So thing that set the first book apart falls a little short in this sequel: the photographs. While the first book felt purposeful (Riggs founds the photos and built the story around it) this one felt forced. As if the photos where an afterthought to the story. That's not necessarily a bad thing as this time around the story expanded beyond Jacob and gave us look into the other particulars and their personality and experiences.
As as story, Hollow City is a solid sequel, not as good as the first, but successfully moves the story forward and introduces new twists and turns. As a concept, though, the photographs didn't work as much for me this time around.
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