Bugboy

Bugboy❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Bugboy Author Ryan C. Thomas – Bluevapours.co.uk Twenty five year old Wilson has autism He likes bugs and can tell you everything about every species he sees When the people nearest and dearest to him start getting murdered Rhode Island detectives A Twenty five year old Wilson has autism He likes bugs and can tell you everything about every species he sees When the people nearest and dearest to him start getting murdered Rhode Island detectives Artie Furtado and Dick Cook suspect there might be to Wilson than meets the eye To find out the truth they’ll have to dig into his past and his future Is he killing people Or is there something far nefarious at work An all new horror mystery novel from the author of The Summer I Died and Hissers Ryan C Thomas' writing is sickeningly twisted gorefiendcom.

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Bugboy Kindle ✓ Kindle Edition
  • Kindle Edition
  • 324 pages
  • Bugboy
  • Ryan C. Thomas
  • English
  • 24 February 2014

10 thoughts on “Bugboy

  1. Kimberly says:

    35 Review to come

  2. Addy says:

    Wow I just don't know where to start Great beginning and middle parts of the book but what happened to the ending? Can't help but feel a little jipped Ryan had me going Great plot interesting charactersI mean bugs aren't my thing but he definitely made it mysterious In the end I knew I'd be a little disappointed because let's face it unless bugs are your thing I really don't think they make a good horror story well neither does fog but Herbert made it work Anyway I think Ryan needs to go back to what he's good at writing and thats extreme horror Still looking forward to the next installment of his Roger series though 3 stars for me

  3. Kate says:

    35

  4. Justin says:

    So I like to write a review and then read other reviews With this one I decided to just do a uick cut and past review of my final thoughts that I posted in a group read that I did and make it a spoilers only review but after seeing that it only has 3 other reviews two from others in my group that read it with me I have decided to write out a longer spoiler free review that will give people a better idea of what they are getting into if there is anyone out there reading reviews to decide if they want to purchase this book It has good characters and as always with Ryan C Thomas it is well written The problem is that it blends genres in a way that don't really work The horror aspects of the book are so rediculous that the only way they can really be taken serious would be in a YA novel which is kind of what it feels like while reading except for a few bits of nastier stuff that make sure it stays in the adult category It is eual parts detectivemystery as it is horror and then the ending is just pure sci fi It didn't work for me view spoiler When we found out it was about a giant killer mosuito it just seemed to ridiculous to take serious as a horror novel then the part about his past and neighbor kind of felt like his attempt to keep it in the adult horror category but the ending was pure sci fi I think he should have cut some of the nastier stuff from the past and turned it into a YA sci fi novel hide spoiler

  5. Vicki Willis says:

    This book was mixed for me It started out good I don't know what happened I wanted to read to the end and find out what happened but something was lacking for me Maybe I am just not into view spoilergiant alien insects taking over the world hide spoiler

  6. Bob says:

    Enjoyable creepfest involving a mentally challenged young man who abused during his childhood has developed the ability to communicate with insects Mysterious murders and inter dimensional creatures abound in this horror thriller Highly recommended

  7. Corben says:

    I love this book It has an old style Sci Fi movie vibe going on Ryan Thomas keeps the tension going throughout the story if I put the book down for a bit I soon found myself drawn back to it Man I hate bugs and I’m never going to trust one ever again after reading this bookThe novel scores highly on plot dialogue and characters The balance between narration and dialogue is very good and the structure of the book is well thought out And there’s plenty of humour too through the police detectives’ dialogue which is the perfect foil for the horror scenes There’s a fair amount of buggy related horror which works well with the Sci Fi elementsI like the characters I think Wilson Artie and Sasha work very well In particular Wilson Bugboy has some very interesting and unexpected layers to his personalityThe ending isn’t what I was expecting That’s a good thing I like it when I can’t guess the ending This was my first Ryan Thomas book and I shall now go in search of the next

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