I know, I know, you’re thinking, “Why on earth would anyone read a book called Earth Worm Gods II: Deluge? Well, first off, there were a lot of unanswered. Deluge has ratings and 51 reviews. Ken said: Although sequels are rarely as good as the original, Earthworm Gods II: Deluge was close. Keene follows. Earthworm Gods II Deluge In Brian Keene’s cult-classic, Earthworm Gods, global super-storms decimated the planet, eradicating most of.
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I was so pulled into this book, that I felt as if I was there with them. With the sharp characterization under Keene’s pen you soon come to know the characters as well as you do your own friends.
I especially enjoy the mythology he’s developed that connects all of his stories together: As the book came earthwogm an end, I wanted more, more, more!
Online and only halfway posted, but this is one of my favorite stories. And just what is the deal with that white mold growing on everything?
This is not only a worthy follow-up to the first book, but it may even be slightly better than it. As the last of the mountains sink beneath the waves, the survivors make a desperate final stand.
Deluge by Brian KeenePaperback. Jul 17, John Copeland rated it really liked it.
They bring doom to us all! This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
References to this work on external resources. And if you’re not a Keene fan yet, you will be after you read the Earthworm Gods series. The book is a direct continuation of the events in the first book.
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Vintage Paperback Books Paperback Books. I read somewhere that someone has mapped it all out and hods track of all the references and cross connections and I believe it. See the other authors section.
But the worms arent the only enemy earrhworm face. Along the way, we’re greeted to more Lovecraftian-inspired monsters and themes as Earthworm Gods II evolves from a monster movie feel to one of a Lovecraft-inspired world of fantasy. Magical forces are at work and it most likely is waaay too late to do much about it.
Deluge: The Conqueror Worms II
This entry was posted on March 6, by Jeff Burk. To view it, click here. As a novel, it’s recommended only if you read the first book, as here we have a direct continuation. This book pretty much picks up where the last left off, but in that winding down to oblivion sort of way.
Brian Keene ‘Earthworm Gods II: Deluge’ Review – Horror Novel Reviews
The Illustrated Collection Books by J. Here comes old Behemoth, Over there’s Leviathan, oh fuck! If you’ve visited with Keene before though, and particularly if you’ve read the original novel, this is a fun demonstration of what he does best.
I received this book free of charge in e-book format in exchange for an honest review. No current Talk conversations about this book. The whole time I read Part 1 of this book I was itching all over Now, the battle continues. Deluge is simply fantastic. View all 4 comments. Deluge by Brian Keene Other authors: