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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This time around with Earthworm Gods II, you get less of the emotion and character but you get a full fledged natural disaster of violence, mystical creatures, and a little more of the Labyrinth from other Keene novels.

Deluge” – This is how the world ends. I honestly can’t wait to find out more about this multiverse. Fans of Keene will recognize a lot of the concepts as the Labyrinth and the levels therein are referenced. He is one of my favorite Horror authors, and man, when you start to read one of his books, forget about HOPE.

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Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. I read somewhere that someone has mapped it all out and keeps track of all the references and cross connections and I believe it.

He is the author of over forty books, mostly in the horror, crime, and dark fantasy genres. The whole time I read Part 1 of this book I was itching all over Don’t forget the fungus, b Earthworm Gods!

Brian Keene ‘Earthworm Gods II: Deluge’ Review – Horror Novel Reviews

Starfish men and mermaids who will sing you to your death! Originally presented, chapter by chapter, as a free novel on Brian Keene’s website, this expanded edition of Earthworm Gods II: This is a modern take in deluye mythos, a more bloody, violent and in your face take, and man, what a ride.


There are quite a few enjoyable touches amidst all the action; some very good lines.

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Definitely gonna read ‘Selected Stories’, and some other Brian Keene books. First of all, I always love stories where the weather is a factor in the story. Brian Keene is one of, if not the only, horror author who I still regularly read. However, now I want to read the first novel. I also hope to see Simon and the Black Delyge again! Sign in with Facebook Sign in options.

Last one Free shipping. While you don’t have to read his other works save Earthworm Gods to understand this, its connection to the Labyrinth will make you want to read his other works. That’s not saying that the characterization was poor. Picking up where Earthworm Gods The Conqueror Worms left off, we continue to follow Sarah and Kevin as they fight to survive the never ending rain and the terrifying creatures that come with it.

Before long you have a gds in their fight and survival as well. Having read precious few of Keene’s books, I still recognized plenty of the material from Darkness on the Edge of Town.

Even teared up when some didn’t make it. Preview — Deluge by Brian Keene. The only downside, to me, were the characters. This is the literary equivalent of Creature Double Featurethe old Saturday morning monster show from my youth. Magical forces are at work and it most likely is waaay too late to do much about it. I’m always baffled when people read books in this genre and then complain about the unrealistic plots deeluge “monsters”. Everything is wet, muddy, or covered in a fungus.


You may also like. Then, Jeff Burk came along, and rescued the Conqueror Worms from obscurity, re-releasing it through his Eraserhead Press imprint: Second, sometimes I just need to chill, mentally, and books like this serve that purpose. I was actually a bit disappointed to find it one huge nod to the Cthulhu Mythos, but this decision aside, I can totally understand why Brian Keene delue in this direction.

This is a must godz for fans of Keene and for any lover of horror. What caused all this and what is happening deouge Earth is finally explained, what the worms part in it all was, along eartjworm all the sea creatures. Discover new books on Goodreads.

Brian Keene writes end-of-the-world scenarios with a vengeance. It was also very easy to spot who would survive, who was there to make up the numbers and be killed and who would make a gallant sacrifice to ensure the survival of those expected to survive.

Deluge: The Conqueror Worms II

Martin Paperback, The novel is well edited and I only saw two typos, and poor editing is one of my pet i. Told through Keene, vampire mermaids, flying piranha, giant worms, crabs and squid, shark humans, star fish humans and white liquidating fuzzy fungus all seems real and terrifying. View all 4 comments. 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.

I find reading wretched monster books to be very relaxing. It’s more of a tribute to how good those two were in the first story.