The Green Mile (The Green Mile #1-6)
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Have you ever read a book and been so affected by it that it moved you to tears? I just finished reading The Green Mile by Stephen King and I sat there tearing every few pages or so. It's incredible - the emotion, the feelings... Just the starkness of what's presented. It's a prison story, but moves beyond that, touching on naked human sensibilities, on basic human emotions. Ugh. I am really bad at reviews.
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All of the characters (including Mr. Jingles) are so well drawn that you feel like you are experiencing their lives and feelings right along with them in Cold Mountain State Penitentiary-1932.
If I could rate this magical, unforgettable (rip your heart out) story more than 5 Stars, I would not hesitate to do so. What else can I say except......."Time takes it...more
This Depression era tale of life on death row, somewhere in the Deep South, started slowly and it took me quite a long time to grow familiar with the characters on the Green Mile, as it was known. It’s a long book, so that’s not so much of an issue ( ...more
I was born and raised in Southern California. I lived in the same house for 13 years, until my parents went bankrupt and moved to (oddly enough) a much more expensive neighborhood in Colton. Basically I went from the ghetto to Upper-middle class in a single move, and only because my parents went into default on... well, on everything. By ...more
Stephen King has done a lot of scaring through his books but never has he broken my heart like he did with The Green Mile.
Even though there were elements of horror, after all, we had an electric chair called 'Old Sparky', this novel felt more like a tale of fantasy at times. I'm sure most people have seen the movie version and in this case it was very true to the book. Still, this poignant piece of horror classic will go down as one of my favorites. This book was flawless an ...more
El Pasillo de la Muerte, también conocido como La Milla Verde o Milagros Inesperados es uno de los mejores libros de Stephen King. La historia está narrada en primera persona por Paul Edgecomb, quien se encuentra en una residencia geriátrica, en sus últimos años de vida. Por eso, decide contarnos antes de morir un hecho que cambió su vida. Él era el encargado de uno de las secciones de la prisión d ...more
"'I'm rightly tired of the pain I hear and feel, boss. I'm tired of bein on the road, lonely as a robin in the rain. Not never havin no buddy to go on with or tell me where we's comin from or goin to or why. I'm tired of people bein ugly to each other. It feels like pieces of glass in my head. I'm tired of all the times I've wanted to help and couldn't. I'm tired of bein in the dark. Mostly it's the pain. There's too much. If I could end it, I would. But I cain't.'" -John Coffe ...more
King weaves some important themes and messages into this story. The most enlightening of which is being comfortable with growing old.
Paul, the prison guard narrator (Hanks' character) emerges as the tragic hero of this novel. While he comes close to d ...more
Oh, come mi sbagliavo.
Questo libro è coinvolgente, emozionante e toccante dalla prima all'ultima pagina, e ogni personaggio è così ben caratterizzato che per tutta la lettura mi è sembrato di essere al fianco di Paul Edgecombe nel penitenziario di Cold Mountain, anno 1932, a fa ...more
The horror here is all too human. The cruelty of human beings to one another - the lawmakers as well as the lawbreakers - is presented in the closed confines of the death row of a prison. The story is narrated by Paul Edgecombe, the prison warden; now in an old folks' home, awaiting the inescapable executioner - The Grim Reaper with his sickle ...more
Story revolved around the inmates of Cold Mountain Prison who are there for murdering someone waiting for their death on Old Sparky, an Electric chair. Story is told by prison's warden Paul Edgecombe. Life was pretty much simple f ...more
Cold Mountain Penitentiary is home to the murders, rapists, serial killers, and all whose heinous crimes makes them walk the Green Mile (Stephen King's version of Death Row)and sit on Old Sparky's lap in E cell block. In the Green Mile, you will read the narrative of Paul Edgecombe block Supervis ...more
تعرفت على ستيفن كبنغ من خلال السينما قبل مدة طويلة من القراءة له تحديدا
"The mist" من خلا ل فيلم الضباب
"DIFFERENT SEASONS" ثم قرأت له مجموعة قصصية
وهي مجموعة "روايات" ذات بعد درامي أساسا وكذلك حال هذه الرواية والتي صدرت شهريا على ستة أجزاء سنة 1996.
الحبكة ممتعة في مجملها و العلاقات الانسانية بين الشخصيات هي أروع ما فيها
والحديث هنا خاصة عن العلاقة بين منفذي أحكام الاعدام و المحكوم عليهم.أكثر ما أبدع فيه الكاتب هو تصويره للشيخوخة على أنها انتظار للجلوس على الكرسي الكهربائي.
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I was looking at no ordinary rat. This one had his head cocked intelligently to the side, and he was staring at me with intelligent, oilspot eyes that seemed to be d ...more
¡Uno de los mejores libros que he leído en mi vida!
Stephen King es un genio, leanlo así sin más explicaciones
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