Giveaway & Review for Arachnosaur by Richard Jeffries #RichardJeffries @SDSXXTours

 
Arachnosaur
by Richard Jeffries
Genre: Horror
I hate spiders. They totally creep me out and I love it, which is why I had to read Arachnosaur by Richard Jeffries. lol
 
Soldiers facing off against terrorists. Death, blood, bullets and savagery.
 
Key struggles to make sense of what was happening to him, a concussion messed with his mind. Could he believe what he was seeing? The squad had been slaughtered. How many were left besides him? He wanted answers.
 
And….we know something worse is coming his way.
 
Key and Daniels are opposites, but work well together as a team. Key is methodical and Daniels a bit reckless. Can they save the world from the egomaniacs who think they can control their new weapon? Foolish, foolish men.
 
I love the combination of military intrigue and giant spiders. So much of it read as if it could be real. The writing was detailed and the action was non stop.
 
The world…well…I loved to visit it, but don’t want to live there.
 
I would love to be on their next adventure.
 
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Arachnosaur by Richard Jeffries.
 

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Desert Swarm
After his superior officers are killed in action, Corporal Josiah Key
assumes command of the 3rd Battalion, Marine Raiders. In the tiny
village of Shabhut, Yemen, while trying to put the blast on ISIS
forces, an even deadlier enemy emerges: ancient, unreasoning
creatures who tear into both U.S. troops and terrorists without
mercy, leaving brutally dismembered corpses in their wake.
 
They are known as the Idmonarchne Brasieri,
giant prehistoric spiders roused from millennia-long slumber by
power-mad terrorists. These aptly-named ‘Arachnosaurs’ are
hungry. They’re angry. And they have declared war against all of
humanity . . . whose days might just be numbered unless Key and his
unit can stop them.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Richard Jeffries holds
a degree in Creative Writing, obtained before he went to work for
American intelligence. He has seen the world—and things in it—which
inspired the writing of these novels. Now retired from covert ops,
Jeffries divides his time between rural Connecticut and London. In
his spare time he pursues his lifelong interest in Kung Fu and
classical piano.
 
 
 
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16 thoughts on “Giveaway & Review for Arachnosaur by Richard Jeffries #RichardJeffries @SDSXXTours

    • Yeah, that is true. I was disappointed there weren’t more spiders, but I like twisted characters and this book was full of them.

    • I know you didn’t care for it, but I have been in a strange place, reading some strange books and this one fit right in.

  1. Nope. I can’t do it. Just quickly scrolling past the cover had me shivering. I know that’s what you want in a thriller/horror story, but I wouldn’t be able to sleep for a week if I read this. Giant spiders? Eeesh! I’m glad that the story line itself was good. It definitely sounds like there’s a lot gong on that these guys have to face. I think I will just leave the spider books to you though. 😉

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