Amanda Sinatra is proud to present the Kindle edition of her eagerly anticipated debut paranormal novel 'Hollow'. Filled with a world of vampires and half-human vampires (dhampirs) and deftly exploring the themes of deceit, self-identity, and survival in a new, troubled world, 'Hollow' possesses a plot and cast of characters so intricately woven and designed that it is bound to become a favourite for fans of the paranormal and fantasy genres everywhere.
Ivy Lane was a human—until she awoke one morning to find herself a dhampir. Bewildered and frightened, she is taken under the wing of the vampire Theodore and fellow dhampir Jackson as they teach her how to assist, fight, and coexist with her kind. However, Theodore and Jackson's linear plan is about to fall apart as something happens to Ivy that has never happened to any other dhampir: she reclaims her memory. Now able to unveil the truth of her past and how she came to be a dhampir, she faces two choices: to do so, or to keep such secrets buried.
'Hollow' has been rated 5 stars by those who have purchased the book. Some of the book's review comments include the following:
'Amanda Sinatra's first novel pulls the reader into that character's next breath, decision, and action seamlessly.' – Jody Scott Sneed
'Ms. Sinatra has created an otherworldly, yet oddly familiar, world of intrigue, mystery, and secrets that keep you turning page after page. Her ability to use words to paint a colorful, detailed picture makes this story really jump off of the page and come to life.' – Jen
'From the very first sentence, I was hooked. Amanda knows how to drive the story, taking her reader along for the ride. I'm not lying when I say I couldn't put it down.' – Joshua Aitchison
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About the Author:
With two degrees in Criminal Justice and Forensic Criminology, Amanda lives in Massachusetts and works as a police dispatcher while pursuing her loves of reading and writing.
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