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Click, click, click, click.

Phillipsport, Maine, is a quaint and peaceful seaside village. But when hundreds of creatures pour out of the ocean and attack, its residents must take up arms to drive the beasts back. They are the Clickers, giant, venomous, bloodthirsty crabs from the depths of the sea. The only warning to their rampage of dismemberment and death is the terrible clicking of their claws. But these monsters aren't merely here to ravage and pillage. They are being driven onto land by fear. 

Something is hunting the Clickers. Something ancient and without mercy. Deadite Press is proud to present the authors' preferred version of J. F. Gonzalez and Mark Williams' gore-soaked, cult-classic tribute to the giant monster B-movies of yesteryear. 

"Miss those glory days of cheap'n'nasty bone-crunching horror? They're back. Clickers will eat you up and spit you out!" (Peter Atkins, screenwriter for Hellraiser II and III and Wishmaster)

©2011 Cathy Gonzalez (P)2021 David N. Wilson

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  • 総合評価
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ナレーション
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ストーリー
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Chasity
  • 2021/04/29

Fantastic Story

I have been waiting forever for this book to come out on audible. Was not disapointed

  • 総合評価
    3 out of 5 stars
  • ナレーション
    4 out of 5 stars
  • ストーリー
    3 out of 5 stars
  • Old ManParker
  • 2021/07/05

H.P. Lovecraft's Deep Ones meets "The Birds"

“CLICKERS” feels like Hitchcock’s “The Birds” as nature goes to war with mankind in a small sea side town. Soon, however, it turns into a better then average Lovecraftian mythos tale.

WHATS da’ STORY Morning GORY?
And GORY is da’ word in this weird tale where the favorite modes of death are:
A.) Intestines pulled out and “chowed down on”.
B.) Head bitten off (“crunch!”)
C.) Tug of war in which two monsters pull a person (or child) apart.
YEP, Giant deadly red crab monsters from the cosmic depths arrive with a massive terrible ocean storm.
These vicious-fishes mix the worst parts of a man eating crab with an acid spitting scorpion.
They crawl up the beach in the thousands and nearly wipe out a small, quaint, sea-side vacation town.
...and after they attack, then the really bad things arrive.


RATING:
It was better written than I’d hoped.

“Clickers” is a strong Mythos tale from the H. P. Lovecraft deeply creepy world of Dagon.
Sure, some characters go insane when faced with Lovecraftian horror.
Others doing the exact stupid things you should never ever do if you’re in a ‘monster novel’.

But, few characters in “Where monster’s dwell” scenarios actually know that they are in a horror story and/or a monster movie. So who knows what people would really do in that kind of an event?

The author suffers form “white man syndrome”.
Though he’s a good writer, I think he has a unenlightened psyche that has backward views of minorities and women. He writes some mildly degrading slights. Case in point:

1.) He has the red neck bad-guys mouth all the vile slurs, yet ... still some really bad things do happen to seemingly guiltless minority characters for no-good reason except maybe to foster a surprisingly gory sense of fear that no one is safe from the monsters.

2.) The women stayed in the back and ‘clucked’ ( like “mother hen”s ) over Tommy - (a young boy.) while the men-folk figure out how to get out of the monster infested town. Women cry and weep and fall into men’s arms. (The strain taking it’s toil). “Rick wished he had time to assure the women everything will be OK.”

3.) He repeats a few times how a lesbian couple makes love each night “for hours”. A common adolescent male fantasy scenario that did nothing to move the plot along.

It could be that the author, knowing that the 100 year old stories of H P Lovecraft had fairly unenlightened ideas about social and cultural differences and he is mimicking Lovecraft’s mental views for a more light “Lovecraftian” flavor in his story.
Now that would be clever, not very socially sensitive, but cleaver indeed.

  • 総合評価
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ナレーション
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ストーリー
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Greg
  • 2021/05/31

The Creature Feature

Everything you could ask for from an 80's horror movie in print form. One of my favorite gorefest creatures munching stories.

  • 総合評価
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ナレーション
    5 out of 5 stars
  • ストーリー
    5 out of 5 stars
  • EfrenR
  • 2021/05/27

Great Pulpy Fun!

Really enjoyed this story when I read it and truly enjoyed the job the narrator did with it