Frost Hollow Hall


Will’s invitation to ice skate on the frozen lake outside Frost Hollow Hall results in a near tragedy for Tilly. What is revealed in this terrifying incident demands to be settled, and leads Tilly to investigate events from ten years earlier. These affect all at Frost Hollow Hall, and, now, Tilly’s happiness and future.

This novel holds the reader captive. Emma Carroll is able to conjure the setting and era convincingly. We urge Tilly, and Will, forward in their quest, longing for answers that have been long hidden.

We recommend ‘Frost Hollow Hall‘ to committed readers, keen for an icy, historical story!.

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Frost Hollow Hall

Emma Carroll

(Faber & Faber)

When Tilly accepts the butcher boy’s dare to skate on the ice outside Frost Hollow Hall, she has no way of knowing that she will unleash a world of memories, fears, horror and hidden truths. What is the truth about the boy beneath the lake? It seems that he’s the reason that she was not lost beneath the ice. Then again, who holds the key to the ice skates? They hold some sort of magic?Furthermore, who is the figure whom Tilly sees? It seems that everyone else denies what she’s seen! However this figure haunts her. Altogether, there are so many questions and so few willing to tell or face the truth. Is it possible that Tilly’s near tragedy might provoke something… Furthermore, what of the silent, resentful lady of the house? Kit’s mother seems to be absorbed by his death. Meanwhile, Tilly must control her nerve while working at this scary place, while continuing to discover the truth!
Frost Hollow Hall is a convincing read for any committed reader, who particularly enjoys historical stories. Furthermore, it’s written by our most reliable historical storyteller, Emma Carroll. Thereafter, we recommend a welcome and winning return visit to this setting in When We Were Warriors. What might Tilly discover?


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