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    Hardcover ¶ Found You ePUB Á this kind is different it is hungrier, it is angry, and it is very, very strong With loved ones falling prey to its all encompassing hate, Dave and Erik and some new friends look to close the door on it for goodSupercell Hollower Trilogy."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 230 pages
  • Found You
  • Mary SanGiovanni
  • English
  • 12 May 2017

Found You❮BOOKS❯ ✯ Found You ⚡ Author Mary SanGiovanni – Essayreview.co.uk In the town of Lakehaven, New Jersey, an evil has returned from between dimensions It is looking for vengeance It is looking to destroy, body and soul Dave Kohlar and his friend Erik fought an evil li In the town of Lakehaven, New Jersey, an evil has returned from between dimensions It is looking for vengeance It is looking to destroy, body and soul Dave Kohlar and his friend Erik fought an evil like it once before, and they were nearly killed trying to defeat it They had hoped that it was over, and their lives could be peaceful and happy But this kind is different it is hungrier, it is angry, and it is very, very strong With loved ones falling prey to its all encompassing hate, Dave and Erik and some new friends look to close the door on it for goodSupercell Hollower Trilogy.


About the Author: Mary SanGiovanni

Mary SanGiovanni is the author of over twenty books in horror and supernatural thrillers Her fiction has appeared in periodicals and anthologies for the last decade She has a Masters degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University, Pittsburgh, where she studied under genre greats She is currently a member of The Authors Guild, The International Thriller Writers, and Penn Writers, and was previously an Active member in the Horror Writers Association.


10 thoughts on “Found You

  1. says:

    This is copy 13 of 85 signed numbered copies signed by Mary Sangiovanni.Cover art by David Ho.

  2. says:

    The second book in the Hollower trilogy, Found You, finds the survivors of the first encounter with the Hollower now revealed as the Secondary , Dave and his mentally damaged sister, Sally, along with Erik, still coping with the after effects of thwarting that horror But they go on living, through therapy and alcohol, but it still haunts them, even if they never speak of it.Then, tragically, Sally dies in an accident at the assisted living facility, and a young detective suspects something dif The second book in the Hollower trilogy, Found You, finds the survivors of the first encounter with the Hollower now revealed as the Secondary , Dave and his mentally damaged sister, Sally, along with Erik, still coping with the after effects of thwarting that horror But they go on living, through therapy and alcohol, but it still haunts them, even if they never speak of it.Then, tragically, Sally dies in an accident at the assisted living facility, and a young detective suspects something different is responsible, something sinister and not of this worldbecause he has seen the blank but hateful face, the black fedora and trenchcoat.Joined by two others in Lakehaven who ve been recently tormented by the new Hollower, known as the Primary, they must stay strong and focused if they re to survive and destroy something that can become their worst nightmares.If you haven t read anything by Mary SanGiovanni yet, this trilogy would be a great place to start Highly recommended

  3. says:

    I read the first book in this series long time ago and couldn t remember it all that well, but with some memory refreshments from the ever reliable internet, the sequel wasn t too difficult to follow, although I d strongly recommend reading these books in order While I don t recall Hollower leaving much of an impression, it was a fun read and the sequel doesn t disappoint, quite possibly being that unique best that exceeds the original The author certainly knows how to write a page turner, wit I read the first book in this series long time ago and couldn t remember it all that well, but with some memory refreshments from the ever reliable internet, the sequel wasn t too difficult to follow, although I d strongly recommend reading these books in order While I don t recall Hollower leaving much of an impression, it was a fun read and the sequel doesn t disappoint, quite possibly being that unique best that exceeds the original The author certainly knows how to write a page turner, with its excellent dynamic pacing this book sped by in three hours SanGiovanni already created a dread inspiring thing that goes boo, conceptually awesome otherworldly being without a face who feeds on human fear, and combined with personable sympathetic characters, terrific imagery and imaginative psychological torments, this book really served up a solid B horror entertainment Recommended

  4. says:

    This novel is a sequel to The Hollower, which was a good horror novel in its own right This one is fine, but doesn t really add anything to the original it seemed to me that it just recovered old ground in somewhat different ways I was reminded of the Elm Street films where Mr K kept coming back to twist reality and torture survivors and newcomers alike over and over again so there was no real resolution.

  5. says:

    This was a DNF Could not keep my attention and I didn t really care what happened, so I quit around halfway.

  6. says:

    I read this novel without realizing that this was a sequel to The Hollower As it turns out, reading this novel without reading the first entry in the series was not a problem Mary SanGiovanni does a nice job of summarizing the important parts of the first novel The two stories seem to be pretty similar to each other based on the recap of the original storyline In this novel, the original Hollower has been killed, but there is a new,powerful Hollower on the prowl A couple of the surviv I read this novel without realizing that this was a sequel to The Hollower As it turns out, reading this novel without reading the first entry in the series was not a problem Mary SanGiovanni does a nice job of summarizing the important parts of the first novel The two stories seem to be pretty similar to each other based on the recap of the original storyline In this novel, the original Hollower has been killed, but there is a new,powerful Hollower on the prowl A couple of the survivors of the first novel figure into the action, namely Dave and Erik, but there is a new group of people that have been slated to stop the Hollower.I like the story s villainous monster The Hollower is not a typical monster that I have encountered in other works of horror SanGiovanni has done a nice job of creating an intriguing villain, one that doesn t have physical form and hates the physical aspect of our world, driving a killing hatred inside of it The group of protagonists are a bit too homogenous They all have big flaws and some of these flaws are too similar too each other I think the novel could have been stronger had the cast beenvaried The general plot was strong, but I thought the ending didn t quite live up to the build The finish seemed a little too easy and a bit anti climactic Still, the horror elements were well developed and the prose was nicely written This is a novel that I would recommend for all horror enthusiasts out there.Carl Alves author of Blood Street

  7. says:

    Difficult to keep track of the characters Kind of wish the faceless enemy gets them

  8. says:

    In The Hollower, there was one passage that was from the point of view of the faceless creature This is hard to do well, as it can undermine the creepiness of a monster SanGiovanni makes it work, however, and includesof this in this volume The new creature is a Primary,powerful than the Secondary that our heroes fought before It can affect the physical world in ways the Secondary couldn t This makes it seem unbeatable, but its weakness seems to be its need to feed on people s in In The Hollower, there was one passage that was from the point of view of the faceless creature This is hard to do well, as it can undermine the creepiness of a monster SanGiovanni makes it work, however, and includesof this in this volume The new creature is a Primary,powerful than the Secondary that our heroes fought before It can affect the physical world in ways the Secondary couldn t This makes it seem unbeatable, but its weakness seems to be its need to feed on people s insecurities and despair That causes it to keep its prey alive beyond the point where its own hatred and rage cause it to want to kill them outright, giving our heroes time to find ways to fight.The ending is a little quick and sudden, but somehow it works Especially since I know there s a book three in the series, which I m looking forward to, although it s hard to imagine how our heroes could possibly succeed against something evendangerous Dorrie is a little one note in her weight obsession, but most of the characters have depth and a decent amount of background This is an enjoyable creepy tale Consider my rating a 4.5Original review posted on my blog

  9. says:

    A solid sequel that doesn t quite live up to its predecessor.

  10. says:

    Though there is no indication on the front, back or anywhere else that this is a sequel, let me tell you it is This is the sequel to the book The Hollower and if the quality of its sequel is any indication, The Hollower is probably a darn fine book I have not read the Hollower so I was a bit disappointed in the fact that I was reading them out of order but since there was really no recap of the first, I feel pretty comfortable going back and reading it although I do know who lives or Though there is no indication on the front, back or anywhere else that this is a sequel, let me tell you it is This is the sequel to the book The Hollower and if the quality of its sequel is any indication, The Hollower is probably a darn fine book I have not read the Hollower so I was a bit disappointed in the fact that I was reading them out of order but since there was really no recap of the first, I feel pretty comfortable going back and reading it although I do know who lives or dies in it since the survivors all re appear in the sequel.Short Summary There is a big nasty being faceless but wearing a black trench coat and fedora it stalks you and twists your mind against you, using your fears, your doubts, and your worst memories against you, twisting your reality until you cannot take it any Those being stalked have killed one before, long ago but this one is different, can they band together to defeat it Or will it tear them apart through their own weaknesses and self doubt Each of the characters is very flawed in their own way, making them multidimensional in their flaws, but still loveable to the reader Dorrie was by far my favorite even though she was not a main character It is hard not to love a big girl that is so insecure in herself but has such a huge heart The Hollower was a creepy foe, and I have to admit, I didn t expect everyone to make it out of this trap alive I m not going to spoil it by telling you whether they do or not, but you will get that feeling too that perhaps one orof the six will have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save those that they love.With this being a sequel, I would have to advise reading The Hollower first even though I didn t If it is at least the same quality as this book then it should be a very good read I intend to tear through it just as soon as I can get my hands on it This is a fun and pretty quick read, it won t change your life in any profound way, but if you are looking for a good October book, this is it

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