If you're looking for a book to escape into then Spidersilk is definitely for you. The book is certainly a page turner, not simply because of the unique writing style, but also because the mystery of the story takes you by the hand and strings you along page after page. Before you know it the book is over and you're still going over the fine details.
This book is perfect for anyone who loves to read about dreams as well as other dimensions, may they be fictional, spiritually or parallel to the one we live in now. The book utilizes the dreams of the main character to give the reader an unattached feeling to any world. At times it even seems as if the dreams of this character are truly real opposed to the reality that seems to be spiraling out of control.
One of the best aspects of this story is the character development. Everyone mentioned in the book tends to take on a life of their own, and before the end of the story each had registered at least once on my potential suspect list. Apart from the characters seeming like people that might be in my own inner circle, the topic of conversations, dialogue and interactions with one another had an entirely natural feel that made this book feel real, opposed to the scripted dialogue of many stories.
This book is perfect for a rainy afternoon read and will definitely have you hooked by the first page. Good luck figuring out the mystery before the last chapter though, as there is so many great things going on in this book that your head will be spinning days after you finish it.