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  • Slime author John Halkin
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  • 24 May 2020
  • 9780099338406

John Halkin  9 review

review Slime author John Halkin 109 Mears of luminescant slimeBut the final horror starts when they begin to breed For now their young appear in reservoirs and storage tanksslipping through drainpipes and water taps And humankind faces ghoulish extinction. Slime started out promisingly with loads of action and grisly death scenes but the middle of the book becomes a bit bogged down by what only feels like filler It lost me a bit as a result although the hospital ward climax reinvigorated my interest It s excessively long at 252 pages and it has these annoying odd chapter breaks Some chapters are a page or less while others drone on for 30 pages Pacing as a result was a bit uneven The most disappointing aspect is that the front cover and back cover teases the idea of these creatures invading faucets and causing all kinds of mayhem through such a terrorizing concept However it turns out that that only plays a VERY SMALL role in the book and it happens near the end and is left largely unexplored Therefore the switch and bait does Slime absolutely no flavors Don t get me wrong I enjoyed it enough to rate it 3 stars out of 5 but the cover and premise seemed to hold high promise again as far as these trashy pulp horror books are concerned that in my opinion was barely scratched A shame then but I hear good things about this author s other similar works Slither and Suelch I have a copy of John Halkin s Slither staring at me and I ll have to get around to reading that one some time soon I hope it will be better than Slime which while somewhat enjoyable failed to hit all the right notes I was hoping for Saint Charbel promisingly with loads of action and grisly death scenes but the middle of the book becomes a bit bogged down by what only feels like filler It lost me a bit as a result although the hospital ward climax reinvigorated my interest It s excessively long at 252 World Religions A Sourcebook for Students of Christian Theology pages and it has these annoying odd chapter breaks Some chapters are a Advanced ECG 2nd ED pages Pacing as a result was a bit uneven The most disappointing aspect is that the front cover and back cover teases the idea of these creatures invading faucets and causing all kinds of mayhem through such a terrorizing concept However it turns out that that only Source Book of Medical History plays a VERY SMALL role in the book and it happens near the end and is left largely unexplored Therefore the switch and bait does Slime absolutely no flavors Don t get me wrong I enjoyed it enough to rate it 3 stars out of 5 but the cover and Get Your Lump on with Lumpy Space Princess premise seemed to hold high The Cordax Mondotta The Adventures of Avery Avedaan #1 promise again as far as these trashy Domingo Franco Patriot and Martyr of the Philippine Revolution pulp horror books are concerned that in my opinion was barely scratched A shame then but I hear good things about this author s other similar works Slither and Suelch I have a copy of John Halkin s Slither staring at me and I ll have to get around to reading that one some time soon I hope it will be better than Slime which while somewhat enjoyable failed to hit all the right notes I was hoping for

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review Slime author John Halkin 109 Lves lovingly to their victims' bodies Then stingingparalysingfeeding Nothing can stop them not even on dry land Thousands surge over the beachesfight their way inland up creeks and riversleaving behind their telltale s. I also love the cover to this book Back when I was an impressionable young teen the sight of a topless women covered in slime with a bad haircut reflective of the age excited me rather than it should have Mutant jellyfish in the water pipes Awesome Our Minnesota a History for Children pipes Awesome

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review Slime author John Halkin 109 A boy accidentally fallen overboarda child in a paddling poolan old man taking a daily swimThese are their first preyThey arrive originally in ones and twos deadly jellyfish eager to feast on human fleshAttaching themse. This was actually pretty damn good Jellyfish get a taste for human flesh and attack mankind Makes me glad that it isn t beach season