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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • The Nest
  • Gregory A. Douglas
  • English
  • 02 June 2018
  • 0890836620

10 thoughts on “The Nest

  1. 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 hungry.This was an above average creature feature, definitely 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 hundre...


  2. says:

    this has nothing to do with the 1988 namesake film 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, thesweeter the lick of ass is thestinky the fart it out blasts


  3. says:

    Gorgeous prose and exceptionally creepy descriptions make this book one of my favorite surprise discoveries The writing quality of this author clearly displays a well educated man, and without question, a very talented storyteller His vision and vocabulary is crisp and clean, submerging the reader deep into his very dark territory This book contains some brutal, unrelenting violence against characters you come to care for, and the author dispatches them in graphic detail without an ounce of r Gorgeous prose and exceptionally creepy descriptions make this book one of my favorite surprise discoveries The writing quality of this author clearly displays a well educated man, and without question, a very talented storyteller His vision and vocabulary is crisp and clean, submerging the reader deep into his very dark territory This book contains some brutal, unrelenting violence against characters you come to care for, and the author dispatches them in graphic detail without an ounce of remorse This is definitely something I don t see every day with your standard horror book especially mainstream auth...


  4. says:

    This novel is one of the most delightfully disgusting things I have ever read in my life A small fishing village develops a serious cockroach problem and all Hell breaks loose Cockroaches eat rats, rats eat kids, cockroaches eat kids Cockroaches crawl up people s butts and eat their eyes out.While all this is going on there is still time for a love triangle and lots and lots and lots of discussion about the habits of cockroaches This novel is firmly tongue in cheek You can almost hear the a This novel is one of the most delightfully disgusting things I have ever read in my life A small fishing village develops a serious cockroach problem and all Hell breaks loose Cockroaches eat rats, rats eat kids, cockroaches eat kids Cockroaches crawl up people s butts and eat their eyes out.While all this is going on there is still time for a love triangle and lots and lots...


  5. says:

    The novel The Nest by Eli Cantor under the pseudonym of Gregory A Douglas was first published back in 1980 by Kensington Publishing Corp Under the pseudonym of Douglas, Cantor credits his true identity at the beginning of the book with the following passage Thanks are due to novelist Eli Cantor for suggesting that an island could be terrorized by an invasion of mutant insects as by killer sharks off its beaches The novel is set on Yarkie Island off Cape Cod where rats are seen leaping fr The novel The Nest by Eli Cantor under the pseudonym of Gregory A Douglas was first ...


  6. says:

    Killer Cockroaches crawling at the bottom of the heap of 80s schlock.Ah the 80s A boom time for horror fiction, when spinner racks were filled with gaudy covered paperbacks, riding on the coattails of stephen king mania Gregory A Douglas s The Nest is certainly a product of the period, a creature feature formulaic pick icky creature in this case a cockroach , mutate it with environmentally unfriendly pesticides imbue it with a hive intelligence and a thirst for human blood , and set it Killer Cockroaches crawling at the bottom of the heap of 80s schlock.Ah the 80s A boom time for horror fiction, when spinner racks were filled with gaudy covered paperbacks, riding on the coattails of stephen king mania Gregory A Douglas s The Nest is certainly a product of the period, a creature feature formulaic pick icky creature in this case a cockroach , mutate it with environmentally unfriendly pesticides imbue it with a hive intelligence and a thirst for human blood , and set it upon small town America in this case Yarkie Island, off Cape Cod As the author a...


  7. says:

    The 1980 cucaracha novel The Nest has been out of print for decades, but it would likely rank fairly high among OOP books that are sought after today at least among fans of 70s 80s horror fiction As for the book itself, its lingering reputation is deserved it s gory, brutal, and an exciting read if just a bit bloated What I found unexpectedly impressive about The Nest, though, was the amount of research that went into it The author name checks E.O Wilson in the acknowledgments sectio The 1980 cucaracha novel The Nest has been out of print for decades, but it would likely rank fairly high among OOP books that are sought after today at least among fans of 70s 8...


  8. says:

    I m currently going through a bugs phase, things like slugs, worm, eat them alive, bugged and .The Nest stands out amongst these as it s bigger, deeper andcharacter based than the others I ve read This is what happens when a very talented author takes on a very trashy sub genre I loved it.


  9. says:

    SPOILERS I hate being OCD because that meant i had to finish this book and it was BAD If you like the entire story being black and no parts in it being upbeat and happy i mean come on even Stephen King s books the good guys win at the end this book it doesn t happen, even at the very end and almost everyone dies, old ladies, little girls, this author is messed up in the head or something no joke, he even had a scene where an escaped prisoner dies while he is having sex with the fore SPOILERS I hate being OCD because that meant i had to finish this book and it was BAD If you like the entire story being black and no parts in it being upbeat and happy i mean come on even Stephen King s books the good guys win at the end this book it doesn t happen, even at the very end and almost everyone dies, old ladies, little girls, this author is messed up in the head or something no joke, he ...


  10. says:

    Better than I thought.Quite gory, fast paced and readable.The story is good, nice premises but the insect nest topic could have been better developed and explained withscientific details The other letdown was the predicabilit...


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The Nest It Was Just An Ordinary Garbage Dump On Peaceful Cape Cod No One Ever Imagined That Conditions Were Perfect For Multiple Breeding, That It Was A Warm Womb, Fetid, Moist And With Food So Plentiful That Everything Crawling, Creeping And Slithering Could Gorge To Satiation Then The Change In Poison Control Was Made And The Huge Mutants Began To Leave Their Nest In Search Of Human Flesh


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