Spider Soup by Lori R. Lopez
Lori R. Lopez takes the reader into some uncomfortable places…and turns their world upside down.
A couple inherited a house from a strange elderly family member – one that protected and cared for the spiders in the house. They do the same in the spirit of their loved one’s memory.
One night they wake up and find out that all of their spider friends have turned on them; they’re spun in webs and are being hauled to the basement.
This story is fairytale-esque, from the fantastically strained plot to the cliché dialogue between the characters. Some might find this charming, but all it did for me was keep me from connecting with the characters or story. There was also parts where the POV was confusing, and the story was packed with rhetorical questions. Otherwise, there were a few grammar issues.
I give this book: 1 QUILLS