The Hatching: A Novel
An astonishingly inventive and terrifying debut novel about the emergence of an ancient species, dormant for over the thousand years, and now on the march.Deep in the jungle of Peru, where so much remains unknown, a black, skittering mass devours an American tourist whole. Thousands of miles... show more
An astonishingly inventive and terrifying debut novel about the emergence of an ancient species, dormant for over the thousand years, and now on the march.Deep in the jungle of Peru, where so much remains unknown, a black, skittering mass devours an American tourist whole. Thousands of miles away, an FBI agent investigates a fatal plane crash in Minneapolis and makes a gruesome discovery. Unusual seismic patterns register in a Kanpur, India earthquake lab, confounding the scientists there. During the same week, the Chinese government “accidentally” drops a nuclear bomb in an isolated region of its own country. As these incidents begin to sweep the globe, a mysterious package from South America arrives at a Washington, D.C. laboratory. Something wants out. The world is on the brink of an apocalyptic disaster. An ancient species, long dormant, is now very much awake.
Publish date: 2016-07-05
Publisher: Atria/Emily Bestler Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
With his debut novel and the start of a new series Ezekiel Boone takes a more creepy crawly stand to the end of the human population: In the jungles of Peru Americas appear to be devoured by a moving black mass, there are unusual seismic activities in India and in China the set off an Atomic bomb i...
Figured I'd just go for it and finish it. I'm not going to be able to get to sleep until my sister goes to school anyway. She plays her music way to loud. I am very tired though so this won't be the most in depth review. The Hatching is about the spider apocalypse. Sounds awesome, right? An ancien...
A ten-thousand-year-old egg sac has been found at the Nazca Lines in Peru and is sent to a laboratory in Washington, D.C. where it hatches and an ancient species of killer spiders emerge. Now the black, skittering mass is causing global pandemonium.This book is told from multiple perspectives - peop...
Note: Not for the arachnophobic (not just the book, this review). Like, not even slightly. I’m usually fairly chill with spiders – not that I really like them, but I can tolerate them without feeling the need to nuke from orbit – and this book made me attack the next black thread I saw. Ahem.THIS, i...
I hate spiders. Like a lot of other readers I was afraid of reading this book. But good reviews kept popping up everywhere so my curiosity won over my fear. And I must say I wasn’t that bad. Even if I kept looking every minute if there was no spider sitting on my shoulder and feeling itchy all the t...