Skitter Sie sind da Und sie sind nicht aufzuhalten Fleischfressende Spinnen haben Los Angeles Oslo Delhi und Rio de Janeiro befallen Millionen von Menschen sind weltweit gestorben Da gibt die Wissenschaftle

  • Title: Skitter
  • Author: Ezekiel Boone
  • ISBN: 9781501125072
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sie sind da Und sie sind nicht aufzuhalten Fleischfressende Spinnen haben Los Angeles, Oslo, Delhi und Rio de Janeiro befallen Millionen von Menschen sind weltweit gestorben Da gibt die Wissenschaftlerin Melanie Guyer Entwarnung Die Spinnen sterben, die Plage scheint berstanden In Japan wird ein Kokon gefunden, der Spinneneier gigantischen Ausma es enSie sind da Und sie sind nicht aufzuhalten Fleischfressende Spinnen haben Los Angeles, Oslo, Delhi und Rio de Janeiro befallen Millionen von Menschen sind weltweit gestorben Da gibt die Wissenschaftlerin Melanie Guyer Entwarnung Die Spinnen sterben, die Plage scheint berstanden In Japan wird ein Kokon gefunden, der Spinneneier gigantischen Ausma es enth lt In Los Angeles verlassenen berlebende die Quarant nezone mit Waffengewalt Weltweit m ssen die Regierungen einsehen Der Ausnahmezustand kann nicht aufgehoben werden Jetzt muss die Pr sidentin der USA mit einer schrecklichen Nachricht an die Presse Jeder ist auf sich alleine gestellt Nervenzerrei ende Spannung Gegen diesen Thriller haben Sie keine Chance

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    1. Ezekiel Boone

      I live in upstate New York with my wife and kids Whenever I travel and say I m from New York, people think I mean NYC, but we live about three hours north of New York City Our house is five minutes outside of a university town We re far enough out of town that, at night, it s dark No Darker than that Dark enough that, if you re not careful, you might fall off the small cliff at the edge of my property If you re lucky, the water will be up enough to break your fall If you re not lucky, please sign a waiver before you come to visit I ve got two unruly dogs who are mostly friendly Well, that s not true The part about them being unruly is true, but one of them is the most friendly dog you ve ever met, and the other dog isn t They are good writing partners, though they spend a lot of their day curled up in front of the wood burning stove and ignoring me Unless I m making lunch They pay attention to me then The Ezekiel Boone website is ezekielboone, but I ve also got a nifty website for THE HATCHING at TheHatchingBook It has a cool map and some other bells and whistles You can also follow me on Facebook or follow me on Instagram if you are so inclined and like the idea of occasionally seeing photos of my dogs If you ve read this far, I should mention that THE HATCHING is Ezekiel Boone s first book, but it s not actually my first book I also write under the name Alexi Zentner Alexi Zentner s books are pretty different from Ezekiel Boone s.

    361 thoughts on “Skitter”

    1. 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 laying eggs inside his body so that at some undetermined future date he'd suddenly split open so that spiders could go ahead and eat some other peopleat's not to say that nothing happens in this book [...]


    2. 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.Because it's SPIDERS! Waves and waves of all kinds of spiders, quick eggs, exploding people, feeding frenzy, and many many cities are lost. It's total chaos! And here's book two. The fast feeding is almost done. N [...]


    3. 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 series has.This series is captivating, engaging and completely terrifying. I've never read a book that has had me both enthralled with the horribleness of it and also jumping and itching at every little [...]


    4. The question they should have been asking was how much worse could it get?I lovedThe 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 carnivorous spiders invade the world. Does this catch your interest? Stop reading this review and go pick up the first book now.The series (at least so far) does an excellent job at both addicting, fast-paced thril [...]


    5. 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 ended (with an annoying cliffhanger gah!) and the world thinks the worst is over, the spiders are dead. The world is in ruin, but at least the danger is over, or is it? Now it seems that what happened in [...]


    6. angelerin/2016/11Thank 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 get my hands on the sequel, Skitter. Even though the first one made me want to set my house on fire when I saw a spider I knew I had to read the next one. Skitter definitely gave me the heebie jeebies as well. Damn spiders are [...]


    7. 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/monster story.This is the second book about some mysterious spiders hatching after their discovery in Nasca and taking over the world. By now, millions of people have died in the first wave of attack, many [...]


    8. “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 are being used as breeding grounds and as food and the United States is in pieces. Other parts of the world are also discovering these egg sacs, and researchers are scrambling to find out [...]


    9. 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 hell. I've spent the whole read feeling itchy and I keep noticing cobwebs everywhere I'd honestly rather deal with zombies; if we can choose our End of the World theme, it's not going to be the spiderpoca [...]


    10. 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 doneverywell!We start right whereThe Hatchingleft off, (which was with a cliffhanger), and I found it quite easy to slip right back into this world-well, what's left of it, anyway. I keep expecting some kind of weird Star Trek time anomaly or something, because I just can't believe what's happened with the United States and the planet. Ezekiel Boone does not shy a [...]


    11. Ezekiel Boone, why are you doing this to me? You can't leave me hanging like this!!!! How long will I have to wait, unable to move or scream or even blink, for the third book?If you weren't terrified of spiders before this series if book one didn't increase that fear tenfold then this book HAD to have seriously upped the scary level enough to produce some semblance of a reaction. Like man-eating swarms of spiders wasn't enough like spiders that cut a hole and slip into your body unnoticed and la [...]


    12. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I am really enjoying this series. I have had a copy of this book for a long time. I had planned to read it around the publication date but for some reason it didn't happen. I am glad that I was able to get to it now because it really is a great story. This is the second book in the Hatching series which is a series that really does need to be read in order since this is a continuation of the story from the first book. I ended up enjo [...]


    13. This isn’t any sort of brilliant observation. There is this guy who is famous in copywriting circles, and I don’t know what it says about people that his observation is considered insightful or that people paid him a bunch of money to teach them this basic idea. But his thing is when you’re writing an ad, or I guess any piece of persuasive writing, the job of the headline is to get someone’s attention. Or to put it in the way that is supposed to make his observation unique, it’s to get [...]


    14. Skitter continues right where The Hatching ended. The first wave of spiders has died but the second wave is comingJust like the first book, this reads like a gripping action movie that you can't help but stare at incredulously whilst wishing you weren't seeing/feeling half of what you are. I'm surprised at how well all the different perspectives worked. It never became confusing at all. I liked that there was more emphasis on the human stories this time around. A great blend of horror, adventure [...]


    15. I would like to thank Edelweiss, Atria Books, and Ezekiel Boone for the advanced digital copy in exchange for an honest review. This is Boone's second installment in The Hatching trilogy and it certainly did not disappoint. The race for mankind is still underway against the terrible infestation of flesh-eating spiders. This story is certainly not for the feint of heart. I am looking forward to the next chapter of this heart pounding tale.


    16. Ahoy there me mateys! I know that I just reviewed the first novel of this series, the hatching, yesterday. But I just couldn’t help but need more of the swarm of massive creepy flesh eating spiders. I had to know what happened next! This review won’t contain spoilers but well it does talk about a sequel so if ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril . . .So first of all, this is a series where ye should definitely read book one first. Secondly I did [...]


    17. This book left me feeling ambivalent, as I did enjoy the book and I recognise that Ezekiel Boone is a good writer but the story didn't have the punch of the first and seemed to mainly tread water before the next book. The story starts off well and kept my attention, but by the end I felt like very little progress was made and wondered what had happened to the exciting story of the first book in the series. Despite the issues I have, I will definitely read the next instalment as I would really li [...]


    18. Ezekiel Boone has the talent to write a story that makes you squirm in your seat with discomfort but never stop READING! The Hatching was probably my favorite read of 2016 & this one is going to go over huge with 2017 readers!


    19. I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Excellent second book in the Hatching series. The thing I like most about this book (and series) is how the author uses short vignettes with non-characters across the country and in several nations to create an incredible amount tension and move the plot forward, all without losing the viewpoint of the main characters.Good stuff!


    20. Skitter. It's what comes next. A rare sequel to outshine its predecessor. Marginally, but enough to make a difference. Or maybe I was more in the mood for it. Either way, arachnopocalypse continues with this story that takes up right where the first one leaves off. More creepy crawly terror, all star cast returns and this time it seems less overwhelming to juggle the plotlines, but what I really enjoyed about this one is the author's use of vignette storytellingapters of nonrecurring onetime cha [...]



    21. I HATE SPIDERS!Skitter by Ezekiel Boone is the continuation of The Hatching and the spiders are winning. If you weren’t afraid of spiders before, you will be after reading about the spider apocalypse.Millions of people around the world are dead and there is no end in sight.Melanie never thought she would become the most important woman in the world…but, here she is and the pressure is intense as she struggles to save the world.Would she succeed?Agent Mike Rich had been at ground zero, findin [...]


    22. Reading the series is probably not my best decision I've ever made, this is way too disturbing for my poor heart. I hate spiders, I hate them so much. While the spiders in the first book didn't scare me so much, this second book is just horrifying. We get less gruesome killings for the first half of the book and way more planning for the future and how to survive the apocalypse, but what spiders we get are just the worst. The spiders in the first book felt fake, somehow it never registered in my [...]


    23. 4.5 stars They’re back and I have been waiting too long to read this sequel! The spider’s infestation has infected the whole world including the U.S. Every country is coming up with their own plan of attack to rid themselves of this deadly crisis. These black-legged creatures are making their way into barns, homes, garages, anyplace which is dark enough for them to lay their egg sacs. It’s staggering the amount of egg sacs these arachnids are producing and it’s staggering the number of a [...]



    24. I really enjoyed The Hatching so it was a no brainer to continue with the series.Everyone breathes a sigh of relief. The spiders have died. Could it be over? Is it time to rebuild and get back to life as they know it? Not so fast.Scientists and experts have been studying the spiders and the egg sacs discovered hidden across the planet. They find some horrifying indications that the worst is yet to come. When it all starts falling apart again it’s every man for themselves as countries are devas [...]


    25. This was entertaining enough, but it just felt like more of the same from the first book. There were some great creepy "cocooning the prey" scenes, but I feel as if I'm at the same point I was at the end of the first book. Waiting for the sh*t to really hit the fan. So.hopefully we'll get that in the third and final book.


    26. I keep hoping for more from this series, and being--while not disappointed exactly, certainly not overly enthusiastic either. I want more action! I want more spiders! Stop talking so much and showing me random people committing suicide! We know that stuff is happening, it always happens in a disaster scenario. That doesn't mean I want to read a whole chapter about it. I'm not in love but I desperately want to be. Hopefully the third one will have the climactic action scenes I want so much.


    27. The Hatching was probably my favorite book of 2016 so I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one. There are some horrifying moments to be sure, but overall it suffers from middle book syndrome. A lot of anticipation but not a lot of action. I love the characterization but many chapters could have been deleted to allow the action to move up. Possibly the significance of the boring sections will be revealed in the final book, but either way there was a lot of filler. We're also left with just as [...]


    28. The good news is, if you haven't read The Hatching yet, you have 6 months before this sequel comes out. The bad news is, if you have read The Hatching you have to wait 6 months for this creepy sequel. And worse yet, I have no idea how long I have to wait for the third book in this series! Next time I see a spider, you will hear me screaming, no matter how far from Michigan you are. Yikes!


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