A somewhat unnerving short story collection about our relationship with arachnids, featuring the stories, "What is There to Fear?", "Spider Inside," "Home Sweet Home," "A Response" and "Blondi".
WHAT IS THERE TO FEAR?
A furry black mass of limbs protrudes and carries itself, hidden within the long legs punctuated by joints and dark fiber like hairs are eight beady eyeballs too dark to reflect light. Distending directly beneath the eyes are two smaller limbs that resemble the tusks of a walrus, and attached to these limbs are two large fangs that secrete venom and digestive juices. The size of their bodies can vary from inconspicuously small and pea like to the dinner plate sized giants of their species. Spun along with our imagination they move pass phobia and become monsters. Stories depict them bigger th...