The Hollows Insider
Kim Harrison
Harper Voyager


One misfired spell is all it took to send investigative reporter Devin Crossman on a mission to uncover all the secrets of bounty-hunting witch Rachel Morgan and expose them to the world. Herewith are all of Devin’s notebook entries, a treasure trove of evidence including maps, species profiles, magic spells, documents from Inderland Security, Takata’s song lyrics, Betty Bob’s recipes, ley line charms, entries from the Were Registry, articles from the Hollows Gazette, Rynn Cormel’s Vampire Dating Guide, demonic spells, and many more entries that cast light into regions of the Hollows that have never been revealed. But Crossman’s one-man war against Rachel Morgan has not gone unnoticed…

The Hollows Insider is a fun and entertaining collection of various pieces of the Hollows and the mysteries it holds, all held together in a notebook-type style. News reporter Devin Crossman takes the reader behind the scenes of the Hollows and into the personal life of bounty hunter and witch, Rachel Morgan, the star of Kim Harrison’s wildly popular Hollows series. Meant to both educate readers and to delight fans of the series, The Hollows Insider is a fun romp through the seedy underbelly of Cincinnati’s most talked about sector, the Hollows. Although new readers of the series or people who have no experience with the books at all, may be more confused and befuddled after reading the book, they will be able to appreciate the fun “legitimate” documents from the Were registry and maps to demonic spells and Inderland recipes.

Harrison’s detailed descriptions and conversational tone make the book a fast and easy read, and it also serves as a reference guide while reading the series. True fans of Harrison’s series will love the behind the scenes peek into Rachel’s life and the trouble that she tends to find herself in. Overall, The Hollows Insider is a must-read for fans of the series, both old and new.

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