Pet Sematary / Carrie / Nightshift

Pet Sematary / Carrie / Nightshift

Pet Sematary Carrie Nightshift Three of Stephen King s most terrifying works this set includes Pet Sematary Carrie and Night Shift

  • Title: Pet Sematary / Carrie / Nightshift
  • Author: Stephen King
  • ISBN: 9780451925015
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three of Stephen King s most terrifying works, this set includes Pet Sematary, Carrie and Night Shift.

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    Pet Sematary is my all-time favourite book and I can't believe Good Reads don't seem to have a standalone page for it.I first read it when it came out, thought the film had it's good pointsbut fell way short of this book's impossible high standard.When Stephen King writes at his very best, there is no-one who can get near him. It's like he's in (or from) another dimension.I ache at my computer trying to come up with something even a fraction as frightening as this.I'll post a longer review on my [...]

    This book got four stars for Carrie alone. I love the story line. It's a simple story of the prey becoming the hunter. A girl who is finally pushed to her limits and eventually snaps in a way we can not begin to fathom. I feel this is more a book on the issue of bullying and what it can do to a person, than about anything else. It explores both sides of a bullied individual; the weak, fragile and naive; and the angry, violent and vengeful. And in this book, King ventures through both, using mind [...]

    I loved Pet Sematary and Carrie, eh I wasn't too crazy about Nightshift. But Stephen King can really craft the perfect horror story.

    this book by Stephen king is a very scary yet thrilling book to read it leaves you with mystery and wanting to read more of it.Its about a family of including their pet cat,its Louis creed a doctor ,Rachel his wife and Ellie and Gage his two kids along with his pet cat church.They move from Chicago to Maine, because Louis creed being a doctor gets a job offering at a university.In Maine they move to a little town called ludlow and there they meet jud crandall and his mom Norma,Norma has very bad [...]

    I read this book because I am a fan of thriller novels, so I thought that Pet Semetary was a good one to read. Some friends told me about the movie and it seemed pretty interesting. The genre of this book is fiction. The two main characters of this novel are Louis Creed and Jud Crandall. I think that the protagonist is Jud Crandall. At first, I thought it would be Louis, but towards the end, I figured out that he is more of the antagonist. Some supporting characters are Rachel Creed, Ellie and G [...]

    Amazing! It was pretty scary; not in a jump-out-at-you way, but in a twisted, depressing way.It is pretty much about this "Wendigo" beast thing that makes things happen and that can make people do things they don't realize they're doing.Warning: if you like happy endings, DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. The ending is about as un-happy as it gets. The guy's son dies, so he brings him back to life. Said zombie son kills his best friend and his wife, so the guy kills his zombie son and burns his and his bes [...]

    I read the Pet Semetary portion of this book and found it to be very entertaining. I personally like the horror genre and for anyone who feels the same, I would highly recommend this book. The book in its imagery can only be so scary with the imagery and diction, but the moral/ethical issue with this novel invokes the fear of mortality all humans feel in one way or another. The plot seems to moved forward on the premise of Louis digging himself into a hole he cannot get out of. The plot of the n [...]

    I've always been a sucker for those little bits of writing that stop a reader dead in his tracks. For me, one such moment comes partway through this book. King writes:"It's probably wrong to believe there can be any limit to the horror which the human mind can experience. On the contrary, it seems that some exponential effect begins to obtain as deeper and deeper darkness falls - as little as one may like to admit it, human experience tends, in a good many ways, to support the idea that when the [...]

    This book was amazing. I know some people aren't fans of books taking really long to get to the climax but King really knows how to get you to care about the characters as if they were your own neighbors, friends or even family. How heartbreaking are scenes when someone you feel like you know is suffering? I liked how long this book was because it got you emotionally invested. And what's more is that King actually lived near a road like this"King returned to his alma mater, the University of Mai [...]

    Stepehen King had indubitably set new standards by which horror was to be measured or assessed in the future with this novel.Before reading it, my notion of horror was gut slashing and blood spilling in the most grotesque manner imaginable. Upon delving into this fascinating story, I realized that horror is the most honest and at its most frightening best when it tries to unlock the human mind's hidden fears and vices and the extent to which he/she would go to see it come to fruition.The beauty [...]

    Definitely not my favourite King book. I enjoyed the first part—King writes those family with kids scenes so well, brings such life to them. And what happens to the Creed family is just gut-wrenching. But once we get to the part where we know what Louis is going to do, and we also know it’s not going to turn out well (not to mention, we’re screaming at him, “No! Don’t do it! Don’t do it!”), it started to feel (to me) more a matter of turning the pages in order to get to the end tha [...]

    Pet Cemetery Good book, but i feel like half of it could have been cut out. Some chapters are so boring, that i has skipping lines, hoping i would get to the good part of the book faster. If you are into depressing, twisted and sometimes disgusting stories, this is your book. Good ending, but it became obvious a bit too early for my liking.The detail of some particular moments from the book was so good, that i could smell the smells and feel the goosebumps the character was getting.Glad I read i [...]

    This was actually just Pet Semetary. Not quite sure why I couldn't find something that had just that book, but whatever. At any rate, out of every Stephen King novel I've read, Semetary struck me the hardest. Maybe it's because I'm a parent, but I almost couldn't finish the book. That isn't to say it was a bad book. Far from it. It was simply so brutal that I was aghast at what was occurring. Kudos to King, the master of horror.

    WOW All this in one book. Thank you Stephen King. Carrie kicked off YA in a massive way by using adult themes with teen characters. Brave and original full of mind-numbing imagery and what religious fervour can do to a family.Pet Semetary is a true horror classic opening a grieving wound and gouging out handfuls of gore. Creepy, so Halloween and there's a cat too.Nightshift is chock full of awesome shorties, macabre, amusing, scary, perfect for this Halloween season.

    I finished this book last night. And I must say, King could have gotten rid of 3/4 of this book and it would have still felt the same. The majority of the book was just dragging it out. By the time the one major part happens, you're flipping pages without reading it just so you can see what happens. The end of the book was the best part. The rest of it was stuff that didn't particularly matter, or could have simply been shortened.

    I am finishing the end of this book, but I think so far it has been fantastic. It is a thriller that keeps me wondering what's going to happen. I didn't think it was smart of the main character, Louis, to bury his son in the Micmac grounds to bring him back to life. I predict that something awful will happen to the family now that the son will be coming back from the dead. I am scared for them! D: I can't wait to read the end of the book and find out what happens.

    This book is very dark and twisted; just the sort of story that I like. It wasn't as scary as I had anticipated, which was nice, as I tend to read at night. It is an interesting look into human nature, and how many times, people will try to get what they want, even if they know it is a bad idea.

    Well, shoot - it's been a long time since I've read any Stephen King, and I find that his skill is actually my undoing. That is, I connect so well with the characters that it is depressing when they go through the horrific circumstances. (uh-huh - not "if," because we are, after all, talking about Stephen King!)

    Really is a first class work of fiction. This novel had me on edge from page one, even now after half of an hour since finishing it my heart is still beating restlessly. When i was reading i had to fight to put it down, but once it was closed, i was terrified to reopen it again as the overwhelming terrifying tale of a crazed fathers fight to protect his family.Good Job Stephen

    I first read Pet Sematary in 6th grade and convinced my teacher to let me do a book report on it. She thought I was crazy. Ever since I have loved any book by Stephen King. I even was able to write my junior theme on King's works and his very unique point of view. Loved it and almost all of his books!!!

    One of my favorite books by the king. This one will keep you up at night, and if you've never seen the movie, read the book first! The book is 100x more scary, and detailed. Sometimes I think i still hear a twisted voice saying "Ozz the gweat and tewwible" ughh, so freaky!

    I love Stephen King's stories and I love Stephen King. The only thing I don't like is that he tends to stray a lot. Just when you are getting into something, he goes off in a different direction. I'll continue to read him, though. His stories are brilliant!

    A classic, no one scares like Stephen King and this is one of his best works. The cold, middle-of-the-night sweat of loss or just the fear of dying, this book will ruffle something in you at some pointif you're human that is.

    I love the older stuff by Stephen King. I think he has really matured as a writer. His new stuff is just as good as this, but a completely different, much deeper ball game now. I also love his book "On Writing". The best book on writing that I know of.

    I was gifted 'Pet Cemetary' and was hooked. King is so descriptive and detailed, it feels as though I am drawn into the story. I am practiced not to read them at night, alone, at bedtime.

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