|City, the (1986) [Novel]|
by Richard Haigh
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(From the publisher):
It was the greatest agricultural show ever held. One of the world's biggest stadiums was barely large enough to host it. And one of the star attractions was the enclosure holding the massive humped Buckland White pigs, with their huge tusks, evil red eyes and narrow, murderous snouts. With their well-earned reputation for lethal viciousness, they were truly creatures out of shrieking nightmare. Safely penned behind stout bars, they gave the spectators a delicious cheap thrill of safe terror.
But then the pigs broke loose. And so did all Hell...
Original title: The City
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Animals Run Rampant, Werewolves