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[BOOKS] ✭ Lair By James Herbert – Ruseeds.co The mutant white rat had grown and mated creating offspring in its own image They dominated the others the dark furred ones who foraged for food and brought it back to the lair Now the dark rats were [BOOKS] ✭ Lair By James Herbert – Ruseeds.co The mutant white rat had grown and mated creating offspring in its own image They dominated the others the dark furred ones wh.

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Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co James Herbert was Britain's number one bestselling writer a position he held ever since publication of his first novel and one of the world's top writers of thrillerhorror fiction He was one of our greatest popular novelists whose books are sold in thirty three other languages including Russian and Chinese Widely imitated and hugely influential his novels have sold than million.

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  1. Federico DN Federico DN says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBAudiobookPets forest animals men women children It doesn't really matter It's all good for the carnivorous mutant rat It has been five years since the sanguinary rat invasion of London city Barely escaping extermination a few rat survivors slowly start to thrive again in a nearby forest Poison resistant stronger cunning and vicious than ever before A few key people may be the only thing that might stop them if they somehow manage not


  2. ~Bookishly Numb~ ~Bookishly Numb~ says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBLair is the rather weak and therefore pointless seuel to The Rats It failed to heighten my senses and didn't unsettle me in the slightest and I'm left feeling uite unfulfilled and really rather confused as to what Herbert's aim was here as the plot was horrendously bleak and was overall a poor attempt at a seuelT


  3. Paul Nelson Paul Nelson says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBOMFG fucking rats and this time these 2ft critters are now climbing trees and launching leapfrog style ninja attacks Lesson 1 Stay in built up areas to avoid potential of vermin dropping from trees in surprise ambushes One of these mutant rats will of course go on to rescue and train the teenage mutant ninja turtles but that's another tale set a few years in the future Ok to the story the rats that survived the gas attack from the first book decided a holiday was in order and disappeared for a few years to a sunnier climate and a welcoming atmosphere Back from their hiatus they move into the basement of a deserted mansion in Epping Forest while tentatively eating local livestock and generally keeping a low profile Lesson 2 If your livestock starts inadvertently looking like roadkill then check all the basements and wear protective gear such as metal underwear metal bin and plates strapped around as much flesh as you can manage A touch longer than the fi


  4. Don Don says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBAfter the phenomenal debut of The Rats how was James Herbert going to match the brilliance of the first novel a tough task no doubt but Herbert proves he is no one trick ponyLair is set five years after the events of the terror of the black rats in London measures have been taken by the government to ensure nothing like the terror of five years past can happen again so any suspicious signs just be reported to the right channels immediately just to be on the safe side rightWe already know that the previous rats were not all wiped out before and that they were patiently biding their time till the right moment something is different about these rats they have a masterOn the outskirts of London in Epping forest slightly strange goings on with the wildlife occur and after a particularly bad omen it becomes clear something


  5. Andrew Andrew says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBThis is the second in the famous Rats trilogy in fact there is a forth called the City written 10 years after Domain but thats a different story literallyAnyway I digress this is part of my nostalgia tour of the early books and authors I read as I was getting in to reading while at school Being one of the earlier Herbert's the book is graphic visceral and violent just w


  6. (shan) Littlebookcove (shan) Littlebookcove says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBNothing uite like reading a book where the whole plot is based just outside your doorstep Apart from that this book blew my mind This is the second installment of James Herberts The Rats based five years later after the carnage the rats


  7. Grady Hendrix Grady Hendrix says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBThe rats were fresher in THE RATS


  8. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBThe white rat that survived Herbert's first novel brings a whole new meaning to musophobia as it attacks humans and eats them Really chilling and creepy novel def


  9. Chris Chris says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBThe second in the Rats trilogy this middle book takes place five years after events in the first novel The Outbreak that plagued London was over but the horror was about to begin again this time in a forest preserve outside the city Epping Forest is about to be awash in blood and torn mutilated bodies but the real horror is worse than imaginedJames Herbert is one of the best ever bar none and one of my all time favorites While sadly he passed away a few years ago his backlist is reuired reading for horror fiction fansHighest of recommendations


  10. Siobhan Siobhan says:

    Kindle Lair ePUB Þ Û ruseeds.co lair mobile, Lair ePUBI’d been excited about reading The Rat series for uite some time and although I wasn’t crazy about the first book I was eager to dive into Lair Personally I enjoyed Lair a lot than I enjoyed The RatsLair takes place a few years after The Rats dropping us back into the wonderful horror of the monstrous creatures It takes all the creepy aspects of the first book and amplifies them taking what we were introduced to in the first book and making it even creepier It is than just the overgrown rats in this story as the mutation we were introduced to at the end of The Rats also plays a role in this story As I said the horror is amped up in this oneWith a new set of characters and a new location we're uickly pulled into this story


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