Zero Day In the thrilling nerve wracking finale of Ezekiel Boone s hair raising Parade Hatching series the United States goes to war against the queen spiders that threaten to overtake the human race forever

  • Title: Zero Day
  • Author: Ezekiel Boone
  • ISBN: 9781501125102
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the thrilling, nerve wracking finale of Ezekiel Boone s hair raising Parade Hatching series, the United States goes to war against the queen spiders that threaten to overtake the human race forever.The world is on the brink of apocalypse Zero Day has come.The only thing terrifying than millions of spiders is the realization that those spiders work as one ButIn the thrilling, nerve wracking finale of Ezekiel Boone s hair raising Parade Hatching series, the United States goes to war against the queen spiders that threaten to overtake the human race forever.The world is on the brink of apocalypse Zero Day has come.The only thing terrifying than millions of spiders is the realization that those spiders work as one But among the government, there is dissent do we try to kill all of the spiders, or do we gamble on Professor Guyer s theory that we need to kill only the queens For President Stephanie Pilgrim, it s an easy answer She s gone as far as she can than two dozen American cities hit with tactical nukes, the country torn asunder and the only answer is to believe in Professor Guyer Unfortunately, Ben Broussard and the military men who follow him don t agree, and Pilgrim, Guyer, and the loyal members of the government have to flee, leaving the question what s dangerous, the spiders or ourselves

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    1. NOW AVAILABLE!!!It was almost completely dark out, which confused Melanie for a moment. It was an airport. It should have been lit up. But then she caught a glimpse of a skittering dark mass and the baseball-size bodies held aloft by eight legs, and she realized that of course it made sense that the airport was dark. There was nobody left to turn the lights onis is the third book in a trilogy about what happens after millions of carnivorous spiders hatch and skitter all across the globe. they’ [...]

    2. Gotta love that Creature Feature. Or maybe I ought to modify that statement to Creatures Features. It's a spider apocalypse! New generations and smarter beasties are overrunning the world, but what is worse: the problem or the cure?NUKES. Oh, yeah, baby. Nukes everywhere. The president is continuing to have a pretty bad day. A few others might be, too. As always, these books are full of middling semi-sympathetic characters all trying to deal with the fallout from all the different kinds of horro [...]

    3. 3.5/5*ZERO DAY was a fun wrap up to the trilogy that started with THE HATCHING. The narrative is still following all the same people, people who are now facing the fallout from a few nuclear strikes across the U.S and the previous ones which occurred in various places around the world. The spiders are still continuing to mutate and evolve with the most dangerous of them all appearing in this book. I enjoyed following the characters around on each of their missions and adventures. What I did not [...]

    4. Thanks to Netgalley and Atria for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review. 4.5 stars from me!Seriously, if you are at all interested in movie-speed horror/thriller novels, then stop reading this right now, go to your local bookstore, your local library, , wherever you need to, and get your hands on The Hatching. Do it. Do it now, so you're prepared when the arachnapocalypse happens.The final book starts with a few bangs -- some betrayals, attempted coups, crazy deaths, etc -- j [...]

    5. Zero Day is the third and final book in The Hatching trilogy and here we finally get to know if mankind will survive the spider invasion or of the word is doomed. This book is less gory than the previous two (yeah that disappointed me since I love being creeped out), but it's one heck of an ending. Fair warning, you really need to read the previous two books before reading this one. In many ways it's just one story split into three books.As a big horror fan do I love threat against mankind books [...]

    6. 4.5 Stars!The Hatching series has been like an utterly terrifying, utterly fascinating horror show that plays out in a deliciously slow, deliciously tantalizing pace that will leave you jumping at shadows and turning the lights on before entering a room. Not looking for the usual two legged monsters but instead, the kind of the eight leg variety. The kind that bite and borrow and hide in dark places, ready to pounce and fall on you in a moments notice. The kind of nightmares.The creepy crawlies [...]

    7. OK, I'm gonna be straight right at the beginning and say that I skimmed a lot of this novel. Honestly, this is the 3rd book in a trilogy and there was almost no spidery action whatsoever, just inner monologues where people had flashbacks and fond memories and stupid things like that. Let's face it: anyone reading books like this want to read about the damned apocalypse and the monsters and how people are fighting them or get eaten, not how a ripple on a lake reminds an FBI agent of how he met hi [...]

    8. If someone had told me I would read a trilogy about killer spiders taking over the world and would be raving about it, I would've told that person they were insane. I hate bugs. All kinds and especially spiders. They're fascinating creatures, but I like to live as apart from them as I can.One of the things I love about Boone's writing is how he can bring SO many characters to the table and yet it never gets confusing. I found myself invested in every single one of them. Quite frankly, I hope if [...]

    9. I don’t read a lot of horror/sci-fi but I read the two previous books in this trilogy and thought why not find out happens. This is easily a crossover title to YA (another genre that I don’t usually read). It’s a quick read that nicely ends the series and you find out what happens to all of the characters. I can see the syfy channel doing a successful treatment of this as a television series. What gives everyone the heebie jeebies? Creepy, crawling, skittering spiders!

    10. In my review for the second book in the trilogy, Skittering, I expressed some fears about how this series would wrap up. I imagine it’s a lot of fun to come up with awful scenarios for how the world could come to an end / fall into total disarray/chaos, but then I imagine it’s not all that fun to have to figure out how to create a satisfying conclusion to the perfect doomsday scenario. There are going to be some possible spoilers about the series in what follows. So read on at your own discr [...]

    11. I’ve looked forward to Zero Day, the third book in the Hatching trilogy, for quite a while now. (You can find my reviews of The Hatching and Skitter by clicking on the titles.) Even though Skitter disappointed me with its not-so-tasty-cream-filling status between the decent parts of a cookie, I still held strong for the series. I fully expected Ezekiel Boone to deliver epicness in spades for the wrap up to this eight-legged three-volume arachno-terror. Expecting anything epic from anyone is al [...]

    12. It ends how it starts, boombastically (yes, I know, but this spelling just seems more appropriate) and it's just as much fun. Kudos to Boone for maintaining the quality of this trilogy so evenly. Nice timing too, didn't have to wait too long, the third book came out while the others were still relatively fresh in my memory and I didn't have to try to figure out who's who. And this novel has such a cast of characters, that who's who is really important. With Zero Day Boone picked up all the pot t [...]

    13. I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Solid 4 starsThe writing level is maintained in this third book, as in the first two, and the tension level is somehow maintained at a high level, as well. It's not often a series hits a peak early on and maintains that level of excellence throughout the rest of the volumes. The plot was well-thought out, albeit with a couple eye-rolling moments, but those didn't really detract from the story, and in fact, probably helped it along. [...]

    14. I think with every book in this series I’ve said each one was my favorite. But this one definitely is! When you’re reading this horrific story you’re wondering how the hell its going to end in a way that doesn’t seem totally unreal but then we are talking about humongous spiders! Somehow Boone manages to carry it off! I usually don’t think of books into movies (I don’t watch many movies or tv) but this series would be a phenomenal movie! Thanks so much to Atria for this early copy!

    15. I could not wait to read the ending to this since reading the first one! The only thing that disappointed was I didn't see or feel the spiders everywhere like I did with the first book. But that's okay! I enjoyed seeing how they were going to get Earth out of the grip of these man-eating spiders. This whole series has kept my attention and I enjoyed it VERY much! I was given an eARC by the publisher through NetGalley.

    16. This is this third installment of The Hatching series and the world is on the brink of at total apocalypse. Giant killer spiders that eat humans are creating quite a stir for our ensemble cast. Ezekiel Boone creatively dedicates each chapter to a different location uncovering the challenges that our heroes must face. I enjoyed the scientific aspects of this novel and became quite fond of many of the characters. Some of this novel did lag just a bit but I was satisfied with the ending.

    17. A fast and furious read, just like the preceding two books in this fabulously and skin-creepingly fun trilogy. The Spiderpocalypse reaches its height, except arguably the greatest danger comes from humans rather than these eight-legged nasties. I would have liked more spiders in the first half and fewer nuclear-missile-waving gungho male generals but this was more than made up for in the thoroughly satisfying second half. It's good to see these characters again. They're such a varied bunch. I've [...]

    18. Ezekiel Boone draws his globe-trotting spider apocalypse trilogy to a close with Zero Day, wrapping things up with pyrotechnic flair. In the aftermath of The Spanish Protocol, large portions of the USA are wrecked beyond repair and the last-ditch effort to halt Spidergeddon have failed. Between the President, a team of scientists and engineers, and soldiers on the front-lines, the threat of these ancient, man-eating arachnids is sketched in with a few extra layers and a couple more wrinkles, but [...]

    19. Receiving this book via the First Reads giveaway program meant reading the first two books in the series. This is definitely a trilogy that I likely would not have read were it not for winning the giveaway. Honestly, I entered it on a whim, and when I won, I started wondering what I had gotten myself into because this is a horror series about cannibalistic spiders and I’m an arachnophobe. What was I thinking?! So it was with a deep breath that I sat down with “The Hatching”. However, I wa [...]

    20. 4 starsThis is the third book of Ezekiel Boone’s trilogy about spiders running amok in society. This book is made up of several vignettes illustrating the conditions of people trying to survive all over the United States and in other countries. What they are afraid of, hiding and running from are spiders. Huge, people-eating spiders. Nuclear hits in the major cities have turned the country into a wasteland. While the spiders are currently “resting,” they are becoming active once more. Peop [...]

    21. I was originally told that the Hatching series was going to be a series of about 5 or 8 books. Much as I like the series, that’s way too much. I mean, there’s only so much you can do with hungry, hungry spiders.Well, I’m happy to say that somewhere in the publishing universe, the message was received, and we now have the third and final book in what was an excellent series. (A dreaded trilogy is much better than a dreaded octology.)Honestly, as I read the first two books, I simply had no c [...]

    22. First thing I’m going to say, is thank God this book was longer than the first two! The first two books were sooooo good but so frustratingly short, I wanted to throw my Kobo! “Zero Day” thankfully, is a full-length novel (322 pgs).But as long as this one was, it lacked then same creep factor of the other books and that was disappointing. Don’t get me wrong, it is still very good, it just didn’t hook me like the others. Especially the first one because for me, the fun is in the chaos. [...]

    23. I've followed this creepy-crawly series from the first book, and was happy there wasn't a full year in between each book.  It was so much easier to remember the characters.With all the horrors these characters have experienced, there are more to come in Zero Day.  Without a doubt, the president has the best storyline this time around.  There are some intense moments, and battle lines are drawn over differing opinions on actions to take with the spiders.All the plot lines are wrapped up by th [...]

    24. The United States goes to war against the queen spiders that threaten to overtake the human race forever in this thrilling and horrifying finale of the “captivating, engaging, and completely terrifying” (My Guilty Obsession) internationally bestselling Hatching series.The world is on the brink of apocalypse. Zero Day has come.The only thing more terrifying than millions of spiders is the realization that those spiders work as one. But among the government, there is dissent: do we try to kill [...]

    25. I'm kind of torn on how to rate this book, because the story as a whole is fantastic, yet I was a bit let down on book 3. My problem was with how safe Mr. Boone played it. I don't want all the main characters to dieever./Well, maybe sometimes. But, I do like it when an author doesn't play it safe and kills off at least of few of them! It ups the stakes. Makes me worry a bit more when I know that anybody could die horribly at any moment. There were few tense moments in this book. All the same, th [...]

    26. The final book in the Hatching Series by Ezekiel Boone does not disappoint. The ancient spiders that were unearthed in Peru are now on the attack worldwide and seemingly can't be stopped. Should President Stephanie Pilgrim order a full out nuclear attack in an attempt to stop the spread or will the nukes only kill mankind? Full of characters that you either want to hunker down with during this spider apocalypse, or those that you want to. strangle. Read this book, even if you are afraid of spide [...]

    27. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is the last book in a trilogy about a spider apocalypse. The first 2 books were amazing! This book was good. But I didn’t get the same creep factor as I did from the first 2. I think because it was less about the spiders this time and more about the people. Or maybe it was because it felt rushed, and it was slightly anti climatic for me.The author played a little too safe with the characters. What’s an apoca [...]

    28. This is such a great book and great series. I am sad to see it end but I know this series will be one I will most likely read again in the future. If you are looking for a book and book series that will give you the creeps I highly recommend this

    29. OH. MY. SPIDERS.Arachnophobia aside, I've loved -almost- every second of this series so I'm sad to see it end. That being said, if it has to end Zero Day makes for a fantastic conclusion. Following the events of Skitter tensions in the White House have escalated and President Stephanie Pilgrim is once again faced with a difficult choice. The spiders are evolving and this third-wave could be smarter and deadlier than the first two putting Melanie and her team of scientists in a race against the c [...]

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