• What Hides Within

  • By: Jason Parent
  • Narrated by: Joe Hempel
  • Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Clive Menard is just an ordinary guy living an ordinary life. But when a talking spider crawls inside his head, things get a lot less ordinary…and people start dying. 

Could an itsy-bitsy arachnid be behind the killing spree terrorizing Clive’s community? To evade a sharp detective and find a murderer among friends, Clive must shake the cobwebs loose and piece together the puzzle of his life, all without falling prey to a dark force beyond his comprehension. 

A genre-twisting dark comedy, What Hides Within is an EPIC Finalist and Independent eBook Award Runner-Up for “Best Horror.”

©2012, 2017 Jason Parent (P)2020 Jason Parent

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What Hides Within

This book was odd but enjoyable. It bounced around and I had a hard time tracking the story sometimes, but it did all come together in the end. I enjoyed the characters and I liked how nobody was sacred enough to remain undamaged. I love it when writers are able to ax the characters. I have a few books by Jason Parent and I am going to read them next because I appreciate the way he writes.