One thought on “Blight”

  1. They could hurt her no They had done their worst Or so she thought An intense slice of pain, unlike any she had ever before experienced, made her body jerk upright into a sitting position as the moths attacked and conquered areas obscenely tender and private Fucking moths.

  2. I first read this book about 20 odd years ago, and it has stayed with me ever since Having recently re read James Herbert s The Rats, another similarly genred book I read around the same time, I was thrilled to find a copy of Blight on a charity stand as it allowed my to revisit it and see if it was as good as I remembered Of course it wasn t, as my tastes have changed dramatically since I was 15 surprise, that However, I still love the premise of the book hordes of flesh eating moths descend on [...]

  3. Attack of the killer moths A greedy developer clears acres of woods for a all inclusive community The one real problem is the moths He uses a chemical that is unproven to exterminate the pests Once the homes are built and families are moved in, billions and billions of moths descend to feed on their human prey.To be honest, I would give this book a 4.5 stars The loss of that half star is because the author builds up some good tension, but sometimes fails to go all the way with it The really nice [...]

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