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It was just an ordinary garbage dump on peaceful Cape Cod No one ever imagined that conditions were perfect for multiple breedi. A rollicking entry into the Paperbacks From Hell re print series If your favorite part of creature creepers is watching people get eaten alive this will satisfy your desires unlike any other Nearly every chapter includes a graphically described swarm of mutant cockroaches devouring human flesh A few innocent animals too for good measureTrue to the bizarre trends of 80s horror additional moments will leave you scratching your head in the most amazing way Those familiar know I m talking about the iconic masturbation scene It s so insane so inexplicable so preposterous you have to wonder how Douglas could even think of it In any case just be glad he did These immortal pages contain one of the most memorable moments of horror fiction that I can recallOverall The Nest is better than it should be though still pretty bad Even I began to tire after a phonebook of characters meet their brutal demise The remaining cast struggle to obtain significance until the final 20% of the book which is admittedly excellent The scientific explanations and epic showdown are well worth the slog through the boring passages It s like Douglas said to himself Now that I ve completed the obligatory slaughter I can actually write a novelYou probably know if you re the type of person who enjoys off the wall B horror killer bug romps If you are go for it And tell me what you think about The Scene even better try to explain it LOL

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The Nest

To satiation Then the change in poison control was made and the huge mutants began to leave their nest in search of human flesh. On a small uiet island off the coast of Cape Cod there s something up down in the dumpThe rats are on the runand then they simply aren t there anySomething nasty has just moved up the food chainand the human inhabitants are next on the menuThe Nest is an old school Nature Gone Wild novel featuring healthy doses of gorebrought to you by the creatures that make pretty much everyone s skin crawlmutatedevolving past repulsive into a relentless flesh shredding bone pulverizing armyYes folksthere appears to be a bit of a roach problemA fast fun read that only asks you to enjoy the ridethis ain t highbrow horrorbut it will have you seeing things scuttling under the fridge when you flick on the lightscan t ask for than that35 out of 5 stars

Gregory A. Douglas È 5 Summary

Ng that it was a warm womb fetid moist and with food so plentiful that everything crawling creeping and slithering could gorge. 325I liked it At times it felt both pretentious with having to constantly look up words only to realize it seemed to just be using big words because it could not because it needed to Like a look what big word I know even though this is just a killer cockroach book and badly written I mostly liked all the science but eventually it did feel a bit dry The romance feltweird tooand i m not sure why it was thereThat stuff aside though I did like it for the most part It s gross has killer cockroaches A fun horror storyTW Fire Death


10 thoughts on “The Nest

  1. says:

    A rollicking entry into the “Paperbacks From Hell” re print series If your favorite part of creature creepers is watching people g

  2. says:

    355 starsOne of my favorite sub genres of horror is the creature feature and boy does this one deliverOn a small island off the coast of Cape Cod something is happening in the middle of the island's dump There's hissing and movement

  3. says:

    On a 2 mile long 1 mile wide island near Cape Cod the small community there is unaware that the cockroaches infesting the nearby dump are undergoing a strange and frightening mutation No this isn't a giant bug novel though these cockroaches are slightly larger than normal These roaches have rapidly evolved to form a hive mind intelligence as well as much stronger mandibles There are hundreds of thousands of them And they're hung

  4. says:

    I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Video review coming shortly The Nest written by

  5. says:

    325I liked it At times it felt both pretentious with having to constantly look up words only to realize it seemed to just be using big words because it could not because it needed to Like a look what big word I know even though this is just a

  6. says:

    35150 stars I liked the old school feel to this just enough to round up to 4 This story takes a bit of an odd perspective for me considering

  7. says:

    A guy fucks a pile of leaves and roaches shit in each others mouths I’d give it ten stars if I could

  8. says:

    On a small uiet island off the coast of Cape Cod there's something up down in the dumpThe rats are on the runand then they simply aren't there anySomething nasty has just moved up the food chainand the human inhabitants are next on the menuThe Nest is an old school 'Nature Gone Wild' novel featuring healthy dose

  9. says:

    this has nothing to do with the 1988 namesake film 囧what did i say before? to seek a copy of 80's horror paperback in chinkland is way harder than to find a pure piece of gold nuggetjust like the sweeter the lick of ass is the stinky the fa

  10. says:

    Well that was creepy The Nest is for cockroaches as Arachnophobia is for spiders Damn near sure to induce entomophobia this 1980's creature feature horror brought back to life thanks to Grady Hendrix's Paperbacks from Hell and Valancourt Books is a spine tingling disturbingly good piece of fiction which thanks to the authors extens