150th out of 658 books — 262 voters
Are you on fire,While reading “The Shining,” I revisited my kid fears-- as if walking through a bell-bottomed-shaped portal into the ...more
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-- “Kid Fears,” Indigo Girls.
The hotel is getting stronger. It wants to hurt all of us.
Jack Torrence thought: officious little prick ~The Shining (1977)**Note: I chose not to put this review behind a spoiler tag. Below I discuss both the book and the movie assuming if you're reading this, you're familiar with both.
1) I saw the movie prior to reading the book. I liked the movie. Contrary to King's comment that he did not like it (at first; later he recanted and said he liked it already), I enjoyed the movie compared to the book. But while reading, I just did not feel the same eagerness and fright as I knew who the main characters were, the plot, the conflict, the climax but the ending was fuzz
Este lugar inhumano crea monstruos humanos.Para muchos la mejor obra de King. Es un muy buen libro, que ya desde el comienzo te sumerge en un clima estremecedor. Es una novela que transmite una sensación de desolación, que te hace hallarte expuesto y vulnerable sin siquiera darte cuenta de ello.
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