By Iain Rob Wright
Antworth Manor is a three story Edwardian house that needs some love and attention, but first its new owner needs to evict the current tenants – half a million creepy crawlies.
With a pure hatred of all buggy things since a horrific childhood experience, could this bug infested house even be too much for bug killer extraordinaire Chris Treadwell.
Love the little quotes at the start of the story, Arachnophobia; bound to get my goose bumps rising.
As he goes about the building spraying and stomping Treadwell finally makes it to the cellar, then the horror really starts.
Treadwell is urged on through greed mostly, and then defiance even as the unusually large and prevalent multitude of wasps, beetles, spiders and other insects, decide to bite and sting.
When he finally makes it into the Library a few new discoveries finally give him the “willies” enough to run for the exit.
The ending is smirk worthy and full of wonderful gore; another brilliant installment of the A-Z of Horror.
There were a few word and grammatical errors in this book, not enough to distract, but not IRW usual perfection.
Just a few more from the “A-Z of Horror” series.
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