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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SUBMERGED is live (and yes, it’s a surprise sequel to DELUGE: EARTHWORM GODS II)

I realize some readers did not appreciate the out there creatures and extreme fantasy of this book Creatures like shark men, starfish men, giant worms, and an ever-present and pervasive fungus that destroys even mountains.

The only downside, to me, were the characters. Keene brings his usual talents for the strange and unsettling to the table in this sequel to conqueror worms. You are commenting using your WordPress.

Search for a book to add a reference. Email required Address never made public. Vintage Paperback Paperback Books. Recently added by RianFilkillchronotron eartheorm, texvelisboogirl13HoosierLottoRodoKatrina earthwogm, stevefaustericecholscrashdmjdonaldmcobb. Keene follows the same format as the first book.

As the last of the mountains sink beneath the waves, the survivors make a desperate final stand. Want to Read saving…. In addition to his own original work, Keene has written for media properties such as Doctor Who, Hellboy, Masters of the Universe, and Superman.


Second, sometimes I just need to chill, mentally, and books like this serve that purpose. The only downside, to me, were the characters. The Illustrated Collection Books by J. I read somewhere that someone has mapped it goxs out and keeps track of all the references and cross connections and I believe it.

Along the way, we’re greeted to more Lovecraftian-inspired monsters and themes as Earthworm Gods II evolves from a monster movie feel to one of a Lovecraft-inspired world of fantasy.

Deluge: The Conqueror Worms II

See all 5 brand new listings. Deluge is simply fantastic. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Brian Keene writes end-of-the-world scenarios with a delufe. I really enjoyed how Keene pulled no punches with either the outcome or which characters would survive. I am a big fan of post- apocalyptic books and I must say these two books are on my favorites list.

Great immersive description without bogging down the plot, and great world building, or world wrecking I suppose.

It is framed in much the same way as the original Earthworm Gods, in that the first half is from one character’s perspective, then the second half contains a new character detailing their exploits, and how they came to meet the original main character. The prose is crisp and the pace swift as the earthsorm battle to survive in a flooded and constantly raining world.


Could have used some editing in parts.

As the book came to an end, I wanted more, more, more! I earthaorm yet to read Selected Scenes but based on these two novels, I know I made the right decision. So yeah people praise G. Much of the novel details the struggles of those left, trying to survive, coming together, before a last race for hope and salvation. The reader is immediately introduced to a flooding world where it is constantly pouring rain. Deluge is such an excellent novel.

It was fun to read and some of the passages really gave me chills. Show More Show Less.


Although, once you get past Raymond Chandler, pretty much any other pulp fiction can be hit or miss. Earth Worm Gods II: Oct 26, Amby rated it really liked it.

Among these is chicken skin for crappie bait. The father of two sons, Keene lives in rural Pennsylvania. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.

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