Clickers Never Die by Stephen Kozeniewski & Wile E. Young

A soldier’s tenure develops into being an isolated castaway on a deserted island with only one other inhabitant. A government coverup leads to mind-melting experimentations of extreme hypotheses involving Eurypterid species. The invasion of Clickers upon Earth have taken many distinctive forms over the years. From the 1940’s to modern day, both military and scientific communities have explored these crustacean phenomenas that lead to unexplored dangerous waters.

Originally influenced by Guy N. Smith’s Crab books, authors Stephen Kozeniewski & Wile E. Young have officially received the Clicker baton and are following in the giant footsteps left behind by legendary writers of the series. Their collaboration shines like a beacon of brutality as both imaginative styles mesh successfully as one. Loaded with scorpion like appendaged creatures, lobster-crab monsters and undiscovered beasts of the deep…Clickers Never Die raises the prehistoric specimens bar to a new predatory level.
The attractiveness to this hefty novel for me is not only the creative timeline it holds but also the descriptive chittering, clacking and click-click bone shattering noises these monstrosities make. Ugh, I can still hear them. I also enjoyed the well known “cameos” it provides along with the Clickers alternate meaning of man’s best friend. What can I say, Clickers Never Die is an overall great reading experience that will also satisfy those splatter fans of the genre. Grab your copy and don’t miss what lies in wait beneath the next ebb tide of primal fear. This is a definite five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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