alarming ,terrifying, hair-raising , spine-chilling blood-curdling , horrifying , plus nerve-racking, AND unnerving all rolled up in one
Ricky Jarrett knows they're out there. They devoured his parents when he was a kid. Now, in 1983, the man-eating macropods have returned! The American documentary crew and the citizens of Boab will have to fight for survival when the killer roos hop to town. A gleefully gory tale inspired by the pulp fiction nasties of the seventies and eighties
What did I think of it:
five stars OMG this was better then I though it would be, because at the time I got it , I actual picked it up because of cover and I just thought ok so its going to be a little bite scary and that's fine, but its more than that , its alarming ,terrifying, hair-raising , spine-chilling blood-curdling , horrifying , plus nerve-racking, AND unnerving all rolled up in one, it'll have you setting on the edge of your set, this is a book you don't want to read at night time and its the type of book you want to pick up and read anytime you want to feel like that wither its a darkened stormy night or just for a Halloween type read , with me it just reach out and grabbed me and had me hooked, another thing is it reminds me of the old black and white movies , you know the was that was made back in the 50s and 60s,nature-runs-amok and the town peoples have to try and stay alive until the next day or until help comes, I will say that there are a lot of gruesome scenes in this book and if your not into that then this might not be for you , other than that I say you still need to check it out. Plus come on these are just your normal roos that won't hurt a flea or are they.