Misery

Novel, Horror by Stephen King

Blurb

If Misery loves company, it's found a friend in Academy Award nominee Lindsay Crouse (The Verdict, Places in the Heart). King's ghoulish tale of psychotic "number one fan" Annie Wilkes holding her favorite author, Paul Sheldon, prisoner, unfolds in perfect pitch. Crouse switches from Sheldon to Wilkes (think Kathy Bates) to narrator with smooth, flawless transitions, making the unabridged, 12-hour reading of a writer's hell a listener's paradise. (Running time: 12 hours, eight cassettes)

First Published

1987

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skunk

Skunk

Ich erinnere mich, dass das Buch zwar recht fesselnd war, mir aber oft unnötig lang vorkam. Dass die Handlung recht (manchmal unnötig?) grausam ist, wird bei dem Autor wenig überraschen.

0 Responses posted in April
elle.stogel

Elle.stogel

It was amazing

0 Responses posted in March
Attolia_Emily

Attolia_emily

Thoughts while reading Misery: This is a good book. It's a shame I will never read it again. I really don't think I could stand it. But yeah, good book.

0 Responses posted in May
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