Everything about The Hatching speaks to me, even though I am super freaked out and I shiver as I feel the creepy crawlies running all over me.
I DO NOT like spiders!
I do not like spiders at all, so The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone was a must read for me. I love to be scared and there isn’t a lot that has me looking over my shoulder and shuddering. I may not EEK when I see a spider, but I do freak out…a little. Here in Florida, with the deadly Brown Recluse, we do need to be cautious. Their bite can be deadly, but at least they won’t eat me, will they?
The creepy cover dared me to take a trip to the jungles of Peru. It reads like the B movies I love and I can see the movie playing out in my mind, I shudder.
Now, Melanie loves spiders, but will she still love them when she is done investigating what the archaeologists sent to her?
Are you ready for the apocalypse? Some of our characters are and that is a very good thing. The characters, at least some of them, will become very familiar with each other and create a family of their own.
I love when horror comes with a little humor and the scene with Annie in the ambulance at the crash site was a hoot. I couldn’t help but laugh out loud.
The suspense and anticipation from the beginning let me know it is bad, REAL BAD and I’m hoping some of my fave characters will survive.
I keep trying to anticipate the end and think man will win out. Don’t we always?
This fast paced tale of doom and gloom, with a sprinkling of hope here and there, has a fantastic ending that I never saw coming and I LOVE IT! This debut novel rocked my socks off and then made me put them back on…quickly…and my shoes too.
OMG. Creepy. My skin itches, I pick my feet off the floor, what is the movement I see out of the corner of my eye, what is that tingling in my hair…Oh man, I’m really freaking myself out so enough already. You’ll have to read it to find out more. And there will be more. This is a trilogy and I can hardly wait to get my hands on the next book…
I received an ARC of The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone through Edelweiss and the publisher, Simon & Schuster, in return for an honest review.
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His bio is almost as good as the book. :-)