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review 2019-01-16 20:38
The Bristol Rat Company - Pest Control Books


A Great Rat Control Book


The terrible rat and mouse control system used by the Council and others of Bait-Stink-Flies-Repeat fails people in Bristol, again and again!


90% of all rat problems inside residential properties come from drain faults beneath or around your home. 80% of people inherit a rat problem when they move into a new house. Most pest control companies never mention your drains!


Does that mean 80% of residents were failed by "bait only" rat control in Bristol and decided to move? The facts make you wonder!


This book documents much of the issues and techniques that go hand in hand with traditional pest control.


It's a technical book, so it is not particularly easy going.


Source: thebristolratcompany.co.uk
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review 2018-08-11 19:52
A New York Tale of Tails
Rattus New Yorkus - Hunter Shea

New York rats have a bad reputation, and this book is not going to win them any positive vibes. The long asked question may finally be answered-Who is the king of the cement jungle ? Man or rat, the battle is on ! Welcome to fight club, rat vs man, all rules off the table, only one can win.   
It's all fun and games till the rat pops out of the mouth. Oh yeh expect to cringe, chuckle and shutter as you read along. Keep a hockey stick close, and be ready to run. Oh my, I loved the ending the skittering sound...so Carrie with once last EEKK or squeak depending on your humanity level.
Thanks NetGalley and publishers for the review copy.  

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review 2018-05-12 17:58
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH - Robert C. O'Brien

Mrs. Frisby has to venture out into the rats' bush in order to figure out how to save her son Timothy.

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text 2018-05-10 10:31
It seems...
The Tribe: Birth Of The Mall Rats - Harry Duffin I'm going to be marked as reading this forever more. I cannot mark it as "read" no matter what I do!
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review 2017-05-01 00:00
Flying Mutant Zombie Rats
Flying Mutant Zombie Rats - Kat de Falla,Elayne Griffith I checked out this book because I am a fine, upstanding parental figure and I wanted to make sure the contents were appropriate for my daughter before I let her read it. That is absolutely the reason I chose to read this book. Yep. Ah-huh. Definitely.

Flying Mutant Zombie Rats. Flying. Mutant. Zombie. Rats. Who in Cthulhu’s name can walk away from a book with a title like Flying Mutant Zombie Rats? No self-respecting horror-reading bookworm, that’s for sure! Flying rats? Nah. Zombie Rats? Possibly. Mutant Rats? Maybe. Flying Mutant Zombie Rats? Shut up and take my money.

So, er, now to talk about something more than the title of the book, yeah?

Flying Mutant Zombie Rats was a fun read. The main characters are a bunch of BMXing seventh grade boys starting their summer vacation. They’re good (albeit rowdy) kids, obsessed with their bikes, a solid group of friends, and they’re going to save the city with nothing more than their wits and bikes. Right? Well, almost. See, there’s not only Flying Mutant Zombie Rats, there’s something else as well. (You’ll have to read to find out.)

This is definitely a kids book, and unless you’re well in touch with your inner child, it’s not going to appeal to adults. It moves along quickly, there’s some icky stuff, some training sequences, some heroic attempts at self-sacrifice, and lots of action. And given the title of the book, hopefully you don’t go into it expecting realism in any area, because other than the biking scenes, there isn’t any.

Flying Mutant Zombie Rats is a great book to engage a reluctant reader who is interested in the gross and icky side of things. Especially so if they like BMX biking. I’d definitely recommend checking it out.
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