Slugs - by Horror Novelist, Shaun Hutson
In the town of Merton, a horrifying reality lurks beneath the summer heat.
As one female slug lays one and a half million eggs annually, a new breed emerges, growing and multiplying with insatiable appetites. In the waist-high grass and dank cellars, these slugs develop new tastes—cravings for blood, for flesh, especially human flesh. The town is thrust into a nightmare as it becomes a breeding ground for terror.
Renowned as Britain's greatest living horror author, Shaun Hutson crafts a chilling narrative that grips readers with relentless suspense. His mastery in keeping readers on the edge is evident, recognized by publications like Dark Side, Time Out, and SFX Magazine. Hutson, hailed by the Sunday Times as the one who dares to write what others only imagine, unleashes a visceral horror experience in "Slugs."
Shaun Hutson's "Slugs" unfolds as a classic horror story, delving into the dark and gruesome world of these seemingly harmless creatures. The narrative explores the terrifying consequences faced by the people of Merton, where one female slug can lay an alarming one and a half million eggs annually. As the town basks in summer heat, a new breed of slugs emerges, growing and multiplying with an insatiable appetite for blood and flesh, particularly human flesh. The horror intensifies in the waist-high grass and dank cellars, unveiling a nightmare that lurks beneath the surface of everyday life.
Hutson, recognized as the Godfather of Gore, skilfully crafts a chilling tale that captivates readers with its relentless suspense and visceral horror.
One female slug can lay one and half million eggs a year- a fact which holds terrifying consequences for the people of Merton. As the town basks in the summer heat, a new breed of slug is growing and multiplying. In the waist-high grass, in the dank, dark cellars they are acquiring new tastes, new cravings. For blood. For flesh. Human flesh...
"Britain's greatest living horror author." —Dark Side
"An expert in the art of keeping the reader turning the pages." - Time Out
"Hutson writes grippingly." —SFX Magazine
"The one that writes what others only dare imagine." SUNDAY TIMES
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