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  • Paperback
  • 251 pages
  • Bloodworm
  • John Halkin
  • English
  • 01 February 2018
  • 9781555472474

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10 thoughts on “Bloodworm

  1. says:

    Pretty much everything you d expect from a b grade horror gore fest complete with messy murder scenes, random sex scenes, some attempt at developing a core group of characters, and giant blood worms taking over London Whilst overtly gor...

  2. says:

    Gets an extra star for including post apocalyptic motorcycle gangs prowling the ruins of London.

  3. says:

    A literary emulation of a B Rated Horror movie It carries all of the tropes that go with the package including random and quickly developed characters predictably offered up to the slaughter, attractive female characters intended to derive maximum shock value and emotion when they are under duress, and a heroic male lead who, while being flawed and full of doubts, does very little wrong.The story centers around an outbreak of strange unheard of beetles who have a voracious appetite for human blood These oddly described creatures seem a little unrealistic to any reader who has ever encountered an actual insect and is also devoid of insect phobias The characters in the book even feel the same way as they look at these overly large beetles who then suddenly rip through rubber boots and clothing to get at flesh without being slowed down.If a reader can get past the exaggerated capabilit...

  4. says:

    The first time i saw Bloodworms was in a 2nd hand book in Edmonton north london when i was 17, i was attracted by the cover which showed a giant worm with london in ruins I decided not to buy it as had a feeling it might be a large disappointment Rewind all those years, during which i much regreted not buying the novel, i was so happy to find a copy on Well the question is was it worth it It was a quick fun read, as trashy as a b movie yet unexpected had moments of thoughtfullness The idea may of been silly but the narrative was very well done There was also a very emotional scen...

  5. says:

    It was so bad it became amazing.

  6. says:

    So distraught I had such high hopes for Blood Worm I envisioned a shattered London, chaos abound, the eponymous Blood Worms causing a ruckus But no, not really Endlessly goes in circles like a Blood Worm e...

  7. says:

    Starts strong but becomes repetitive.

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