This Book Is Full of Spiders - WikipediaHe seemed bored with our session. That actually made me want to act crazy, to impress him. Maybe that was his tactic. I thought, maybe I should tell him I'm the only person on Earth who has seen his entire skeleton. Or, I could make something up instead. The therapist, whose name I had already forgotten, said, "You believe your role here is to convince me you're not crazy?
This Book is Full of Spiders [Part 1] Prologue/Epiprologue
Sequel Status: ‘This Book Is Full Of Spiders: Seriously Dude, Don’t Touch It’
Still living in [Undisclosed] with John who probably didn't die at the end , things seem to be going fine until Dave wakes up with a large spider-monster injecting him with paralyzing venom and trying to burrow into his skull. After a narrow escape wherein a police officer is infected, a massive outbreak occurs, and John "accidentally" texts photos of his genitals to Dave twice , things somehow get worse. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.
Spiders seem to tap into a primeval fear inside humans. Perhaps in the days of cavemen there were 20 foot spiders that ate those that travelled at night? What I do know is that the average domestic spider in the UK is unlikely to spring off the wall and eat through your skull. This set of events is not true of an undisclosed town in America were the spiders will not only drill into your brain, but they are invisible so you cannot even see them noshing your noggin. Dave and John are back. Two something slackers whose only claim to fame is that they can see things that the rest of the world cannot.
This Book Is Full of Spiders was first published in hardback on October 2, through Thomas Dunne Books and chronicles the further adventures of John and Dave,  who are living in an Undisclosed American Midwest town, which has a long history of horrific occurrences with supernatural roots. John and Dave have the unique ability to see things that ordinary people cannot after taking a mysterious drug known as the "Soy Sauce" during events of John Dies at the End. While attending court-ordered therapy session with Dr. Bob Tennet, David shows him a video of a man walking through a door and disappearing instantly. Dave suggests that the man was teleported someplace else, while neglecting to mention that he and John have found and successfully used multiple such doors throughout the city of [Undisclosed]. That night, David is attacked by a spider-like creature is his bedroom, but manages to fight it off.