This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It (John Dies at the End)

David Wong


From David Wong, the author of the cult sensation John Dies on the End,omes one other terrifying and hilarious story of virtually Armageddon by the hands of 2 hopeless heroes.

Warning: you might have a massive, invisible spider residing on your cranium. this isn't A METAPHOR.

you'll brush aside this as ridiculous fear-mongering. brushing aside issues as ridiculous fear-mongering is, actually, the 1st symptom of parasitic spider an infection -- the creature stimulates skepticism, with a purpose to hinder you from looking a therapy. that is simply to boot, because the "cure" includes studying what a chainsaw tastes like. you cannot think the spider, since it controls your nerve endings. you will not even suppose it while it breeds. and it'll breed.

simply remain calm, and do not forget that telling you in regards to the spider scenario is not similar to having prompted it. i am simply the messenger. no matter if I did type of reason it. both means, I will not carry it opposed to you if you are disappointed. i do know that is simply the spider talking.

"Like an episode of AMC's "The strolling useless" written by way of Douglas Adams of "The Hitchhiker's consultant to the Galaxy." …Imagine a mentally unwell narrator describing the zombie apocalypse whereas under the influence of alcohol, and the result is not like the other e-book of the style. heavily, dude, contact it and browse it." –Washington Post

"Kevin Smith's Clerks meets H.P. Lovecraft during this remarkable mystery… David Wong (Jason Pargin) is a lovely writer with a supernatural expertise for humor. if you would like a poignant, laugh-out-loud humorous, irritating, ridiculous, self-aware, socially correct horror novel than This booklet is filled with Spiders: heavily Dude, do not contact It is the only and simply publication for you." –SF Signal

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