Read Skitter (The Hatching #2) Online Free - Tens of millions of people around the world are dead. Half of China is a nuclear wasteland. Mysterious flesh-eating spiders are marching through Los Angeles, Oslo, Delhi, Rio de Janeiro, and countless other cities. According to scientist Melanie Gruyer, however, the spider situation seems to be looking up. Yet in Japan, a giant, truck-sized, glowing egg sack gives a shocking preview of what is to come, even as survivors in Los Angeles panic and break the quarantine zone. Out in the desert, survivalists Gordo and Shotgun are trying to invent a spider super weapon, but it’s not clear if it’s too late, because President Stephanie Pilgrim has been forced to enact the plan of last resort: The Spanish Protocol. America, you are on your own.
|Title||:||Skitter (The Hatching #2)|
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October 07, 2017
the calm before the swarm…
the driving force of this book is more about what has happened and what is going to happen rather than what is happening now. this is a world united in one specific concern, specifically that of:
…one of these egg sacs opening up and a torrent of spiders devouring him or...
November 06, 2017
I'm probably going to make certain people very mad I say I think I like this better than WWZ. It has the same feel even if it's not as cosmopolitan and it's not written in epistolary format. But most importantly, it has the vast character support and the feel of a world gone very wrong.
August 05, 2017
I've read a lot of post-apocalyptic and dystopian novels in my time because quite honestly, they fascinate me. They fascinate me with the what ifs and oh my gosh I can see that happenings and while those things, those ideas have freaked me out at times, none of them have horrified me the way this...
July 17, 2017
The question they should have been asking was how much worse could it get?
I loved The Hatching with it's awesome concept that both thrills and frightens, so I was more than ready to dive into the sequel. For those who haven't read the first book, it is basically the end of the world as carnivo...
May 09, 2017
So, would Skitter be as good as The Hatching? That was what I hoped for when I started to read the book and after finishing it the same day as I started it can I only say that oh yes! It's just as creepy as the previous book and just as hard to put down.
The story takes place after the first book...
November 29, 2016
Thank you to NetGalley for providing a free ebook copy of Skitter By: Ezekiel Boone in exchange for an honest review.
Short Review Summary:
I still have the heebie jeebies.
When I read The Hatching (Click to read my review.) back in June I couldn't wait to...
November 03, 2017
As I already mentioned in my review for the first book, I'm not really afraid of spiders. Sure, some jumping ones can startle you but I don't suffer from arachnophobia although there sure are some freakish species out there. Still, spiders do seem uniquely qualified to be the stars of a horror/mo...
August 08, 2017
“Skitter” is the second novel in Ezekiel Boone’s super creepy spider series, “The Hatching”. In “Skitter”, the first wave of spiders have been abolished but soon, egg sacs are found and spiders start hatching. However, now there are two different kinds of spiders with different objectives. Humans...
October 31, 2016
This was the blockbuster sequel I was waiting for: bigger, bolder, freakier.
Not only was the style much tighter, the content was more explosive. While inevitably you are left wanting because Ezekiel Boone can't help himself with these damn cliffhanger endings, the rest of the book was tense as h...
May 15, 2017
SPIDERS! HELL YEAH!
Even though I loathe the things in real life, I find them so entertaining to read about when done well. Skitter is done very well!
We start right where The Hatching left off, (which was with a cliffhanger), and I found it quite easy to slip right back into this world-well, w...