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This Book is Full of Spiders: Seriously Dude Don't Touch it by David Wong (Engli

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  • A great follow up to John Dies at the End.

    David Wong's sequel to the frenetic John Dies at the End starts with a bang- the book follows David in a more linear story then the first, while still keeping much of the humour and page turning energy. If zombie type apocalyptic showdowns and face eating spiders with a side of teleportation musings sound like your cup of tea then This Book is Full of Spiders is the book for you.

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    Words have no meaning so they can't describe what you'll find in this book.

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  • This writer is fantastic, and I cannot tell you enough that you should go r

    Following up the extraordinary John Dies At The End must have been a daunting task. The first in what I'm calling David Wong's David Wong series (the author's name is a pseudonym and is also the main character's name, as the books are written - mostly - in the first person) was a remarkable achievement, blending wit, juvenile and irreverent humor, and a healthy dose of gory horror. The follow-up, with what is one of the greatest titles of any book to date, is the continued adventures of David and John, but it's a slightly more mature book in its telling. Does that make it any better or worse? Well, it's a little of both. First off, there's a reason I'm giving this book five stars. It's just plain old great reading. The sheer number of jokes has been reduced from the manic pace of John ...