“Like a B-movie horror film, Worm gives the reader a world filled with monsters and a ringside seat to the apocalypse.” —ExaminerOn Pine Street, the houses begin to shake. The earth begins to move. The streets crack open and yards split asunder...and rising from subterranean depths far below, a... show more
“Like a B-movie horror film, Worm gives the reader a world filled with monsters and a ringside seat to the apocalypse.” —ExaminerOn Pine Street, the houses begin to shake. The earth begins to move. The streets crack open and yards split asunder...and rising from subterranean depths far below, a viscid black muck bubbles up and floods the neighborhood.In it are a ravenous army of gigantic worms seeking human flesh. They wash into houses, they come up through the sewers, through plumbing, filling toilets and tubs, seeking human prey. Cut off from the rest of the town, the people of Pine Street must wage a war of survival or they'll never see morning. As bad as the worms are, there's something worse—and far larger—waiting to emerge.“This is a story of gore and goop and glub and glop…After reading Worm you’ll never set on a toilet the same way again.” —Trent Smith, Pulp 300“A glorious, fun filled and hugely thrilling read.” —Ginger Nuts of Horror
Publish date: May 28th 2013
Pages no: 117
Edition language: English
Worms, worms, worms, and sewage goo, that's about it. Little worms and big worms, and one giant worm. Picture this: the suburbs, earthquake, sewage goop, thousands of flesh eating worms. They'll eat your mom, your dog, your baby, your husband, your sister, your grandma, you. Watch pretty much ev...
I'm never sitting on a toilet again. I'll resort to a spatula and a paper bag if necessary until I come up with something more civilized but porcelain is out of the question for the time being.
Another great read from Curran.The people of Pine St soon find that the disaster that has befallen their street is anything but natural. Soon all the residents are fighting for their lives with quite a few of them meeting their maker.This was just fun all the way, but then flesh eating worms are alw...
After an earthquake, first black sludge bubbles up from the depths of the earth, then a ravenous horde of gigantic, razor-mawed worms. Can any of the denizens of Pine Street, or even the entire town, survive?First off, I got this from Netgalley. Thank you, Netgalley!This is a B-movie horror flick ...
Worms, wiggle-waggle, wantonin a wobbly way, wayward of where we waylay.by NikkiI liked Brian Keene's The Conqueror Worms better. It's like the characters were too much for these mundane worms. I can't find my balance with Tim. One minute he's over-doing it King style, and...