Breeding Ground Paperback – 29 August 2006
- Publisher : Dorchester Pub Co Inc (29 August 2006)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 339 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0843957417
- ISBN-13 : 978-0843957419
- Dimensions : 10.16 x 2.54 x 17.15 cm
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80s stile horrorReviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 February 2008
This is a great fast paced enjoyable read. If your one of these people who needs everything explained then don't read it because you'll end up pretty unhappy. If on the other hand you loved 80s horror movies that made your skin crawl but didn't waste a lot of time explaining how the monster came about you'll love it. Its action packed and i'll definately be reading her other three books now.
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Five StarsReviewed in Canada on 14 July 2017
Great book, worth buying to go along with the sequel!
James A. Dawley
Sarah Pinborough's "Breeding Ground"Reviewed in the United States on 29 October 2007
although I should wait to finish this book.. I have to say that "HOLY BANANAS" This book starts off with a bang.. one second err two pages it's all nice and cozy.. then BAM!! It hits you with a baseball bat (or a cricket bat if your English :P ) This is the third novel by Sarah and it's so far the best I've read.. It makes one of the best "end of the world" novels I've read so far...and I'm only in the first 25% of the book. The Characters and settings draw you in so much that it makes you feel as if your there inside the body of the main character walking downtown of the city he lives in. which at one point in the book I wouldn't have minded. Till Scary stuff starts. It's like your favorate Horror movie.. Gald to watch it.. hate to live it. I guess that would be "Love to read it... hate to live it" then for the book. :P PICK uo her novels.. you will not be upset by the choice.
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Lots of Holes in the Story that dont get answeredReviewed in the United States on 1 January 2009
I will start of by saying this book was more interesting to read then "The Hidden". The story line here moves at a nice pace but leaves a lot of holes in the plot that dont get answered. Like how did all these women from all over the world suddenly become pregnant? Also how did is suddenly start affecting men two thirds into the story? What are they? a new breed of lifeform or a alien race invading the earth? Also IF they can 'cast' or spin webs from their "fingers" why not use them to trap prey or to climb up or over things? I hope there is a sequel to this book that answers a lot of these questions or I'm going to feel like I did when I was reading that zombie book (both title and author shall remain nameless due to the way he ended his book) that also left the reader hanging scratching his head asking "What the smeg is going on here?"
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Beware the widows.Reviewed in the United States on 28 October 2007
Sarah Pinborough's apocalyptic novel is a quick and fun read. Lacking an explanation of the sudden turn of events doesn't matter. The story moves along quickly and is entertaining. As you follow along the story, you see where some parts are heading and the author writes some descriptive horror moments sure to engross the reader. Although the ending seemed a bit weak and rushed (maybe making way for Breeding Ground 2?)this book is sure to satisfy the needs of any horror reader.