I had the pleasure of reading Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion by Michael Phillip Cash back in August of 2013, and have to say, I will never look at cicadas in the same way again. Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion by Michael Phillip Cash won First Place for the Readers Views Literary Awards of 2013 in the Mystery/Thriller/Horror/Suspense Category, and also received First Place for the Rebecca's Reads Readers Choice Awards of 2013 in the Mystery/Thriller Category.
I have just recently discovered that Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion by Michael Phillip Cash won a Pinnacle Book Achievement Award in the Horror Category. The National Association of Book Entrepreneurs - also known as NABE - released their list of Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winners for Spring 2014 in April of this year. Congratulations once again, Mr. Cash - this is such a tremendous achievement!
Meet Michael Phillip Cash
Michael Phillip Cash is an award winning and best selling author of horror, paranormal, and science fiction novels. Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island, The Hanging Tree, and Schism: The Battle For Darracia have all been named to Foreword Review's Book of the Year Awards. Michael currently resides on Long Island with his wife and children.
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Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion by Michael Phillip Cash (2013)
Length: 308 pages
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Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion Blurb:
During a sweltering summer night, Brood Ten emerges and wreaks havoc with the electric grid, phone and cell service, wi-fi, food and water supply. Civilization as they know it is gone.
Seth and Lara are thrown back to the stone age in their own home with trillions of cicada trying to deposit their eggs and breed.
Will Seth grow up and take responsibility for his family? Or will the devastating bugs destroy humanity?
Brood X: A Firsthand Account of the Great Cicada Invasion Book Trailer:
Till we Meet Again, Glow Brightly as Moonlight