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Rock Hollow-bookcover

By: Roli Cameron

Rock Hollow

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‘It was a large heavy silver and ancient-looking key. It was the sort of key that opened a treasure chest or unlocked doors to secret chambers.’There is nothing exciting about young Victoria Plant’s life. But this is all about to change with the finding of an old key. The key unlocks the door to a secret and supernatural world. Victoria encounters the wicked Count De Ville and his faithful black cat; they are as old as the hills and transcend time to bring about the end of what still remains of the Rock Hollow clan. Can Victoria help to defeat the dastardly army of fiends before it is too late?Bittersweet and thought-provoking Rock Hollow is set in 1976 on the high moorlands that surround the small Yorkshire village of Riddleshaw. The book follows the awakening of differences, experienced by a young autistic girl. Victoria’s journey is enlightening, sometimes sad and more than often amusing.

Carol (Roli) Cameron was born in 1967, and has lived in the Pennine town of Halifax, for most of her life. Carol attended the Highlands Grammar school before gaining a BA (Hons) in Combined Arts. She entered the teaching profession and worked as a special educational needs teacher until 2017, when she developed Charcot arthropathy, a degenerative bone condition. Carol has always enjoyed writing and regarded her debility as a challenge to be conquered and so she started to write Rock Hollow. This is Carol’s debut novel and it aims to share her lifelong love of books, nature and local history with the reader.


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    An interesting tale of fantasy and reality based on a young girl's perspectives. An abundance of characters in an ever changing plot make for an engrossing read. Rock Hollow is written so descriptively that you can picture the characters and surroundings. A good read which makes you appreciate we all have our differences.

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