.” But when her older brother disappeared and her parents moved the family 400 miles away to try to find some answers, she discovered friendship and love in a supernatural world she never knew existed and learned some shocking truths about herself and her family.

 

Review:  This is exactly what you expect and want from a YA paranormal book: a good bit of mystery, some creepy happenings, a nice romance, a heroine that you really like and an overall good story that you don’t want to put down. I really enjoyed this one if you can’t tell.
Between Allison’s “Crittervision”, her missing brother, moving away before her senior year of high school & the new boy no one likes but her; she has a lot going on in her world. Allison was a very likeable character so it made reading her story that much easier and by the time she starts her new school and we meet Riordan it becomes a book you have to keep reading. You’ve just GOT to learn all the secrets that are going on around her!

While I wouldn’t describe the book as fast paced, I would definitely say that it is well paced. I’m a fan of the YA Paranormal genre and this is one that I would highly recommend. I’m looking to forward to reading more of this series in the future!