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They thought it was over, but the second wave was only the beginning.

In the aftermath of the Clickers and Dark Ones' siege, and a coup against an insane President, America rebuilds. Change has come, and a better future is promised to all. But promises can be broken, and there may be no future at all. Because deep beneath the ocean, a new terror awaits. Dagon, god of the Dark Ones, is waking up....And if humanity doesn't stop him, then mankind will face extinction. 

Trapped on a South Pacific Island, the cast of Clickers and Clickers 2: The Next Wave join forces with a mysterious group of occult agents, to face off against the Clickers, the Dark Ones, Dagon, and an all-new threat: The deadly obsidian Clickers. The stakes have never been higher. 

Dagon is rising....And humanity will fall. 

Clickers III: Dagon Rising. It's more giant monster carnage, and B-movie fun, as only J. F. Gonzalez and Brian Keene can bring you.

©2010 Jesus F. Gonzalez, Brian Keene (P)2022 David N. WIlson

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Don't buy this trilogy!

loose ends and plots with absolutely no bearing to this farce of an attempt at a Lovecraftian horror story. Very predictable. If your new to Lovecraft it's a good read.

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Just ok

This book was not as good as the first two, it was a struggle to finish.

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It’s not as deep as Dagon but it’s kinda fun 🤷🏽‍♂️

So I like Clickers, but for all the wrong reasons.
It’s not high brow science fi horror and has more ham and cheese than southern lunchbox.
The beauty of Clickers is that its fun.
The Characters lean into their cliches. How the goodfellas guy became the focus of this book I have no idea but I just went with it and it was like watching low budget horror flick… like the authors promised.
It’s a fun , silly semi problematic at times ride that feels like it was written in the late nineties.