THE CULT CLASSIC RETURNS!!! One day, it starts raining-and never stops. Global super-storms decimate the planet, eradicating most of mankind. Pockets of survivors gather on mountaintops, watching as the waters climb higher and higher. But as the tides rise, something else is rising, too. Now,... show more
THE CULT CLASSIC RETURNS!!! One day, it starts raining-and never stops. Global super-storms decimate the planet, eradicating most of mankind. Pockets of survivors gather on mountaintops, watching as the waters climb higher and higher. But as the tides rise, something else is rising, too. Now, in the midst of an ecological nightmare, the remnants of humanity face a new menace, in a battle that stretches from the rooftops of submerged cities to the mountaintop islands jutting from the sea. What hope does an already-devastated mankind have against this new supernatural adversary. The old gods are dead. Now is the time of the Earthworm Gods... Deadite Press is proud to present this Author's Preferred Edition of Earthworm Gods, including an all-new, lengthy afterword by the author recounting the novel's inspiration, creation, and history.
Publish date: December 1st 2012
Publisher: Deadite Press
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Series: The Earthworm Gods (#1)
Brian Keene may be the king (with a small "k") of end-of-the-world novels. In The Conqueror Worms, the earth is besieged by Noah sized rains plus water monsters and worms of Lovecraftian proportion. The tale starts at full speed as narrated by 80 year old Teddy Burnett, a live-wire geriatric hero if...
Reading for Jare's 2010 Spills & Chills Release Challenge.I haven't read a book where the main protagonist is a crabby 80 year old guy since struggling through King's Insomnia many moons ago. Fortunately, this story is much more interesting. This guy is a lone survivor (or so it seems) in a world...
After reading Dead Sea I start reading this book. I still have to read The Hollow, Ghoul and Dark Hollow and the anthology the Rising (arriving this next week). The others I don't have... Maybe after reading this ones... I must save money...Well this book is a homage (is it?) to Lovecraft and it's C...
Fast read. Action packed. I enjoyed the old mans method of telling the story. As the saying goes: "there are more things in heaven and earth...."
This really should have been a great book but I just couldn’t get into the main character who was an old man and we say this whole end of the world from his point of view. He was so feeble and non-adventurous that it was sad not exciting. The plot is that it started raining and never stopped and aft...