Post Script: The Whispers A Hollows Short Story – Lisa Unger

The Whispers

A Hollows Short Story

Lisa Unger

Gallery, Threshold, Pocket Books

Pocket Star

ISBN: 9781476797786



Eloise Montgomery discovers her amazing gift in the wake of tragedy in this first of three captivating e-novellas from award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger.


It’s a day like any other for Eloise Montgomery—until tragedy strikes. While she is recovering from a horrible accident that takes the lives of her husband and oldest daughter, and as she works to help her younger daughter move forward, Eloise experiences her first psychic vision. Though she struggles to understand her newfound gifts, Eloise finds a way use them to save lost women and girls—for whom her help may be the only way out…


From an author whose “gripping narrative and evocative, muscular prose” (Associated Press) have won her critical acclaim comes The Whispers: a story that delves deep into the human psyche and the mind of one unforgettable heroine.


My View:

This was a great introduction to what is the first is a series of three short stories that centres on a character, Eloise, who also appears in a few of Ms Unger’s books. I like her “gift” and the mystery part of the narrative and am hoping that this narrative does evolve into a full sized book at some point as I love the premise.

5 thoughts on “Post Script: The Whispers A Hollows Short Story – Lisa Unger

  1. I read this on the weekend and really enjoyed it. I then got straight into the second and was really disappointed. Keen to hear what you think of the next one.

  2. Carol – I’ve been hearing good things about this one from bloggers such as yourself whom I trust. About time I tried it, I think.

    • This is an interesting way to release books…I read the first short story and thought – I like the premise here I can see this going somewhere, just finished the book Crazy Love You and the main character of the short appears here (is quite pivotal) and now reading part two of the shorts and see how that fits so well with the book…the shorts have quite voices, the book…is loud. But I think you need to read them all to make sense of the individual parts…

  3. Pingback: Post Script: The Burning Girl – Lisa Unger | Reading, Writing and Riesling

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