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At the end of the landing was a frosted window which opened to the side of the farmhouse.
At the end of the landing was a frosted window which opened to the side of the farmhouse. Robin raised the sash.
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Halkin John He put his book aside and glanced out of the window. It was still wet. Heavy raindrops glistened along the railings in front of the hotel.
SLIME John Halkin At the end of the landing was a frosted window which opened to the side of the farmhouse. The scene was incredible. In daylight it was an attractive, picture-postcard view obliquely across the Bristol Channel towards the Welsh coast. But that night it was bathed in a brilliant, greenish light emanating from the sea itself and from a narrow stretch of the shore on either side. He put his book aside and glanced out of the window. Vince, her husband, had taken him out just once, Once! The rest of the time he was too busy at work, or so he said. So was Jenny, too, and that left Pete with long days on his own, nothing to occupy him, no one to talk to even. It was a godforsaken hole where they had chosen to live even at the height of summer; out of season, it was deader than its own graveyard. As for the other inhabitants, they looked as if they’d just come out of their graves, half of them. Talk about walking dead!
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The treatment of his hand had been painful irs which the tentacles had depos.
The treatment of his hand had been painful irs which the tentacles had deposited in his exposed flesh. Every touch of the tweezers hurt like hell and his whole arm throbbed violently. Just have to wait an’ see now, won’t we?’. The ageing Welsh doctor shook his head doubtfully, his eyes intense beneath his white bushy eyebrows. Jellyfish, you say?’.
Whiplike, the worms sped towards his hand. As he struggled to reach the dinghy, he felt a searing pain on his bare foot, like a red-hot whiplash, rendering his leg useless. It felt like nettle stings, but a hundred times worse. They were like snakes, at least eighteen inches long, as fat as his wrist and as swift as arrows.
Author: John Halkin Title: Slither Binding: Paperback Publisher: Hamlyn Country/Year: UK 1980 Condition: Very good,crease to front cover and spine All our books are sent in are acid free crystal clear polypropylene BCW Bags.
They arrived originally in ones and twos - deadly jellyfish eager to feast on human flesh. Attaching themselves lovingly to their victims bodies. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. This tale of killer jellyfish makes great reading as long as you don't take it seriously. If you like B-movies and Mystery Science Theater 3000, you will in all probability be unable to put this book down (or stop laughing at the scene where a jellyfish ripples menacingly at someone)!