The Hatching

The Hatching

Ezekiel Boone / Jan 18, 2020

The Hatching Deep in the jungle of Peru where so much remains unknown a black skittering mass devours an American tourist whole Thousands of miles away an FBI agent investigates a fatal plane crash in Minneapo

  • Title: The Hatching
  • Author: Ezekiel Boone
  • ISBN: 9781501125041
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Deep in the jungle of Peru, where so much remains unknown, a black, skittering mass devours an American tourist whole Thousands of miles away, an FBI agent investigates a fatal plane crash in Minneapolis and makes a gruesome discovery Unusual seismic patterns register in a Kanpur, India earthquake lab, confounding the scientists there During the same week, the Chinese gDeep in the jungle of Peru, where so much remains unknown, a black, skittering mass devours an American tourist whole Thousands of miles away, an FBI agent investigates a fatal plane crash in Minneapolis and makes a gruesome discovery Unusual seismic patterns register in a Kanpur, India earthquake lab, confounding the scientists there During the same week, the Chinese government accidentally drops a nuclear bomb in an isolated region of its own country As these incidents begin to sweep the globe, a mysterious package from South America arrives at a Washington, D.C laboratory Something wants out The world is on the brink of an apocalyptic disaster An ancient species, long dormant, is now very much awake.

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      • Ezekiel Boone

        I live in upstate New York with my wife and kids Whenever I travel and say I m from New York, people think I mean NYC, but we live about three hours north of New York City Our house is five minutes outside of a university town We re far enough out of town that, at night, it s dark No Darker than that Dark enough that, if you re not careful, you might fall off the small cliff at the edge of my property If you re lucky, the water will be up enough to break your fall If you re not lucky, please sign a waiver before you come to visit I ve got two unruly dogs who are mostly friendly Well, that s not true The part about them being unruly is true, but one of them is the most friendly dog you ve ever met, and the other dog isn t They are good writing partners, though they spend a lot of their day curled up in front of the wood burning stove and ignoring me Unless I m making lunch They pay attention to me then The Ezekiel Boone website is ezekielboone, but I ve also got a nifty website for THE HATCHING at TheHatchingBook It has a cool map and some other bells and whistles You can also follow me on Facebook or follow me on Instagram if you are so inclined and like the idea of occasionally seeing photos of my dogs If you ve read this far, I should mention that THE HATCHING is Ezekiel Boone s first book, but it s not actually my first book I also write under the name Alexi Zentner Alexi Zentner s books are pretty different from Ezekiel Boone s.


    1. She didn't know how many of them there were, but they were frantic. Dozens of them at least. They'd been packed in the egg, and they came out in a swarm, their bodies unfolding, alien and beautiful. Big and fast, black apricots thundering against the glass. Skittering.if you're looking to read a book about carnivorous spiders attacking humans and animals, this is one of them!which is not meant to sound dismissive or deflecting, but this is one of those books that delivers exactly what it promise [...]

    2. Warning: the last time I did a spider review with gifs someone went tattling on me. So I'm giving fair warning. This is me. Reviewing a spider book. With gifs. Don't run and tattle. spider penises are shown.The book starts off in Peru with a super rich guy wanted to impress his super model girlfriends with a hike through the rainforest. He has eaten something Taco Bell the day before and his stomach isn't agreeing with him. He takes a detour into the woods and when he peeks out he sees what he t [...]

    3. I've always been afraid of spiders. It probably doesn't help that when I was a kid, my older brother would make us sit in the baby pool while he threw daddy long legs on us. Looking back now, not sure why I would obey such a stupid demand. Yet it happened. Daddy long legs are harmless, but you try being a little girl with that happening to you. It is hard not to come out of the situation with a slight irrational fear (because again.tally harmless. The most that happened was they crawled on us) o [...]

    4. 4.5 "furious, furry, fantastic, frightening" stars !! 2017 Honorable Mention ReadThis was a wild, fun and grotesque ride and I don't want it to stop so I put book 2 on my short list and hope to get to it by the end of the year. Mr. Boone is a master of intelligent, exciting and tight plot development. Like a spider's web he is able to take a number of strands and weave them into a claustrophobic and horrific web. Thousands of vicious, carnivorous spiders are wreaking chaos in China, India, Calif [...]

    5. OK this one is difficult. I gave this book one star ONLY because I kept turning pages to see where it went. I found it almost more of a mystery than anything, I did not find it particularly horrific. So the star is for engaging me enough to finish it.However I found the characters to be somewhat bland but worse were the completely sexist stereotypes of the women in this book. At the beginning I was ready to applaud the author's courage in giving commanding roles to female characters, the Preside [...]

    6. If you've got Arachnophobia you might want to avoid this book at all costs. Holy freaking scariest spiders doing horrific things Batman!This book chilled me to the bone and it literally creeps up on you (get it?). All around the world strange unexplained events are occurring and the rest of the world starts to take notice. Sadly it's a bit too late for what is about to engulf the world. En masse.This novel is just such a great read on so many levels, the plot rolls out gradually and by the time [...]

    7. MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading List****SOME SPOILERS****FREAKING MAN EATING SPIDERS! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!Although, they would make a great aide in the prisons where the pedophiles and what not are, but I digress. These are an ancient form of spiders from like 10,000 years ago. Someone somewhere did some digging or something and here we have these spiders hatching. I'm not quite sure because they started coming out in all parts of the world and it didn't mention any kind of ancient mining [...]

    8. Thanks, Netgalley, for satisfying my deep-seated horror needs. Need Survival? Want Survival? Wanna get in a lot of trouble with a ton of characters and wonder upon the wonders of how they're all gonna die? Nom Nom Nom It's SPIDERS!And not your normal kind, either. These are a bit special, but not in the B-Movie sense. They're social, like ants, and they're specialized, and they're coming for you nom nom chitter chitter crackle crackle nom nom.This isn't just some simple cabin by the lake storyte [...]

    9. In theory I'd love to read this. Buuuuuuuttttttt . . . . . . N.O.P.E.Stellar ratings from all of my fearless friends means it's probably pretty damn good, but this one most likely shall remain on my newly created "I Am A Pussy" bookshelf for eternity. Kudos to the author for writing the one thing that might trigger me into the hospital with apoplexy.True story: A week or so ago I went to put my shoe on and stepped on a "rock." It was hard, it was the size of a silver dollar and all 724 pounds of [...]

    10. My review of The Hatching is now up on Fresh Fiction!"They are coming"This is one of the best horror books I have read this year. However, if you have arachnophobia then you should perhaps not choose this book to read Read the whole review here!

    11. 4.5 stars!SPIDERS! Lots of them! If the little bit of webbing on the cover didn't register with you the word SPIDERS (!) should.We've all seen videos of spider nests suddenly exploding with little baby spiders running all over the place. This book is NOTHING like that. Picture a big, pulsing, hot-to-the-touch egg sac erupting volcano-like with big, hairy and fast spiders. Are you shuddering yet? Yeah, me too.The Hatching tells the story of an invasion of spiders. From the rain forest in Peru to [...]

    12. Hands down!! - this has to be one of the best books I've read this year, if not the best. I rated the book four (instead of five) stars, mainly because I have to wait until May next year to read the sequel (Skitters) - and I'm not happy about it.The characterization throughout the book was handled brilliantly, so that surprised me, even the people that ended up as spider fodder - so you get to know quite a bit about them. The part where one of the characters (Melanie Guyer), is reminiscing about [...]

    13. 3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2016/07/21/I’m not really afraid of spiders. Yes, they’re kinda icky, but unless I find one right in my personal space I tend to just leave the little crawlies be. Like they say, most house spiders are relatively harmless and I actually like to keep them around to take care of other worst insect pests that might be lurking about.But the spiders in The Hatching, though? NO. Dear God, just…NO. In the reading of this book, I had to fight sever [...]

    14. 3.5 starsBuddy-read with the SpecFic groupYou know, I've never been afraid of spiders. OK, I'd be apprehensive at first depending on which species was walking up and down my arm, but it would be interesting as hell too. I heard that a tarantula's legs feel like tiny suction cups *squeals with delight*. And so many species are not just fascinating but beautiful too - there are some not even birds of paradise and their shiny feathers can compete with. Exhibit A, the Australian peacock spider (yes, [...]

    15. The Hatching was everything I love about disaster/end-of-the-world stories! That rush of adrenaline you get when worrying over whether the human race will make it. Asking myself: what would I do? Would I be among the few that would be lucky smart enough to survive? I’m that girl who loves the idea of beating zombies, tsunamis, earthquakes, deadly viruses, asteroids; pretty much anything in which the earth will be doomed unless a small group prevails, and figures out how to save the human race. [...]

    16. This was pretty much everything I was looking for in a man eating spider novel. Written in a semi World War Z style, but with more depth, it covers a varied yet increasingly interconnected group of people facing the spider hatching. It works because the author keeps the story grounded in reality. That may seem like a strange thing to say, but it has high plausibility, both on the natural side and in human reactions. These are not killer spiders from out of space, they don't build their own ships [...]

    17. ”She didn't know how many of them there were, but they were frantic. Dozens of them at least. They'd been packed in the egg, and they came out in a swarm, their bodies unfolding, alien and beautiful. Big and fast, black apricots thundering against the glass. Skittering.She put her palm against the glass of the insectarium, and the spiders flew to it."Professor Melanie Guyer has dreamed about being on the cover of Science or Nature Magazine. When she gets a Fed Ex package from an archaeological [...]

    18. See this review and others like it on bookbastion_______"You think because you kill one spider in your bathroom, that there aren't others hiding somewhere in your house?"What is it about spiders that strikes fear in so many people? Is it the legs, or their hairy bodies, or their ability to attack with a sneaky drop-shot from a hidden web in a corner or on a ceiling? I think it's probably a bit of all of the above for me. Ever since I was a kid and a large wolf spider ended up hitching a ride on [...]

    19. This book is so creepy and disturbing. The concept chills me to my very core. I'll never look at spiders the same way again and I can't stop thinking about this book. It was pretty slow and sometimes boring but I ended up reading this book in one sitting anyway. I liked the writing style and I thought it was pretty interesting to read from many different characters perspectives.

    20. I don't like shit crawling on me and this succeeded at the creep factor but the first half was particularly slow moving. Overall, an average read. The last few chapters were fun. I should have just skimmed to that part.

    21. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.This was an excellent book! I have had this book sitting on my kindle for the past year and a half and have no idea why I am just now reading it. It really is as good as I heard. Maybe better. It was one of those books that I didn't want to set aside because I always wanted to know what was going to happen next. I am just glad that I finally decided to read this book.This story was told a little differently. Each chapter focuses on a [...]

    22. All around the world strange events are occurring. A strange skittering is heard in the jungles of Peru just before a tourist is over-run and eaten. A plane crash in Minnesota kills a famous billionaire. The Chinese government drops nuclear bombs on its own country. Seismic events in India are a precursor to a horrible biological event in Delhi. The whole planet is thrown into chaos byspiders. Black, flesh-eating, swarming spiders. Their eggs have lain dormant for thousands of years underground [...]

    23. As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: thetattooedbookgeek.wordpressI received a free copy of this book courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Do you often read books that contain elaborate stories full of interconnecting and interweaving threads, sort of like a spider's web if you will, a veritable tapestry of important goings on and strands to keep up with and follow??Do you often get bogged down in the layers of characterisation and dev [...]

    24. This review was done by KissinBlueKarenWow! I finished reading this book in record time. The main reason is because I couldn't put it down. There was no safe place to stop reading. This story starts right off with tense scenes and gives us loads of characters to follow as the shit hits the fan.This story unfolds like great fiction. We follow an FBI agent, a scientist, a couple of preppers, and a few marines, as scary things start happening throughout the world. First, a nuclear bomb is dropped b [...]

    25. THE HATCHING is the first novel I've read from author Ezekiel Boone, and this one had me--quite literally--at the edge of my seat while I read! The story "originates" in Peru, and in India, where Dr. Basu notices irregularities showing up on the readings from her earthquake lab. The first clue that the United States has that anything is amiss in the world, is when China "accidentally" detonates a nuclear bomb on its own soil.Boone makes use of a large cast of diverse main characters to effective [...]

    26. This book with its multiple narratives and various locations spin the tale of a scary spider invasion across the globe. A start of a well written series, that is realistic and scientific at the same time. The only short coming I found is that some characters were flat and one dimensional. There are many characters in the book and I would like to see more of Melanie and President Pilgrim, along with FBI agent Mike Rich. The horror is not in the idea, but in the way it's presented. The premise of [...]

    27. Was für ein großer großer Unsinn dieses Buch doch ist. Klar, irgendwo ist es unterhaltsam, temporeich und actiongeladen - aber ich habe trotzdem mehr als einen Monat daran gelesen, weil ich es einfach nicht ernst nehmen konnte. Trash in Reinform. Sharknado als Buchversion.

    28. Sendo muito sincero, eu achei a leitura muito divertida, PORÉM preciso deixar algumas ressalvas pra galera que não leu e que pode se animar com essa minha primeira frase:1) se você tem problemas com aranhas, JAMAIS cogite pegar nesse livro, porque até eu que nunca tive muitas questões com aranha fiquei muito angustiado e tenso de encontrar uma real em casa2) as cenas de sangue são bem gráficas. Muitos detalhes de mortes, ferimentos, etc. 3) o livro apresenta uma quantidade infinita de per [...]

    29. Review: THE HATCHING by Ezekiel BooneEzekiel Boone rocks!!! If you prefer your thrillers roller-coaster-paced, heart-in-mouth, rendering you breathless from first page to last, THE HATCHING is your novel!! I was blown away--the writing is so good, and I befriended the characters. I just have to deliver one caution: if severe arachnophobia is yourte noir, you will find THE HATCHING very, very INTENSE.

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