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Night of the Crabs (Crabs Series)

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He wanted to run. He could not understand why he didn’t. His brain was in a whirl, trying to comprehend. He failed. This was Shell Island, Wales, a modern holiday resort. An occasional shark was seen out at sea. Nothing else. But these crabs… An all out war ensues, with the monstrous crustaceans now swarming onto the helpless community of Shell Island. The military presence on Shell Island is almost completely annihilated by these seemingly indestructible freaks of nature. Die Bürgerwehr australischer Fischer will japanischen Fischwilderern den Garaus machen. Bei Vollmond, ja haben die Band 1 denn nicht gelesen? So, feast your eyes on the masterful eroticism of Guy N. Smith and ask yourself why he has not achieved success comparable to E. L. James. It features a botanist investigating the disappearance of his nephew and the latter’s girlfriend on the appropriately monikered Shell Island. The botanist finds weird markings on the beach that appear to be made by cow-sized crabs (while along the way he naturally takes time out to have sex on the very beach the crabs have marked!).

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In addition to “DE”, it looks like Klin was also suffering from a mild form of PRIAPISM. I'm not sure how else to explain a 40+ year old man, alone on the water experiencing random stiffness: “He cursed as he suddenly became aware of a hardness, and a protrusion in the front of his shorts.”

This book was written in the 70's so I had some issues with the views on women, but I understand this book is a product of its time, so that's cool.

Crabs Series by Guy N. Smith - Goodreads

Personally, I cry bullshit on this. When you’re a teenager, sure, a strong wind is enough to have you facing north. However, as a 40 year old guy, I can assure you that these things no longer happen “accidentally” and NEVER…NEVER without the owner’s awareness, let alone consent. Are we the real monsters? No, we are not. The monsters are the Giant Crabs that we created by testing nuclear bombs underwater for no good reason. Okay, now we all know that sex/nudity and violent, bloody horror go together like peanut-butter and chocolate. HOWEVER, this pairing comes primarily in two separate combinations that are very, very different.Smith had over 1,000 short stories and magazine articles published. He wrote a series of children's books under the pseudonym Jonathon Guy, two thrillers under the pseudonym Gavin Newman, and 12 non-fiction books on various countryside matters. He continued to write up to his death on 24 December 2020, with several works still in development at the time. Around this time I became Poland's best-selling author. Phantom Press published two GNS books each month, mostly with print runs of around 100,000. Literary Heritage - West Midlands: Guy N. Smith". January 2003. Archived from the original on 23 April 2008 . Retrieved 17 September 2009. Night of the Crabs’ is the true beginning of the all-out crab war. It’s a classic pulp horror and splatterpunk novel that is hard to be bettered for such an unashamed far-fetched enemy. An enjoyable read is the understatement of the century!

Book Review: Night of the Crabs By Guy N. Smith

If you are a woman then you shouldn't read this. There was only a woman and every single scene she was in - she was on someone like a dog on a bone... The last scene she enters there was no "action" but we were told she was a money grabber that the police was after. Bottom-line, if the title, the cover and above quotes make you think you would like this, odds are you will. Me, I had a lot of fun with it. The idea of sequels to NIGHT OF THE CRABS makes sense, as it feels like a warm-up. The by-the-numbers narrative is stripped down to its absolute basics with few surprises, at least for anyone familiar with 1950s-era B-movies. His laughter died away. Those eyes bored into him, live coals that glowed. Evil. He swallowed. These things were real. Horrors that actually existed, terrible to behold on a deserted moonlit beach. Then the drownings begin. But it is not until the underwater army, driven driven by its need to kill and gorge on human flesh, crawls up on the beach that the authorities understand the massive threat they face. And when the screaming stops, the crunching of bone and munching of flesh begins…and this will have to be self-regulated. if you see the cover or the premise for this and your first thought isn't "i must have this," then it is not for you. this is not for people on the fence about giant crabs. this is for the people it is for. you know who you are. Their military intelligence, second to none, neither man nor beast, had no way of overcoming the noise made by those tremendous pincers as they moved.” A very special prize for anyone who can diagram that sentence for me because I was lost after the second comma. In trying to describe the invulnerability of the Crabs to the inept military leaders, the Prof says, “You haven’t seen these monsters. If you had, you’d know what I mean. I’d have to see ’em blown to smithereens with my own eyes before I’d believe they’re not invincible.”...This, of course, is a classic restatement of the scientific method.

Night of the Crabs (Crabs, book 1) by Guy N Smith

Cliff Davenport turned to the pilot. The Professor’s face was lined and haggard. But he was smiling. Immune to Bullets: The crabs. Their hard shells make them impervious to regular small arms fire. And pretty much everything else, too.You get the impression that Smith has thrown the sex in to keep the punters happy, rather than because his heart in really in it. If Herbert’s depiction of sex in books like ‘The Spear’ is bad, at least he tries to be sexy. Smith doesn’t even seem to bother. One memorable section in ‘Killer Crabs’ reads: Something was wrong, and he could not determine what it was. He felt numbed, and his leg thrusts did not appear to be propelling him along as they should have done. In fact, he appeared to be making no progress at all.

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