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Pet Sematary by Stephen King

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A Quick Tip by Improvbear

  • Jul 30, 2010
Good, solid King tale. Sometimes more gross than creepy, but overall good.
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review by . July 06, 2010
WE MISS OUR LOVED ONE WHEN THEY DIE, BUT FOR GOD'S SAKE DON'T TRY TO BRING THEM BACK!
I read Pet Sematary a long time ago as I love most of Steven King, and to be honest, the book scared the crap out of me (which believe me is rare); I saw the movie and although it was good also, the book made more of an impact on me.      Steven King sometimes draws out his novels a little too much for me; I like action right through without lots of "down time" and this book fit the bill.  I won't waste your time by telling you what the story was about, as …
review by . August 03, 2010
Ack! This was a good book, I havent read it in a while but I remember it was pretty scary. Good read, and leave the light on lol.
Quick Tip by . July 06, 2010
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The novel was much more descriptive and scary than the movie; a must have for those who like to stay up late at night and be terrorized!!      Please see my complete review about the famous Steven King novel.
review by . August 11, 2010
This psychological thriller is one of my favorites and few that make a decent movie pick as well.  Kathy Bates certainly depicts the character King seeks to describe in his novel.  The pages turn quickly and it is a fairly easy read.  King does not disappoint.
review by . August 11, 2010
   I have been a long time reader of Mr. King and along with the book IT this is one that truly scared me. In my opinion it is King's scariest work. The thing I fell in love with the most was the depth and the psychology of the entire cast of characters. Read if you are a fan of the horror genre or just great novels in general.
review by . July 24, 2010
I saw this movie 25 years ago, shortly after my father died, so I was in a emotionally shaky state.  I didn't think I was easily shocked --- I'd seen the Exorcist!!  -- but this movie was horrifying to me.  To actually think about bringing your loved ones back was unimaginable.  But to have them come back as monsters was shocking.  I later read the book to see if I'd missed something in the movie.  But I don't think I did!   …
Quick Tip by . July 16, 2010
Though it seems to lose pace in the latter half, a compelling concept and skillful writing keep, "Pet Sematary," afloat.
Quick Tip by . July 13, 2010
Although the story of this one is really predictable, Stephen King really plunges a lot of emotional depth here, making it one of my favorites of his.
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
this book....is lets say...... uhmmm well its a good read if you like these kinds of books
Quick Tip by . June 23, 2010
almost one of his best
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Publisher: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1983, c; 1st edition edition

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