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This proved to be an engaging novella for many reasons, not least of which was the well-researched details. Great writers are said to be omnivorous in their tastes and curiosity; this work demonstrated that addage, skillfully drawing the reader into the protagonists' mind and expertise.
Bravo - I'm optimistic we'll see something greater still; we need more gifted people in the horror genre.
"The Isaac Spiders" features an inquisitive arachnologist, Flynn, his English studies lecturer wife Steph and their loyal dog, Sol, as they explore a deserted shed that, rumour has it, has a new type of spider inside... I won't give away any more of the plot because the suspense is an important part of the fun. The author takes his time to get you invested in his characters and it definitely pays off. At first I thought the story was progressing too slowly, but that was all part of Rose's plan. Like a spider's web, it's about slowly building tension and significance. Similarly, there were several clever plot twists, particularly near the end, that magnified the novella's unsettling, discomforting 'horror' that that I really enjoyed.
Speaking of enjoyable, the writing itself is a pleasure to read. It's clear, descriptive and clever- I'd even say that aspect was one of the things I enjoyed the most as I sat down to read.
Who should buy this? Anyone who appreciates a quirky suspense/thriller tale, looks for high quality writing or wants something different for the 'spooky' season.
Who should not buy this? I'm not sure- arachnophobes? But isn't that kinda the point?