Hosts

Hosts By Dylan J. Morgan, Hosts On a Canadian mountainside above the ski resort of Snow Peak archaeologists have made a fantastic discovery a First Nation family frozen in ice superbly preserved The man is exhumed for examination
  • Title: Hosts
  • Author: Dylan J. Morgan
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  • Page: 425
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  • Hosts By Dylan J. Morgan, On a Canadian mountainside above the ski resort of Snow Peak, archaeologists have made a fantastic discovery a First Nation family frozen in ice, superbly preserved The man is exhumed for examination, but what resides within his mummified body is something science has never seen before The experts called in to control the situation have their own ulterior motives, and SOn a Canadian mountainside above the ski resort of Snow Peak, archaeologists have made a fantastic discovery a First Nation family frozen in ice, superbly preserved The man is exhumed for examination, but what resides within his mummified body is something science has never seen before The experts called in to control the situation have their own ulterior motives, and Sheriff Richard Wade and Doctor Lauren Kemper are about to be the only lifeline for a town plunged into a nightmare Snow Peak is isolated, cut off by the worse snowstorm in living memory Hampered by the elements and the greed of outside influence, Sheriff Wade and Doctor Kemper are forced to face a new species, mutated, hungry and deadly, in a race against time to save their town.
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    About "Dylan J. Morgan"

    1. Dylan J. Morgan

      Now living and working in Norway, Dylan J Morgan was born in New Zealand and raised in the United Kingdom He writes during those rare quiet moments amid a hectic family life after dark, with limited sustenance, and when his creative essence is plagued the most by tormented visions.If you re searching for that light at the end of the tunnel then stop looking you won t find it here.

    185 thoughts on “Hosts”

    1. 3.5 starsI ve read The Dead Lands and Flesh by this author and thought they were masterpieces of their genre, so I thought I d try Hosts too I know it was Morgan s first novel and so his style was not yet developed, but for a debut novel it has much to commend it.Snow Peak is a small resort town in Canada, in which a deadly parasite threatens fatality for everyone.The strengths the terrific establishing of atmosphere Dylan Morgan is so good at this in Snow Peak there arrives the snow storm to en [...]


    2. Snow Peak is a small quiet community that tourist love to plague in the winter for skiing However, this year it may have been a better idea to go to the Bahamas.An archeological group has made a huge discovery that will make the head archeologist wealthy and famous, that is if he can make it out of Snow Peak before his discovery kills him and the town.Snow Peak s sheriff and the only doctor will have their hands full and not with only the discovery Dylan has created a tale that will make you thi [...]


    3. Okay, Dylan Morgan has managed to do what not many have been able to I stopped in the middle of reading a scene in this book and actually felt nauseated.In short, parasites invade a small town and invade their hosts in the most personal of ways Nothing good happens in or around a toilet under any circumstances This has never been truer than in Morgan s novel, Hosts.In addition to reading one of the best one liners I ve read in quite some time, the vivid details in which Morgan presents the scene [...]


    4. This is classic horror stuff an unknown species runs amok in an isolated village To make the tale squirm worthy, it s a large parasite and humans are the host The pace is fast and the excitement builds exponentially To my taste, the character of the villain was somewhat one dimensional He didn t seem to have a scrap of humanity in his soul and I find a baddie all the better for having a tiny soft spot for something The contrast is greater The good people however, had faults and insecurities and [...]


    5. I don t know why my reviews were mixed up here, so Long story short I enjoyed Hosts, though I wasn t sure I would Morgan has the right mix of visuals, horror and squirminess to make the tale fun.


    6. Review by Allison Bohac for Choate Road They emerged in a huge release, flowing into the tub at an alarming rate, gushing from Betty Stenson s rectum Slick and coated with blood, parasites surged over the jar Malcolm had smelled death before, but the coagulated odor that rose to meet him was unbearable The stench ballooned in an oppressive cloud, as rank as the week old corpse of the disposed real estate agent they d found by the railway track, yet tainted with a gruesome freshness This is Dylan [...]


    7. Hosts is the story of a parasite outbreak in a small town The terror takes on a personal twist when someone from one of the main character s pasts shows up as an expert on parasites.I got into the story very quickly, wondering at first what was happening and then worrying for the characters as the outbreak spread The bad guy was properly evil, and the good guys were well developed and likeable The horror was very real and got quite gruesome in places.I would say this was a fast paced, page turni [...]


    8. This was Awesome I kept checking the floor and anywhere water could get out of The parasites got into the water system and now they re coming back out of the water systems They can hurl themselves at their HOST , oh it was so eww at some parts but so amazing I read it within 48 hours, I couldn t put it down.


    9. An ok read, nothing to particularly love or hate Good idea for a story, it just felt like the characters needed some work to make them seem complete I think this is one of those books that was fine to read, but now that I ve finished it, I will not remember or think about it again.


    10. Although slow to get into its stride, once the story gets going, Dylan J Morgan s debut zips along at a nice pace and is held together by nicely detailed characters and descriptive prose that results in a thrilling read.



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