Cold Hollow is a city in Vermont, where a lot of things tend to go the wrong way. And I do not mean wrong in a soft way. It’s a city of parolees, run by an ex-parolee. If necessary, they take the matters in their own hands. One of the least interesting things that happens, is the wedding of the mayor. And that’s mostly what this story is about…
Sorry folks. I’m reading so much at the same time these days, I forget to finish my books. But I did finish Weaving the Web, the second Cold Hollow story.
Was it a good story? Kinda.
Was it as good as its predecessor? Not really.
Why? Let’s find out.
I have always been a fan of the horror genre. After spending some years reading more science fiction and fantasy, I decided to go back to my roots. I picked Emilie J. Howard’s first book of the Cold Hollow Mysteries. The book left me with mixed feelings. But I can say that it’s great to be back in the genre! Please note that there will be spoilers in this review. I need them to explain my rating. If you don’t want the spoilers: it’s four stars.