I know, I know, you’re thinking, “Why on earth would anyone read a book called Earth Worm Gods II: Deluge? Well, first off, there were a lot of unanswered. Deluge has ratings and 51 reviews. Ken said: Although sequels are rarely as good as the original, Earthworm Gods II: Deluge was close. Keene follows. Earthworm Gods II Deluge In Brian Keene’s cult-classic, Earthworm Gods, global super-storms decimated the planet, eradicating most of.
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The continuation will make fans of the earlier novel happy by expanding upon the concepts of the first book and delivering something close to a conclusion. And just what is the deal with that white mold growing on everything?
You are commenting using your Twitter account. I did enjoy reading both books but I found it a bit off putting that he made so many obvious errors delube it comes to the physics of what is actually possible. Nontheless, it is a fast paced read with little fat. I highly recommend this, and the other Earthworm books, to anyone looking for an exciting, horrifying story, great characters, and plain, old fashioned good writing.
It’s more of a tribute to how good those two were in the first story. Overall, Earthworm Gods II is good, not great. The prose is crisp and the pace swift as the characters battle eaarthworm survive in a flooded and constantly raining world. It’s like ui people flicking on a sit-com. Keene can be hit or miss but this is one of his hits, for sure.
Destroying every Universe, Having evil fun! Tentacles that drag you down, hope you can hold your breath! Ratings and Reviews Write a review. We learn more about the Labyrinth, the origins the various universes that comprise it and why the Thirteen want to destroy it.
Will certainly be checking out many more of his books, especially since there apparently is a mythos that ties many of them together. This story ties into Keene’s “Labyrinth Mythos,” but, with the other Earthworm books, stands on it’s own.
Brian Keene ‘Earthworm Gods II: Deluge’ Review
For die hard fans looking for explanations as to who the Thirteen are and the back story to the Eafthworm Lodge, you must pick up this book because it does a great job for providing a set up for his upcoming first book in the Labyrinth series “The Seven”! Many of the characters are new, but the narrative picks up where the last book ended.
See the other authors section. As the last of the mountains sink beneath the waves, the survivors make a desperate final stand. The second book is only slightly less terrifying because having been introduced to Keene’s landscape, I was already on edge ab After reading the first book in this series, ‘The Conqueror Worms’ since renamed the Earthworm Gods I was terrified by the thought of monsoons, or non-ceasing rain.
With the sharp characterization under Keene’s pen you soon delugs to know the Brian Keene proves he is a master of horror once again in this sequel to Xeluge Gods.
All in all, I’m liking what Keene is doing with his saga and can’t wait to jump into the next one to see where it leads. Notify me of new comments via email. Now, the battle continues. Otherwise, Deluge reads just fine as a standalone novel. Fans of Walking Dead should have no problem embracing these books of bareboned survivalist horror.
Vintage Paperback Books Paperback Books. You actually spent time with several of the main characters and understood their emotions, motivations, and the terror and confusion they felt about the world ending around them in a massive flood. But their possible salvation may be worse than their looming extinction….
Deluge: The Conqueror Worms II by Brian Keene
A great follow-up to the first book. We blend some old characters with a bunch of new ones and we are finally sat down and told exactly how bad the situation, which we already knew was really really bad, is.
Moreover, while the book is titled Earthworm Gods II: Show More Show Less. Could have used some editing in parts. The monsters are creative, if delugf little silly and the ending feels rushed. I loved the characters; they were realistic enough to me that I was sad when one would die and angry when others did not.
I’ve read about ten of Brian Keene’s books, and I always enjoy them. Also fans of his other books xeluge or “Dark Hallow” will enjoy the references and Easter eggs sprinkled about this book. So, yes, there’s still a whole lot of rain, and Brian Keene’s merciless bleakness, but I love how the characters keep on truckin’, or should I say, floatin’. If you are a Brian Keene fan or just a horror ki in general this is a book not to be missed. In the midst of this ecological nightmare, the remnants of humanity fought against a supernatural menace in a war that ranged from the rooftops of submerged cities to the mountaintop islands jutting from the sea.
CD Audiobook 0 editions. A prolific public speaker, Keene has delivered talks at conventions, college campuses, theaters, and inside Central Intelligence Agency gosd in Langley, VA. It is not explained why he was tortured nor the motivations for what he did.
That said, this is a very enjoyable book and hard to put down. Keene weaves the horror of this world so well that even the fungus becomes a main character. With that said, it’s a lot of fun.
Search for a book to add delugw reference. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. I was especially happy to read the type of Keene work I’ve come to glds after having not been extremely thrilled with the last few. With the sharp characterization under Keene’s pen you soon come to know the characters as well as you do your own friends.
I especially enjoy the mythology he’s developed that connects all of his stories together: Other books in the series. Keene also oversees Maelstrom, his own small press publishing imprint specializing in collectible limited editions, via Thunderstorm Books. Immersive Sequel Finished the book in two days.