Nests

Nests

Barry Napier / Mar 02, 2021

Nests The monsters came out of nowhere Even before we starting dropping nuclear warheads on them we didn t know where they came from We just knew that they were huge Most of the population perished as a re

  • Title: Nests
  • Author: Barry Napier
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The monsters came out of nowhere Even before we starting dropping nuclear warheads on them, we didn t know where they came from We just knew that they were huge Most of the population perished as a result of the monsters, the bombs, or the fallout.Those that survived roamed the landscape for supplies or other people Some of them discovered that the monsters left behindThe monsters came out of nowhere Even before we starting dropping nuclear warheads on them, we didn t know where they came from We just knew that they were huge Most of the population perished as a result of the monsters, the bombs, or the fallout.Those that survived roamed the landscape for supplies or other people Some of them discovered that the monsters left behind nests that sit upon the landscape like sunken storm clouds And something inside is alive.Kendra and Eric face their own trails as they seek out a rud military safe zone With a baby in tow and violence at every turn, the nests become an afterthought until they find themselves forced to enter one Inside, there is only death and madness something they will have to adapt to if they want to survive.

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    About "Barry Napier"

      • Barry Napier

        Barry Napier is the author of The Cooper M Reid series, The Bleeding Room, Bound, Break Every Chain, Nests, and several other titles His books span a wide range of genres, from paranormal thrillers to Christian adventure.He works as a ghostwriter while working on his own titles He enjoys coffee, ambient music, and irony.


    361 Comments

    1. I will start out by saying this book was five stars until the ending. I had to take a star away for that ending, and I won't say any more than that here. I will say though, even though I hated the ending, it was clever.Now, that being said, otherwise this book was 5 stars to me. It had the post-apocalyptic feel of Cormac McCarthy's THE ROAD but with a little more sci fi. Very bleak. I loved the writing style, and really loved the story. Basically creatures from another dimension invade Earth, an [...]


    2. This read was a little too simple for my tastes. Kendra, her baby, and Eric are trying to survive in a world of Nest. Food is scarce and time seems to be running out. They need a safe place so they head out to where there might be a haven, but run into guys who want to use them to figure out what the nest is.The story was slow going and lacked the action needed to keep the reader's attention. I could have easily skipped a chapter or two and picked right back up on what was happening. The creatur [...]


    3. A fun read, if a little dark. Lovecraft meets The Road as a couple walks along a post-apocalyptic highway and learn the meaning of the mysterious black zones that dot the landscape.The ending is well, you'll just have to read it to see.


    4. Ever since reading Swan Song I've enjoyed post-apocalyptic non-zombie tales. They are sort of a subgenre niche that I don't come across as often as I'd like. When I read the blurb for Barry Napier's NESTS (intriguing title, btw!), it sounded like my kind of story.A tsunami brings giant tentacled creatures to assault mankind, leading to a nuclear strike to rid the world of them. The story begins a few months after the fateful strikes with first person narrator, Eric, meeting a woman, Kendra, who [...]


    5. The world ends in a whimperIt's hard to know where to start to describe this one. There has been an apocalypse due to an extra dimensional creature. What their motives are we never find out but for some reason they have the ability to make a person think they see dead loved ones. The characters aren't the typical survivalist nor are they terribly likable.



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