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Where Spiders Fear to Spin Paperback – May 21, 2015
About the Author
Peter N. Dudar was born in Albany, New York, where he spent the first half of his life filling his world with horror movies and monster masks and all things Halloween. An alumnus of both Christian Brothers Academy and the University at Albany, the New York native moved to Maine upon his college graduation and began his writing career. His debut novel, A Requiem for Dead Flies, was a finalist for the prestigious Bram Stoker Award®, and his subsequent books have continued to gain popularity among critics and fans of the horror genre. Dudar is a career employee of the United States Postal Service, where he has worked for the past twenty-two years to pay the bills as he continues to build his writing career. He is a proud member of the New England Horror Writers and a founding member of the Tuesday Mayhem Society, a local authors group that performs reading events at area libraries. Dudar lives in Lisbon Falls, Maine with his wife Amy and two daughters, and continues to fill his world with horror movies and monster masks and all things Halloween.
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The story is involved and engaging, and I could sympathize with Sadie and her soap opera life, and her tragic last days. I could also drum up some sympathy for her daughter and the father. And this is what makes Dudar the great writer and story teller he is; he makes even the most vile character likeable. That is difficult to create; to evoke a positive emotion for characters that are not so loveable.
In the end, I loved the spider by the way. Pick this up. You will not regret it.
Where Spiders Fear to Spin shows you what happens to a family when resentment, weakness, and anger settle in and fester. A different type of ghost story, Where Spiders Fear to Spin is a quick read and a nice change of pace.
I give it 4 stars!