Review: Earthworm Gods by Brian Keene

When our bookstore was open, Brian Keene was
a top favorite visiting author and I came to think
of him as a book friend. I’ve had only limited contact
with him in recent years but I still think nobody does
creepy better than Brian. I loved Conqueror Worms
but never got around to reading Earthworm Gods
—thanks for the reminder, Ami 😉

Creature From The Book Lagoon

One day, it starts raining-and never stops. Global super-storms decimate the planet, eradicating most of mankind. Pockets of survivors gather on mountaintops, watching as the waters climb higher and higher. But as the tides rise, something else is rising, too.

Now, in the midst of an ecological nightmare, the remnants of humanity face a new menace, in a battle that stretches from the rooftops of submerged cities to the mountaintop islands jutting from the sea. What hope does an already-devastated mankind have against this new supernatural adversary.

The old gods are dead. Now is the time of the Earthworm Gods…

Deadite Press is proud to present this Author’s Preferred Edition of Earthworm Gods, including an all-new, lengthy afterword by the author recounting the novel’s inspiration, creation, and history.

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