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The Hidden (The Hollow #3)

4.15  ·  Rating Details  ·  7,558 Ratings  ·  588 Reviews
A love that knows no bounds.

Abbey knows that Caspian is her destiny. Theirs is a bond that transcends even death. But as Abbey finally learns the full truth about the dark fate that links her to Caspian and ties them both to the town of Sleepy Hollow, she suddenly has some very hard choices to make. Caspian may be the love of her life, but is that love worth dying for?

Hardcover, 389 pages
Published September 6th 2011 by Simon Pulse
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Yeah. I could've waited.

There isn't much I can really say about this book, except that it made me so profoundly sad. Not for the plight of the characters, and not in a great I-love-this-book way.

It made me sad because with this book, YA paranormal has finally crossed that uncrossable moral line: kill yourself to be with your boyfriend. End your life because of him.

And that is a line that should never have been drawn in the first place.

I don't even want to joke about this book. I don't even want
Sep 16, 2011 Cait rated it really liked it
My real rating for this book is 3.5 stars, but I rounded it up to four

For months, after reading The Haunted, I felt like I was Juliet, waiting on top of my balcony calling out to my to my long-awaited lover to arrive as quickly as possible

Hidden, oh Hidden, where for art thou, oh Hidden...... because I fucking need you RIGHT NOW!! Ahem.....* coughs delicately and goes back to wailing for Romeo on the balcony*

So, was this book everything I excepted? Did Romeo come up the balcony and give me on
Oct 26, 2011 Erin rated it did not like it
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I cant wait for this book to come out. The Hallow and The Haunted were probally two of my favorite books ever.The characters are all so real and they are great story's so im beting The Hidden will be great to.

-----------------------------------------------------! this book could not have been any better!!! Caspian and abbey<3 sooo cute.

I promise you forever, whatever that is. Whatever i can give you. You have it all. All of me

the most romantic thing anyone could ever say. I cant get
Laurel May
Apr 18, 2013 Laurel May rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Stop this right now
Authors, be aware of the audience you're targeting. Be aware of how fragile some minds are. You have a weapon here and this book is very dangerous.
I am so mad right now.

So, the last book of this trilogy. I didn't like the first one, i didn't care much for the second one. But i have this need to finish a series once I start it. No matter how bad it is(Well except for The House of Night books).
So when I saw this book at our local library, I just picked it up and decide
What a sad way to end this trilogy. I'll have you know I both loved The Hollow and The Haunted. But I can’t say that to The Hidden. I felt half empty to be perfectly honest. When I finish the book, I felt so unsatisfied. Like “is that it?” “Is that all?” It took three books, only to end it where it started.

Once again there are a lot of unnecessary events. I’ll gladly skip them all and went ahead to the few remaining pages of the book. You know why? Because that’s where the answers I’ve been dyi
Sep 05, 2011 Mable rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own, arc, favorites
LOVE THIS COVER!!! It's the best one out of all three books.

This book made me cry soooooo many times while I was reading. I can't even remember crying this much for a book. I literally cried a liter of tears. Thank you so very much Jessica for writing this book and the entire trilogy. I look forward to reading more of your books in the future.
Giselle (Book Nerd Canada)
I wished this trilogy was just a stand-a-lone. This one had all the makings of one. I liked how it ended and we finally get answers and closure. The writing flows so it's a quick read. Recommended for romance fans!
Casey Ann Books
Aug 24, 2011 Casey Ann Books rated it it was amazing
Oh My God. Can this series get any better!? Any more emotional, Heart breaking, tearful and romantic? Yes! The last book in the The Hollow series The Hidden is a perfect ending for an amazing series.

Caspian and Abby are back and more in Love that ever. Things are changing and looking worse for wear and through out the novel I was on the edge of my seat praying that everything would be okay.

This novel was definantly the best outta the whole three. Just because things we waited for through out th
Emma Louise
Sep 28, 2011 Emma Louise rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bought
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Laura Jennings
May 21, 2012 Laura Jennings rated it did not like it
I came across a book that was Twilight but worse: a girl had a dead boyfriend, and was caught in a love triangle between a dangerous, hot mysterious guy who was dead, and an emotionally available boy who wasn't. Twilight, with stupider stakes. And I thought "My God, they're still making this crap. I can't believe a book with so stupid a premise would ever get published."
And then I found this book. I didn't realize it was third in a trilogy until I got home from the library, but I thought I'd giv
Nina @ Life of a Bookworm
Aaaaa Jessica me nije razočarala ni ovaj put!!! Plakala sam na kraju i nemam ojma jel to bilo od sreče što je takav kraj njige ili od toga što to zapravo je KRAJ knjige!! Prekrasna je !!!
Sep 01, 2011 Skye rated it it was ok
Shelves: ya
This review is also posted on my blog, In The Good Books.

The Hidden is the final book in The Hollow trilogy, a series that I've had mixed feelings about but wanted to reach the end of.

The trilogy is basically about Abbey's relationship with Caspian, a ghost. The Hollow was about Abbey meeting Caspian and realising that he's a ghost. The Haunted was about Abbey trying to stay away from the ghost she loves because he's a scary ghost but ultimately failing. I happen to be an optimist, so I thought
I literally can not wait for this book to come out!! The Hollow and The Haunted were amazing to read and I'm so excited to find out what happens next XD
OhmaGAWWWWWD, make sure the Kleenex is handy before you read the epilogue.

The PERFECT (and I mean perfect in every single way possible) ending, the most perfect ending ever.

The Ending's Perfection (No, I Wouldn't Spoil the Ending For You):
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I regret to inform you that sadly, I won't be able to write a review for this impeccable masterpiece, because this series as a whole has delivered so much emotion to me over the past few weeks that I think a review would be superf
Oct 13, 2011 Navdha rated it liked it
What just happened in the end? Change the course of nature? Kristin coming back? Maybe it was destiny, maybe whatever happened due to the interference caused by Vincent, the ass wasn’t supposed to happen, but, and there is a big BUT, do revenants really have the power to just change the course of time? Huh? Do they?
I’m happy for Abbey and Caspian. Believe me, I am. Yet I am disappointed. The ending wasn’t just unexpected; it has left me frowning in the end. I’m in denial. Sorta. The epilogue was
Kim Chappell
Jun 24, 2012 Kim Chappell rated it really liked it
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Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
Aug 20, 2014 Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠ rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: NO ONE
HORRIBLE!!!!!!! This book was exceedingly tedious. I liked the previous two books, not loved, mind you, but liked enough to read the second and third in the trilogy. I ended up skimming a lot of this book because it was so melodramatic and boring. I kept waiting for a huge plot twist or something to be revealed. It never came through for me.

Now, about the ending: it should NEVER have been written as such. This is not appropriate at all for a YA novel and wtf were the editors & publishers th
Jul 13, 2012 Alyssa rated it did not like it
I have to say that this series is probably one of the most disliked series I have ever read.

The storyline? It was GOOD. The characters were GOOD. I liked both of these but these 3 books are so full of mundane everyday life things that I wanted to put this book down and never pick it back up but I refuse to abandon a story. So I read it till the end. Which to me seemed fairly rushed and just ended the tale really quickly after an extremely slow build up of the storyline.

I felt that this series c
Aug 21, 2012 Sarah rated it liked it
Shelves: ebooks, audiobooks
this one is getting lowers stars for a couple reasons- the ending, why did it have to end that way? i mean it was a fiction story, why not find a way for caspian to come back to life? At least when abbey gives up her life Kristen is allowed to come back to life, that time goes backwards so that she never died.

There is sex in this book , though it is not descriptive is happens and is not just alluded to, they spend the whole day in bed and making cookies, ok... whatever. I am not a fan of premari
May 03, 2013 Katy rated it it was ok
The thing I'm glad about this series? That it's over, and I finally know what's going on.

The whole time I was reading it, I kept thinking how overwritten it was. Abbey is so freakin' dramatic and emotionally over-the-top to the point of hysterical. I understand when she's in a scary situation, but I'm talking about when she's just sitting, having what would be a calm discussion with Caspian. And the romance was so cheesy. I don't know of a better way to describe it, but what I think Verday was t
Sep 02, 2011 CC rated it it was amazing
Jessica Verday does it again in The Hidden, the final installment of her thrilling The Hollow trilogy.

It's no secret that this reviewer is partial to Verday's work, so it'll come as no surprise that this is, for the third time, a five-star rating. Verday brilliantly taps into the mind of the teenage protagonist, bringing forth a narrative that enchants and captures the imagination. Her style, once again, is composed of the perfect combination of laughs, tears, and the comfortable line between.

Amber I. (AwesomeSauce Book Club)
Wow!! What a perfect ending to an amazing trilogy, I couldn't have asked for anything more. Great book, I could not put it down. I am having a hard time thinking of a review without giving anything away, I will do my best to give it justice but to also not let anything at all slip.

This is the best book in the trilogy. Everything is wrapped up. She really leaves you feeling so satisfied with the ending you can't help but smile. Jessica Verday gave me such an amazing ending that I would never have
Kristina Snyder
Sep 08, 2011 Kristina Snyder rated it it was amazing
This book was absolutely AMAZING!!!! I was so engrossed in it that I finished it in one day. The Hidden picks up exactly where The Haunted left off. And boy, what a roller coaster ride this book took me on. There were so many twists and turns that I didn't see coming. I was so shocked about the ending. I didn't see that coming either. It was one of those happy, yet sad endings. I cried like a baby. But like Abbey said, she lost but also gained.

Abbey accepted her destiny in this book. She realize
May 02, 2013 Sylvia rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2013

No...Non, grazie!

What on Earth? I'm not sure where to start, but I promised some friends that I would rant...So...Here I go...

1) OK. About halfway through the first book, I knew the series was slipping. I had hopes that the second book would revive the first, but it did not. As soon as I got to page twenty of the third book, I figured out the ending. There wasn't much of a surprise.

I ended up skimming most of the book. It was very day-to-day repetitve. Rather blah. Things that coul
Sep 03, 2011 Kaysi rated it really liked it
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Brianna Leonard
Jun 16, 2013 Brianna Leonard rated it it was amazing
I have this one on my Kindle Fire and the other two are normal paperbacks. This trilogy is astonishing and wonderful. In the first one, your heart melts when you meet Caspian. And it soon brakes when you read his secret. You have sympathy for Abbey, losing her bestfriend. You relate to her life and her thoughts and she becomes so tangible and real almost. In the second book, when everyone thinks Abbey's gone crazy, even Abbey, your heart is with her. As the same for her aunt Marjorie, because sh ...more
Jan 03, 2012 Khawla rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I have to say that this story has to be one of the most captivating stories I have read till now. I was crying the whole time there were a lot of sad moments. Abigail and Kristen's friendship was admirable and very rare, I wish I had a best friend like Abigail it was one of the reasons I loved this story so much how loyal Abigail was to Kristen even after her death and how much she loved her to trade her life so that Kristen could live it was really beautiful.

I wasn't very fond of Caspian at fi
Nov 26, 2015 Susan rated it it was amazing
This was such a good conclusion to the series I couldn't get my nose out of the book - I just had to keep reading to see what would happen to Abbie and Caspian by the end of the story.

I very much enjoyed all three books and this was a fitting conclusion. The characters were all interesting, with a touch of the Sleep Hollow legend about them, and the storyline was well told and didn't leave any loose ends.

I am glad I found these books, by chance as it were, and was able to get transported by th
Dale Henry
Jan 28, 2014 Dale Henry rated it it was amazing
OMG- The ending of this book is just SO good. I burst into tears during french class today!!
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Jessica Verday is the New York Times bestselling author of The Hollow Trilogy, published by Simon & Schuster/Simon Pulse. She wrote the first draft of THE HOLLOW by hand, using thirteen spiral-bound notebooks and fifteen black pens. The first draft of THE HAUNTED took fifteen spiral-bound notebooks and twenty black pens. THE HIDDEN took too many notebooks and too many pens to count. Find out m ...more
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“Abbey: Did you speak to me in a different language? When I was in the hospital?

Caspian: Something to keep the nightmares at bay. To let you know I was there. Tu sei una mia stella. It means 'You're a star. My star.”
“I promise you forever," I vowed to him, staring into his green eyes. "Whatever that is. Whatever I can give you. You have all of it. All of me."

"I promise you forever," he replied. "Whatever that is. Whatever I can give you. You have all of it. All of me.”
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