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    Rats take New York

    I love Hunter Shea's books. I have read all of them. I think most of us agree that we don't like rats, especially the ones that are not invited into our homes. Benny and Chris own a pest extermination business in Manhattan. They are divorced and still love each other and still work together. They are trying out a new formula to prevent rats from reproducing.. Instead of it working like it is supposed to, the rats are smarter and more aggressive, reproducing at a phenomenal rate. People are being attacked and eaten in large numbers. The military is called in to take care of the rats. Will they be able to get rid of the rats? Will anyone survive? Great book for those who love horror/monster stories. I received this book from Net Galley for an honest review and no compensation otherwise.
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    Your worst nightmare just got real

    What is it about rats? On the surface they are small furry creatures. I love small, furry creatures but my desire to cuddle them doesn't extend to rats. Show me a rat and I'm out of there. Pronto. They are intelligent - too intelligent. They learn fast. They send the weaker ones out to test any suspect food sources and if their poor comrade dies, they're not going to be fooled again. Now imagine if that intelligence was just dealt a massive boost. That is exactly what happens in Rattus New Yorkus. Scientist Dr Randolph - Ratticus - Finch has developed Degenesis. It is supposed to be the creme de la creme in rat control substances. The problem is that it makes the creatures insane with lust and once that sets in, the human race had better watch out. With a new generation being born every month, it is only a matter of time before that rats take over. Rattus New Yorkus once again demonstrates that when it comes to creature features, no one does it better than Hunter Shea. Another winner!
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