Posts Tagged: tapeworms

[Collective Perspective] Symbiont by Mira Grant

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05 December

  Welcome to COLLECTIVE PERSPECTIVE A segment where at least two of our bloggers collaborate to share their thoughts in a joint review discussion.     Today, Bry and Fry discuss the latest segment of Mira Grant’s Parasitology series, Symbiont F: Going to have to tell you all now, this will not be a spoiler free review. Just stop reading if you don’t want to be spoiled, otherwise, continue on into the tapeworm madness. B: Symbiont has finally arrived, and while we anticipated the next (and thought to be the final) segment of Parasitology eagerly, we were saddened by the prospect that this series was supposed… Read more »

The Troop by Nick Cutter

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17 October

The Troop was everything I want in a horror book. It was disgusting, shocking, horrifying, and yet completely enticing. This book came to me by way of a recommendation from a friend, Jericka, who told me she couldn’t stop thinking about it months later. A quick search on Goodreads revealed a snippet from Stephen King: “The Troop scared the hell out of me.” Ding ding! Jackpot! I really do go for the extreme of horror, and so I couldn’t wait to read. Right away, the book hooks you with the premise: Tapeworms. Giant, genetically modified, horrific, devour-you-from-the-inside tape worms. Patient zero is being… Read more »