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The Origin of the CrabsTo that nightmarish form that was rapidly approaching its huge claws waving in the air its powerful jaws opening and closing in anticipati I've heard that Guy N Smith is seeing something of a revival Somehow I missed reading any of his books before even during my horror phases I saw this in a used book store and gave it a goOn a remote Scottish estate an evil laird controls the whole vicinity People begin to die killed by giant crabs One of the men's brother comes into town and starts to investigate It's a lot like a late era Hammer or AIP horror movie in print Pretty good if you like that kind of thing

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Download The Origin of the Crabs Doc ´ 186 pages Û Guy n. smith Ï ❮Ebook❯ ➥ The Origin of the Crabs ➦ Author Guy N. Smith – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Rouse suddenly let out a piercing SCREAM releasing him from the paralysis of sheer terror in which those malevolent red eyeRouse suddenly let out a piercing SCREAM releasing him from the paralysis of sheer terror in which those malevolent red eyes had held him I Guy N Smith we gonna have words I got beef Having sat through three of the crabs novels I think I understand you as an author It’s abundantly clear to me that you have two beloved topics poaching and the Loch Ness MonsterI was okay with that I’m resigned to the fact that there’s going to be a poacher someone who catches poachers or both in every Crabs novel after the first Do you know why I indulged that obsession?Because of the Loch Ness MonsterIn every one of these crustacean focused tomes of butchery the same conversation plays outSpeaker #1 Giant goddamn crabsSpeaker #2 That's ridiculous You might as well believe in the Loch Ness Monster Both laugh But now we have the crabs in bloody Scotland and I get hopeful I grew up as a fundamentalist Loch Ness Monster believer Hell I love Nessie enough that I slipped her into the cover of my first book There is no type of media where the appearance of the Loch Ness Monster will not delight meSo I become invested in your story of a cruel castle laird who realizes killer crabs are spawning in his loch although I'm amused that his greatest worry is that they'll affect tourist dollars I did kind of wonder why he didn't recognize the giant crabs as the scourge of the British Commonwealth but I put it aside Hell you don't tell us we're reading a preuel until the last two pagesThat's okay I'm here for NessieThe story isn't bad; it'd work perfectly as a 1970's HammerAmicus horror flick or a Third Doctor story My excitement builds when we finally have a character opine that the crab's loch might be connected to Loch Ness Suddenly I wondered Are we getting a Loch Ness Monster on crab battle? I mean that gonzo scenario seemed surprisingly possible given the fact that you had been foreshadowing Nessie's appearance for three goddamn books and we ended up in fucking ScotlandBut no my friends We are doomed to disappointment Instead of Nessie we are left with an ending so dark that I laughed out loud from the mean absurdityOh I almost forgot our series misogyny tallyWomen Protagonists of the Crab SeriesBook 1 Exists for the protagonist to put exposition in her ears and other things into her pantsBook 2 Con woman nymphomaniac who steals money so she can rent a sex hotel room and lounge naked inside it all dayBook 3 Waitress who's main goal is to have our hero accidentally impregnate her to get out of her little town Also as to that whole origin thing? The book basically spends four sentences across its entire length confirming the guesses that every character had in the first two novels Hope you weren't expecting a dramatic revealSo should you read this? There is a scene where our villain comes upon a crab that having just swallowed a cat whole has a wiggling tail sticking out of its mouthThat should be enough for you to decide if this is for you

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N panic he turned and tried to scramble up the slippery rockface But his feet could not grip; slowly he began sliding back down ever closer This may be the greatest book I have ever read I'm not sure I grasped what the crabs' origin was though some kind of Russian nuclear accident maybe? It doesn't matter really we're just here for the 'frenzy of terrible crustacean carnage'