Their bites are more than deadly... The small town near the Everglades was supposed to offer Rachel and her son a fresh start. Instead it offered the start of a nightmare, when an unknown breed of flies migrated through the area, leaving painful bites in their wake. The media warned people to... show more
Their bites are more than deadly... The small town near the Everglades was supposed to offer Rachel and her son a fresh start. Instead it offered the start of a nightmare, when an unknown breed of flies migrated through the area, leaving painful bites in their wake. The media warned people to stay inside until the swarm passed. But the flies didn't leave. And then the radios and TVs went silent.That's when the spiders came. Spiders that could spin a deadly web large enough to engulf an entire house overnight. Spiders that left stripped bones behind as they multiplied. Spiders that, like the flies, sought hungrily for tender flesh... through Violet Eyes.
Publish date: October 1st 2013
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Though I enjoyed Everson's extended prologue to this novel, Violet Lagoon, I found this one to be somewhat less compelling. Gone was the sense of urgency inherent in a 40-odd page short, and in its place were scenes of random characters being introduced, only in most cases to be killed off in the sp...
This book is reminiscent of the horror movies from the 60's and 70's. There was a number of films featuring spiders, grasshoppers, killer bees, and vampire bats that took over small towns. This book was fun in a disgusting sort of way. It leaves you feeling like every itch might be a bug trying t...
Spiders!! Damn! Alligators, rapid squirrels, venomous snakes, Sasquatch…bring it on…but, a teeny spider and I’m dancin’ on the dining room table trying to suck ‘em up with the vacuum cleaner. (Got to keep it on for at least 5 minutes too, because otherwise they crawl out and are super pissed.) A new...
Rachel and her son Eric are starting a new life near the Everglades, but they don't have much time to settle in before an infestation of flies are reported, people start getting bit, communications go out, and the spiders begin to take over, multiplying, and killing everything they touch.John Everso...
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