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by Stephen King
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Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it 6 years ago
While reading this book I actually found myself reflexively plugging my ears in the way I do during suspenseful scenes in movies- but you can't keep Annie Wilkes away that easily. Not only did I love this as a psychological thriller, but also as a meditation on the relationship between celebrities a...
There's more to life than reading, but it's a good place to start
I hate Stephen King novels with a passion. There's nothing more boring than endless description of cloudy skies dripping on and on until the end of time and everything has turned to dust around me as I struggle to prevent my eyelids closing forever with the weight of the ash, trembling hands barely ...
A Few Thoughts
A Few Thoughts rated it 7 years ago
I swear it's a coincidence. I didn't set out to read two novels by Stephan King that come down to a main character immobilized in a bed for an extended period waiting for doom. The first one I read, [b:Gerald's Game|32692|Gerald's Game|Stephen King|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1297737756s/32692.jp...
kennethjmcginnis
kennethjmcginnis rated it 7 years ago
4.00257209
lauracrean5
lauracrean5 rated it 7 years ago
amazing writing - very scary LOL
Simon's Phantom Blog
Simon's Phantom Blog rated it 7 years ago
By far one of the best Stephen King novels. A true literary masterpiece. How he keeps the tension going with just 2 characters is simply astonishing. This book is far more horrific than most of King's as it is not supernatural, more a psychotic thiller. The brutal scenes of torture are hard to read ...
Jordyn the Paperback Princess
Jordyn the Paperback Princess rated it 7 years ago
Still creepy as ever! This is why I would never ever want to be an author.
The Nrrdling (Aryn)
The Nrrdling (Aryn) rated it 7 years ago
Someday maybe I'll learn that starting a novel at 11:30 at night only leads to me reading until 3am. Now I may never sleep again.One of the reasons I've always liked King is not for the terror he induces or the plots (which sometimes wear rather thin), but for the people. I find there to be nothin...
Karma♥Bites’s Mercurial Reads
Karma♥Bites’s Mercurial Reads rated it 7 years ago
The book was good but sweet Jesus! Kathy Bates made it memorable.
My Reading Life
My Reading Life rated it 7 years ago
Another one that wasn't at all what I was expecting! I don't think I've ever seen the whole movie, but I've seen enough that I was completely shocked at how much more gruesome and frightening the book was. I couldn't stop reading it. Excellently paced and not at all dull despite the lack of chara...
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