Clickers

Clickers

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by JF Gonzalez, Mark Williams
     
 

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Click Click Click Click. Phillipsport, Maine is a quaint and peaceful seaside village. But when hundreds of creatures pour out of the ocean and attack, its residents must take up arms to drive the beasts back. They are the Clickers, giant venomous blood-thirsty crabs from the depths of the sea. The only warning to their rampage of dismemberment and death is the

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Click Click Click Click. Phillipsport, Maine is a quaint and peaceful seaside village. But when hundreds of creatures pour out of the ocean and attack, its residents must take up arms to drive the beasts back. They are the Clickers, giant venomous blood-thirsty crabs from the depths of the sea. The only warning to their rampage of dismemberment and death is the terrible clicking of their claws. But these monsters aren't merely here to ravage and pillage. They are being driven onto land by fear. Something is hunting the Clickers. Something ancient and without mercy. Deadite Press is proud to present the authors' preferred version of J. F. Gonzalez and Mark Williams' gore-soaked cult classic tribute to the giant monster B-movies of yesteryear. "Miss those glory days of cheap'n'nasty bone-crunching horror? They're back. Clickers will eat you up and spit you out!" - Peter Atkins, screenwriter for Hellraiser II & III and Wishmaster

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ISBN-13:
2940012467669
Publisher:
Deadite Press
Publication date:
05/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
181,053
File size:
1 MB

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Clickers 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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If you like old Stephen King or beast that will eat you alive then you will love this book. It will keep you on the edge of your set, get it you're love it. DP Nashville Tn.
DonMassi More than 1 year ago
Wow! I just tore through this book! I'd read 200 pages at a pop and not even realize it, that's how engrossing this book was. I'll admit I'm a huge fan of great monster movies like "Them" or "The Creature from the Black Lgoon", so a book that starts with a small Maine beach town being invaded by prehistoric crab scorpion hybrids is right up my alley. But this book just relentlessly portrays the horror of this invasion and what comes after. Let's just say there is a lot of vividly described bloodshed.... I really liked the main character. While not incredibly complex, I thought it was kind of cool that he was a horror writer. The supporting characters had enough backstory to make them likeable, make us care for them, especially when they're killed in gruesome fashion. For all you monster fans I highly recommend this book. If and when it ever gets made into a movie, I'll definitely buy a ticket!
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Crimson_Sparrow More than 1 year ago
I had been looking for quite some time for a book like this. I'm a serious fan of monster flicks and that is exactly what this is. This is right up there next to Meg and other great books that truly read like a late night creature feature. I recommend this to anyone and everyone.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is more 'American' and contemporary than many of Smith's. But the crab-like critters are great fun. It's gory, suspensful, and exciting. What more can you ask from a beach book? Yes, this is a good one to read on the shore ... if you dare.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Whether you like your seafood served on a platter or splattered across the road, you're in for the ride of your life with this book. Wonderful, fun read. An absolute must for horror buffs who like to gasp. I'm a jaded horror reader and this book surprised me. Just when I thought it was safe to go into the water. . . Will translate wonderfully to a movie. Peter Benchly and Stephen King fans will love this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is no doubt that this story is good, in theory. The premise is a wonderful place to start. Add in a bunch of under-developed characters, a b-movie bad guy and a whole lot of typos and grammatical errors and you have Clickers. This could have been a good book but I was so distracted by the number of errors that I had a tough time. Probably worth a read if you can't find anything else that looks good in the e-book world.