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by Ray Garton
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Ray Garton
  • ISBN:
    0759297134
  • ISBN13:
    978-0759297135
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  • Publisher:
    e-reads.com (February 24, 2011)
  • Pages:
    168 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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    1339 kb
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    1949 kb
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    1537 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    651
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This book is for my agent and friend, Richard Curtis, whose patience, wisdom, inspiration, and unyielding support have helped carry me through the last two decades. PART ONE. An Unidentified Animal.

This book is for my agent and friend, Richard Curtis, whose patience, wisdom, inspiration, and unyielding support have helped carry me through the last two decades.

Ray Garton knows how to write a good, engrossing story and really holds your attention! My only regret is there is no sequel to this . Garton is a master of suspense and graphic horror, and this book will definitely give you nightmares. Mr. Garton's writing is some of the best out there.

Ray Garton knows how to write a good, engrossing story and really holds your attention! My only regret is there is no sequel to this story which ended clearly leading to a sequel! This was published in 2014; plenty of time to bang out a sequel! And yet, I can't find one. Alas, I will have to content myself with Ray Garton's other stories until the sequel comes out. If his other books are just as well written; then I should count myself fortunate. He never overdoes it, but he always gives you enough description to feel you are a part of the story.

Ray Garton (born December 2, 1962 in Redding, California) is an American author, well known for his work in horror fiction. He has written over sixty books, and in 2006 was presented with the World Horror Convention Grand Master Award. He currently resides in Northern California with his wife Dawn. Trade Secrets (1990). Kill the Teacher’s Pet (1991) as Joseph Locke.

It’s Saturday night in Hope Valley and Lovers’ Lookout is full. Ray Garton books book recommendations horror books vampires ghost books supernatural. Published on 13 Aug 2019. Three parked cars, six teenagers hoping to make tonight unforgettable.

A terrifying tale from a Bram Stoker Award–nominated author who "has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print" (Cemetery Dance).

Ever since he was badly burned in a fire started by his drunken mother, the horrible scars on his face have set him apart from others, isolated hi. ow, the patriarch of a prominent but mysterious family, Matthew Bollinger, has taken an interest in Andy. A terrifying tale from a Bram Stoker Award–nominated author who "has consistently created some of the best horror ever set to print" (Cemetery Dance). Foster care is like Russian roulette, says fifteen-year-old Ryan Kettering, who's spent most of his young life in largely abusive homes.

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Ray Garton is the author of several books, including horror novels such as LIVE GIRLS (which has a movie in the works), CRUCIFAX, E4 AUTUMN, and THE FOLKS; thrillers like TRADE SECRETS and SHACKLED; and numerous short stories and novellas. He's also written a number of movie and television tie-ins for young readers. He lives with his wife, Dawn, in California. Mor. rivia About 'Nids.

Medical research? Genetic experiments? No one knows exactly what goes on inside the sprawling BioGenTech building on the edge of town. But after an enormous explosion at the facility, people in town start turning up dead...and in pieces. Something is loose in Hope Valley. Something big...and fast...and hungry. It has a lot of legs, a nasty disposition and a big appetite. This is one spider you can't step on.

AnnyMars
I absolutely loved this book! It was like going back to my childhood and reading Horror stories or Tales from the Crypt or watching "Chiller Theater" on television on Saturday nights!

Ray Garton knows how to write a good, engrossing story and really holds your attention!

My only regret is there is no sequel to this story which ended clearly leading to a sequel! This was published in 2014; plenty of time to bang out a sequel! And yet, I can't find one. Alas, I will have to content myself with Ray Garton's other stories until the sequel comes out. If his other books are just as well written; then I should count myself fortunate.

I highly recommend this title to anyone who loves a good mystery, action thriller with plenty of twists and shocking, visualized imagery! Great fun on a commute or airport/airplane ! ENJOY!
Kalv
It’s funny that I love to read stories about spiders killing people when I have a huge phobia for them. Just thinking about spiders has my skin twitching, feeling them crawling all over me.

It appears that saying, “Because I can,” rings true in this story. Some people cook up something in a lab, never worrying about what could go wrong. Innocent people start dying, ripped apart.

You getting the picture? A genetically engineered experiment is loose. It’s huge. Crawls on more than six legs. And it’s so very hungry.

The plot never gets old for me. I love movies like this and the author gave me some good old fashioned scares.

It’s been said that there’s a spider within six feet of you at any given time. Creepy to think about, isn’t it?
Mikarr
If you like good scary horror (really scary) try this one out. I read this in one sitting. It's that good. Garton is a master of suspense and graphic horror, and this book will definitely give you nightmares.
Mr. Garton's writing is some of the best out there. He never overdoes it, but he always gives you enough description to feel you are a part of the story. The concept is quite interesting as well, and the monsters are both believable and scary. (I hope I didn't give away too much here, but the cover makes the existence of monsters quite obvious.)
While many so-called horror novels drag on and take you through a story only designed to guide you from gross-out to gross-out, this book, as with Garton's other works, really leaves you feeling for the characters.
Give this one a try if you are a horror fan. You'll be glad you did.
Siratius
I am a HUGE "creature of unknown origins eats unsuspecting townsfolk" fan (thanks SYFY Network lol). Also, one of my favorite movies is EIGHT LEGGED FREAKS. So when I saw this book, I figured I would like it a lot, even if it ended the traditional way most of these stories and movies end. WOW! This book was a lot of fun. I was sucked in from the very beginning. Not to mention...this is not your typical spider...I actually Googled a sun spider and WHOA...that's quite a beastie. There was love, humor, heartache...my heart really broke for 2 of the characters. The descriptions of the scenes was very well done: "she watched her son get on his bike and saw the huge golden spider jump him from behind." No prelude to seeing the spider...just "Hey, there's my son and oh...is that a spider?" I loved that. All the characters were given different backgrounds, which i enjoyed reading. This book hit me with a 1,2 punch (literally, there are 2 twists, not the usual 1). I laughed I cried, i found my heart racing as I turned the pages (er...pressed the NEXT page arrow button). If you like good campy fun, then this is the book for you. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! =)
Rarranere
If your looking for gore, vicious monsters and fast paced fun then this is for you.
Giant sun spiders(camel spiders) attack a small town in bloody fashion. That's it! Garton fills this with likeable characters and exciting set pieces.
A lot of fun.
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Lovers lane, drive in theaters, small towns, and crazy spider killers on steroids. What more can you ask for from a true master of the genre. Garton has created a horror story of epic proportions. Literally. Many of us have an innate fear of spiders, myself included, and this story, while only a story, was frightening. Can it actually happen? Such a question is always subjective, but if I would hazard a guess, I would say yes, yes it can. However, 'Nids is much more than just this spider story, and it is indeed a terrifying one at that, but it is an homage to the horror stories from a bygone generation. The story starts simply enough with a few couples up at lovers lane, then all of a sudden, BAM, we are thrust into the lives of these kids and their town and some particularly nasty 'nids.
Gaeuney
So much fun. It's like watching a good old-fashioned drive-in Horror movie. I could smell the popcorn and soda while reading it.
When I think of the ultimate nightmare, I think of giant spiders, but these are worse than most: sun spiders. At the apartment where I live, the landlord sprays and baits for roaches, but I still have to spray Raid to get rid of the arachnids, a pain in the ass. What if they were as big as a car? They are now, thanks to the explosion at BioGenTech.