Seventeen-year-old Erin has a lot to look forward to, even if it suddenly seems like everywhere she turns there’s a spider staring at her. She’s finally out to her friends and family, surprising exactly no one. When Dawn, the love of her tender teenage dreams, corners her in the library, a whole new world opens up to Erin. From here on out, it’s all make-out sessions with her beautiful girlfriend in rooms stacked high with books.
Until the spiders start whispering.
Turns out the spiders aren’t just stalking her for kicks. They need her to be their voice, their vessel, whatever that means. But their timing is crap, because there’s no way Erin is giving up her human life just when things are starting to get amazing. Too bad the spiders just won’t quit. Like it or not, Erin will have to choose, and it won’t be nearly as easy as she thinks.
Praise for I See the Web
“ATTENTION – I am a self-diagnosed arachnophobic. I can’t even watch spider scenes in movies, yet this book still held me in its thrall from beginning to end. So, READ IT, MY SPIDER-FEARING BRETHREN.”
“It’s even more interesting to see how [Spivey] anchors those images of a normal teenage life to the creepy crawly mythology that weaves throughout the story. The spiders start as what initially seems like a minor story thread, but they build into something much bigger, stickier, and scarier.”
“The best part of this story, for me, was Erin’s voice. The author’s trendy, modern writing style made Erin a very relatable character. It almost felt like I was right there in her brain, seeing the world through her eyes in an intimate way. That—and the spiders—kept me turning the pages.”
“Perfectly sized for a night’s reading. I can’t wait for the next installment. The characters are real and the interior dialogue refreshing.”