- File Size: 639 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Coelacanth Press (July 13, 2010)
- Publication Date: July 13, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003VRZJDW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,120,807 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dark forest in Maine
1 veteran Marine leader
1 love interest
1 pound of flesh-eating grubs
1 severed hand
1 mind-controlling queen
0 bars on cell phone reception
1 sex scene, plus more to taste
Combine scientists, marine vet, tents, then place into the very center of Dark Forest. Using severed hand, separate military vet, then mix with love interest and sex scenes. When thoroughly warmed, dump entire pound of flesh-eating grubs into mix. Stir well. Top with 0 bars on cell phone.
Serve zombies separate as a side dish, sprinkled with mind-controlling queen. Do not let them mix with the guns.
Serving size: One Novel
Each serving an excellent source of: humor, gross-out bug attacks, B-movie horror monsters, and frantic attempts for survival.
More recipes? Try these recommendations: 33 A.D.,Night of the Crabs.
Specifically, there's a group of scientific researchers in the wilds of Maine. Everything's going well until one of the scientists turns up missing. At that point, the remaining scientists try to survive and you get to watch them get whittled down, one by one. Full of gruesome and disgusting scenes, Grubs is just great fun.
Don't buy this book expecting it to be an original, high-budget horror flick. It's not, and it wasn't intended to be. Think more of the movie "Eight Legged Freaks" and you'll be right on target. It's a well-crafted work that mimics lower-budgeted works in the campiness, the gore, the humor derived from those aspects, but it is, itself, finely written with great attention to detail.
Great entertainment, and just in time for Halloween - A+! Or should that be a B? :-)
While I intended to grab the book, read a chapter and do other things I ended up reading it in one sitting. While at first glance this is your typical action/horror book the author has spent the time and effort to create much more full featured characters than you would expect from the genre. Every character is developed and time is taken to give everyone enough time in the spotlight to allow you to connect with them... Right before the inevitable unfortunate circumstances that must befall 99% of the characters in this sort of story.
There are plenty of detailed reviews here so I will not rehash more of the same. This is an excellent example of the genre, better than it even needs to be to entertain the reader from start to finish. Highly recommended.
I could not read this all in one setting (due to the whole maggot thing). I did have to read another book before going to bed just so my mind would let me sleep.
I finished the book, and I really liked it. That whole "adrenaline rush" thing from a horror novel.
4 stars because while it's not the best horror story I have ever read, it was very good. I wish I could do 4.5 stars.