Pet Sematary

Pet Sematary

Sometimes dead is better....When the Creeds move into a beautiful old house in rural Maine, it all seems too good to be true: physician father, beautiful wife, charming little daughter, adorable infant son -- and now an idyllic home. As a family, they've got it all...right down to the friendly cat. But the nearby woods hide a blood-chilling truth -- more terrifying than de Sometimes dead is better....When the Creeds move into a beautiful old house in rural Maine, it all seems too good to be t...

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Title:Pet Sematary
Author:Stephen King
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:Pet Sematary
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:580 pages pages

Pet Sematary Reviews

  • Nikki
    Oct 21, 2008

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

  • Dustin
    Dec 07, 2007

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

    Believe it or not, after 700+ books read (and I know there's at least 100 I've forgotten to review over the years), I've never read a Stephen King novel. I've seen a few movies and enjoyed them (Dolores Claiborne, Misery, It, Carrie, The Shining) but never actually read one. Yep, I'm a...

    ?to bi bilo kad bi ljudi mogli poni?titi smrt? Svi smo barem jednom po?eljeli da drage nam osobe koje vi?e nisu s nama vratimo u zemaljski ?ivot ne razmi?ljaju?i o posljedicama. A ?to ako posljedice imaju visoku cijenu? Ina?e nisam fan horora ali barem jednom godi?nje dopust...

    I read this 2 decades ago and I can still picture the scene where he is talking about the ancient magic in the woods that the Native Americans lived with. This was a creepy book and it was a great read. Love it. ...

    Holy crap, re-reading this book is like watching a car crash about to take place in super slow motion: You know what's coming, you know how it can be avoided, but all the same, you find yourself walking the well-tended path into the deep woods of Northern Maine... In my reading of t...

  • Alejandro
    Oct 23, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

  • Matt
    Nov 02, 2015

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

  • Vincent Kaprat
    Jan 26, 2009

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

  • Erin *Proud Book Hoarder*
    Sep 29, 2013

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

    Believe it or not, after 700+ books read (and I know there's at least 100 I've forgotten to review over the years), I've never read a Stephen King novel. I've seen a few movies and enjoyed them (Dolores Claiborne, Misery, It, Carrie, The Shining) but never actually read one. Yep, I'm a...

    ?to bi bilo kad bi ljudi mogli poni?titi smrt? Svi smo barem jednom po?eljeli da drage nam osobe koje vi?e nisu s nama vratimo u zemaljski ?ivot ne razmi?ljaju?i o posljedicama. A ?to ako posljedice imaju visoku cijenu? Ina?e nisam fan horora ali barem jednom godi?nje dopust...

    I read this 2 decades ago and I can still picture the scene where he is talking about the ancient magic in the woods that the Native Americans lived with. This was a creepy book and it was a great read. Love it. ...

    Holy crap, re-reading this book is like watching a car crash about to take place in super slow motion: You know what's coming, you know how it can be avoided, but all the same, you find yourself walking the well-tended path into the deep woods of Northern Maine... In my reading of t...

    Pet Semetary is horror-scary with its story, but the prime focus that comes across to me is overwhelming grief meeting the breaking point/barrier the brain has before it goes insane. Stephen King has said this was one of the books that frightened him the most to write. It likely m...

  • Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies
    Oct 05, 2015

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

  • James
    Oct 31, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

    Believe it or not, after 700+ books read (and I know there's at least 100 I've forgotten to review over the years), I've never read a Stephen King novel. I've seen a few movies and enjoyed them (Dolores Claiborne, Misery, It, Carrie, The Shining) but never actually read one. Yep, I'm a...

  • Luffy
    May 30, 2015

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

  • Carol
    Jun 18, 2013

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Feb 07, 2014

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

  • Edward Lorn
    Apr 17, 2012

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

  • Ginger
    Aug 24, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

  • Mario
    Oct 15, 2014

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

  • Calista
    Dec 09, 2014

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

    Believe it or not, after 700+ books read (and I know there's at least 100 I've forgotten to review over the years), I've never read a Stephen King novel. I've seen a few movies and enjoyed them (Dolores Claiborne, Misery, It, Carrie, The Shining) but never actually read one. Yep, I'm a...

    ?to bi bilo kad bi ljudi mogli poni?titi smrt? Svi smo barem jednom po?eljeli da drage nam osobe koje vi?e nisu s nama vratimo u zemaljski ?ivot ne razmi?ljaju?i o posljedicama. A ?to ako posljedice imaju visoku cijenu? Ina?e nisam fan horora ali barem jednom godi?nje dopust...

    I read this 2 decades ago and I can still picture the scene where he is talking about the ancient magic in the woods that the Native Americans lived with. This was a creepy book and it was a great read. Love it. ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Oct 07, 2016

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

  • Heena Rathore P.
    Jul 08, 2014

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

  • Will M.
    Jun 13, 2014

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

  • Justin Tate
    Aug 28, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

  • Helga
    Oct 18, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

  • Anne
    Oct 01, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

  • Babybook
    Jul 23, 2016

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

    This novel was absolutely terrifying, especially because it somehow seemed so real. While reading, I was constantly guessing how the whole thing was supposed to end, because I really couldn't come up with a possible and fitting solution. But of course, Stephen King knew what to do! H...

    While a third into this Stephen King book, it dawned on me why King had such a strong fan base around the world in the 80s, and was the hottest name in popular fiction. It came to me that reading such a well-written horror book was legitimately one of the most primal, adult thi...

    THE ELECTRICITY JUST FLUCTUATED WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS REVIEW. THE LIGHTS WENT BATSHIT CRAZY. WTF IS HAPPENING? I'M NOT KIDDING AROUND, IT'S 6:15PM AND I'M ALONE IN MY ROOM. WHAT DID YOU DO TO ME, KING? Louis Creeds moves into a beautiful old house in Maine with his wife, daught...

    What you buy is what you own, and sooner or later what you own will come back to you? What is there not to like about Stephen King?s books? Writing a book is difficult, I know. But writing a book that contains humor, horror, despair, tragedy and above all excellent writing; ...

    Believe it or not, after 700+ books read (and I know there's at least 100 I've forgotten to review over the years), I've never read a Stephen King novel. I've seen a few movies and enjoyed them (Dolores Claiborne, Misery, It, Carrie, The Shining) but never actually read one. Yep, I'm a...

    ?to bi bilo kad bi ljudi mogli poni?titi smrt? Svi smo barem jednom po?eljeli da drage nam osobe koje vi?e nisu s nama vratimo u zemaljski ?ivot ne razmi?ljaju?i o posljedicama. A ?to ako posljedice imaju visoku cijenu? Ina?e nisam fan horora ali barem jednom godi?nje dopust...

  • Jo (An Unexpected Book Hoarder)
    Nov 07, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

  • Brittany
    Oct 24, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

    Pet Sematary Review (Kinda) I know this review is long, but I have a personal story to tell. Read it if you want to, but the simple fact of the matter is that this book is awesome. If you haven't read it, stop fucking about. When I was tenyears old, my mother and her best friend...

    Note: I read this book in RMFAO's November Buddy-Read with some of my awesome friends Magdalena, Titas, Andrew, Kim, Stefani Saloma, Marigold, Konstantina Pap. Pet Sematary is undoubtedly one of Stephen King?s finest works. I tend to be speechless when it comes to writing a re...

    Spectacularly intensely horrifically done. The forward by Stephen King was wonderful. I waited a long time to read this one and it was well worth the wait. That last 10-15% of the book was WOW! Excellently woven story. I love King's older novels so much! So great to read before the new...

  • AMEERA
    Oct 26, 2017

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

  • Eliasdgian
    Sep 04, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

    Every Halloween, I like to do a little season?s readings. For most of the year, I generally avoid scary books and movies. Life is scary enough without looking for extra frights. But there?s something about the Fall. Once the wind gets sharp, the days get short, and the leaves start...

    A truly spooky story!!! NEVER PLAY WITH THE BEYOND I was familiarized with the story since I have watched several times the 1998's film adaptation, but I hadn't properly read the original novel and since it's already announced a new film adaptation for April next year (2019...

    Well, I doubt that I'll ever have any other way of saying this, but after reading this book, my mind, is well and truly fucked. This book, and the story it tells, pushes the boundaries even for the sanest of individuals. It physiologically grips you, and Stephen King manages to get ins...

    These characters should have taken a lesson from the old story ?The Monkey?s Paw,? seriously. This is the book that really convinced me that hardcore horror novels are not for me. At all. I can't remember if I was already the mother of a toddler when I read this. Those fin...

    The painful, hard thing about Stephen King's writing is that so often, he takes something real, something that people can experience in the real world, and builds the supernatural stuff onto that. In The Shining, there's Jack's alcoholism; in The Talisman, there's Jack/Jason's mother's...

    Stephen King : king of horror stories ??' ...

    ???? ??? ?? ??????????? ????, ????? ??? ?????, ???? ??? ???? ???? ?????? ??????? ??? ???????? ?? ?????????? ?? ????????, ????????? ?? ????? ??????????? ??? ?...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Jun 01, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    Nov 14, 2017

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

  • Sr3yas
    Mar 27, 2018

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...

    While reading this book, all I that runs through my head is the song the Ramones made for the movie. So, I'm going to link the video so all of you can have it running through your head as well! Kickin' it old school =) Pet Sematary - The Ramones Okay, let me just go ahea...

    That ending though... This ended up being very different than what I expected. The less you know about it, the better! ...

    "Sometimes dead is better".................KING calls Pet Sematary his scariest book, and I can understand why. It is super creepy and super "shocking" where he takes the reader, and his interesting prologue explaining how he came to write this unsettling tale brings a bit of truth to ...

    Once upon a time when I was a child, I remember talking with my family about horror movies. Somebody asked what was the scariest movie you've watched, and my mom without thinking said 'Pet Sematary'. I remember laughing and saying 'How on earth could a movie named Pet Sematary be scary...

    Stephen King's legacy will be vast, I have no doubt. We'll still read him hundreds of years from now, just as we have with Poe and Dickens and many others. Of all his master works, however, I take the somewhat unpopular stance that Pet Sematary is his magnum opus. Re-reading it now onl...

    I loved this book! I?m so glad I finally read Pet Sematary! What a creepy book. The unease and anxiety just keeps building in this book and it's brutal! I?ll have to be honest here. (view spoiler)[I almost couldn?t get through this book because of the grief Stephen King pu...

    This may be King's darkest book. If you're goth, read this and you'll be 5% goth'er. ...

    I read The Shining, my first Stephen King book back in summer of 2016 and was absolutely blown away by it. Since then I've been reading King's books religiously to find the next masterpiece that could push the limits of a sane mind. Well, It took me two years and eleven more King's b...

  • Johann (jobis89)
    Jan 01, 2016

    Wow. Just wow. I've put off reading this one for years because, well.... I'm a wimp. There, I said it. When one of the most well-known names in the contemporary era of the horror genre says something is his scariest book, I take note. It seems bizarre that I finally chose to tackle thi...

    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 ...

    "Cause what you buy, is what you own. And what you own... always comes home to you." Louis Creed and his family have recently moved to the town of Ludlow, Maine. Behind their house there is a path that leads to a 'Pet Sematary', where the children of surrounding areas have buried th...