Middle School Monday | Spider’s Lair – Guy Bass

The Spiders Lair (Stitch Head, #4)

Format: Paperback, 198 pages
Published: Jan 1st 2013
Genre: Fantasy
ISBN: 9781847153777
Age Range: 6+
Rating: 5/5 stars
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Arabella lands in the dreaded orphanage, and discovers a monstrous spider is feeding on orphans’ souls. Stitch Head must help rescue her, but he finds himself caught up in the spider’s web of intrigue with no chance of escape.
This is the last book of the Stitch Head series and I have to say I was not disappointed. Okay, well maybe a little disappointed, but only because it is the last book. I cannot believe that the series is finished.
In this book Stitch Head’s friend Arabella is taken to an orphanage after the death of her Grandmother. Although Stitch Head is unfamiliar with orphanages he knows that Arabella doesn’t want to be there so he sets out on a mission with Ivo to get her back.
When they arrive at the orphanage everyone seems to be having a good time and Madame Venin seems nice. They can’t seem to find Arabella anywhere in the orphanage though! It isn’t until late in the evening that Stitch Head and Ivo hear her voice coming from a hidden corridor. When they head through the corridor they find something absolutely HORRIFIC; a huge colossal spider! Where the story goes from here is absolutely astonishing, and it ties the series together perfectly.
I cannot express enough how disappointed I am that this series is over. I could read these stories over and over again and cannot stress how badly I want Guy Bass to continue writing these.

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