Hollow Man Review

Hollow Man Review
Dominic is a multi-faceted man. He is an Englishman who is living and working in Texas as a prosecutor, and a musician who wants to eventually play and write songs full time. However, most of all he is a sociopath who will do anything to get what he wants.

When he was sixteen-years-old, he accidently killed a man he thought was a pheasant taking flight; a man who had made him angry. His parents immediately sent him overseas and never saw him again. Dominic took great pains to hide his condition and attempted to live a normal life.

He was doing well until a series of events caused him to veer off course. His parents died in a tragic accident; he was transferred to the basement to work in juvenile in a routine rotation, at less money; and he was accused of stealing a song written by a fellow musician.

Frustrated, he allowed a woman he just met to talk him into stealing a van full of cash. He agreed, but insisted no guns and no violence. Unfortunately, the heist took a wrong turn, and his life continued to unwind.

Hollow Man by Mark Pryor is a stand-alone book by the author of the Hugo Marston novels starting with The Bookseller. He also wrote the true-crime novel As She Lay Sleeping.

This novel is a fascinating look at a man who was working hard to keep his secrets, especially the condition that could cause him to lose everything.

It is the kind of gripping story where you know you want to look away at times, but you can’t – it is that difficult to put down. Plan on staying up late to find out what happens next.

Hollow Man is an intriguing story with a depth that shows the expertise of the author as he leads readers through the melt-down of his main character, but by the end of the book we are left breathless at the outcome.

If you are interested in picking up Hollow Man, it is available at Amazon.com.

A special thank you goes to Seventh Street Books for providing us with a complimentary copy of this novel for our review.




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