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Furry little rodents, slowly chewing their food away What food? Well, that's another story.An old abandoned house in East London, surrounded by trees and bushes, so long inhabited almost no one remembered it was still out there But it was An unwary vagrant enters it, totally oblivious in his own drunkenness, he never made it out Something festers inside the house, and now, now it won't be long before it starts to spread out into the city, to feed again And againDo you like rats? Well, you are certainly not going to love themafter this one Nasty, gruesome, gory, just excellent A few anticlimactic chapters, but other than that Ratness perfection It's everything you can expect from a horror rat novel And then add some!Still remaining, the movie (1982)Until next time,Pequeños peludos roedores, lentamente masticando su comida Qué comida? Bueno, eso es otra historia.Una vieja casa abandonada en el este de Londres, rodeada de árboles y arbustos, deshabitada desde hace tanto tiempo que ya casi nadie recuerda que está ahí afuera Pero ahí está Un vagabundo incauto entra, totalmente perdido en su ebriedad, nunca vuelve a salir Algo putrefacto crece dentro de la casa, y ahora, ahora no va a tardar mucho en esparcirse a través de la ciudad, para alimentarse otra vez Y otra vezTe gustan las ratas? Bueno, ciertamente no vas quererlas mucho más después de esto Asqueroso, repulsivo, sangriento, simplemente excelente Un par de capítulos anticlimáticos, pero más allá de eso Perfección ratona Es todo lo que podés esperar de una novela de horror de ratas Y todavía más!Queda pendiente la película (1982)Hasta la próxima, Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend Gory, shocking, and moderately offensive, The Rats reads like a campy Bmovie train wreck one doesn't want to watch but cannot look away from. By gnawing through a dike, even a rat may drown a nation.Edmund BurkeThere are rats and then there are RATS A scientist has brought back an oversized rat from a radioactive island, and he begins breeding it with the local London rats These rats are famous in their own right for bringing down Londonthan once with plague in the long, distant past Obviously, we all need bigger rats, right? That would be a negatory Rats do what rats do best which is out rabbit rabbits in the area of fornication and reproduction It doesn’t take long for an army of gigantic rats to emerge from the sewers and the underground and begin to attack the most plentiful species in Londonrather tasty British people Now a rat, singular, even a big rat, is not a huge problem for a reasonably fit person to handle, especially if they can find something to club the furry beast with Zombies are easy to handle one at a time as well and only become dangerous when you find yourself surrounded by a herd of the decaying creatures The same principle applies to rats; small rats or big rats, an army of them is extremely dangerous You might kill one or two, but while you are killing them, another rat has gnawed off your ear, and another is slurping the tendons out of the back of your leg Harris, our hero, a teacher by trade, has been in the front lines of this pestilent rat infestation simply because, geographically, the rats emerged near where he lives He finds himself helping the government to find ways to best eradicate the creatures, and meanwhile he is in a race to find the scientist who brought this apocalypse to London Another little tidbit, a bloody crumb to add to the mix, is that the bite of these rats is toxic People who are bit die within twentyfour hours That makes everything just a bittricky I remember the first time I saw a rat I was a youngster and was digging through a heap of scrap iron on the farm looking for a bar that would make a passable Arthurian sword when I noticed a snout and beady eyes looking at me The rat leaped out, not at me, though at the time I thought he was coming for my eyes He was fat and larger than I envisioned rats to be He’d obviously been living well from his burrow in the scrap, probably stealing chicken feed from the nearby henhouse He was gone in a flash of black fur, slashing the air for balance with his sinister naked tail This is James Herbert’s first book He received a lot of harsh criticism for his graphic depictions of mutilations from the rats attacking people This criticism, which money can’t buy gold like this, increased the public’s interest in reading the book The paperback sold out in three weeks A career was launched A movie called Deadly Eyes (1982) was made based on the book Dachshunds were dressed up in rat suits, which sounds weird enough to make me want to see the movie He wrote twosequels and became a bestselling horror writer The writing in this book is at times clumsy He was certainly still learning his craft, but he already had a grasp of what people want They want to be scared They want to be shocked If you wish to seeof my most recent book and movie reviews, visit also have a Facebook blogger page at:

  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • The Rats
  • James Herbert
  • English
  • 10 September 2019
  • 9780333761182

About the Author: James Herbert

James Herbert was Britain's number one bestselling writer (a position he held ever since publication of his first novel) and one of the world's top writers of thriller/horror fiction He was one of our greatest popular novelists, whose books are sold in thirty three other languages, including Russian and Chinese Widely imitated and hugely influential, his 19 novels have sold than 42 million


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