Breeding Ground - Shaun Hutson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0843925442 / Publisher: Leisure Books / Published: January 1991 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... the same type of slugs cause chaos in London. A Doctor Alan Finch is the first person to suspect that slugs are responsible ... more
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by - written on 13/10/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I like a bit of Shaun Hutson, a British horror writer with more of an edge than Koontz and Masterton. With a mixture of preconceived bias and wary trepidation, I set about getting stuck into Breeding Ground. My bias is because I generally like Hutson's work and I was wary because I've already read Slugs, to which Breeding Ground is the follow up instalment. I didn't massively enjoy Slugs, but what did I think about Breeding Ground? I'll explain the plot below then give my opinions. Where Slugs was set in a small commuter town, Breeding Ground sees the same type of slugs cause chaos in London. A Doctor Alan Finch is the first person to suspect that slugs are ... Read the complete review
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