Wendell starts the ball rolling on his plan to save Jerry (not Jeremy) Galloway from the clutches of a cult dedicated to the Adversarial Force. All of his planning depends on his disparate group to finally come together into a team. But is the obligate pessimist now being too optimistic for his own good?
As part of the plan, Tommy must take a road trip. The problem? It’s a road trip with Flo.
Anansi meets with a very old friend and reveals the depth of his concerns to her. Meanwhile, Wendell briefs the team on what he thinks Anansi’s plan was.
Susan and Terrell have a less than pleasant talk with The Strigoi, and later, Wendell reveals to Susan just how much he knows about her and her late husband.
Wendell begins to lay out the disturbing facts behind the group’s mission from Anansi, including the strange secret the boy they’re meant to protect harbors. But one name puts Coyote on edge and might make the group’s mission go from ‘difficult’ to ‘suicidal’.
The Spider’s Seven are back! But the second half of the series find the group Anansi built in dire straits as the Spider himself has gone missing. Can they manage to hang together in the absence of the only person who knew what was really going on?
The circumstances of their newest teammate raises serious concerns among the others and threatens Anansi’s plan before it can even begin. Continue reading
The team is almost home free, but is it possible that Wendell’s plan has a fatal flaw in it that migh bring the whole thing toppling down? Find out in the conclusion of ‘The Genius’. Continue reading
Wendell, Sudan and Terrell continued their con to ‘rescue’ Anansi’s so called Genius, with a few clever ploys and twists along the way. Continue reading
The con is on as Anansi sends Wendell, Susan and Terrell to Oregon to retrieve their newest member: The Genius.
But this won’t just be a casual visit: to get to her, they’re going to have to manipulate their way into a military mental health center and convince a literal mad scientist to come with them. Luckily, this is right up Wendell’s alley. Continue reading