THE NIGHT SPIDERS by John Lymington

THE NIGHT SPIDERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The aura of a Midwich Cuckoos catastrophe will unnerve the reader in the first few pages as a quiet English household awakens one morning with an odd sense of displacement... amnesia, time disorientation, etc. Meanwhile outside the house a crowd has gathered...staring...with strangely grotesque faces ""waiting for something to happen."" While not as structurally sound as Wyndham, Mr. Lymington writes in the Wyndham domain of the plausible supernatural. Spiders will hypnotize.

Pub Date: Feb. 3rd, 1966
Publisher: Doubleday