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Misery by Stephen King
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May 03, 10

bookshelves: mystery-thriller, fiction
Read from March 13 to 15, 1990, read count: 1

Paul Sheldon became famous writing books about a woman called Misery but now he wants to put her behind him and write new things.When he finishes his new book,he has a serious car crash in an isolated spot and is rescued by Annie,a fanatical reader.She is not very happy when she finds out what he has done to Misery and she intends to keep him prisoner forever and make him write what she wants.
The book was ok but I prefer the film.I wasn't really interested in reading page after page of Misery's adventures,and it put me off the book.Annie is a great character though and if that doesn't put you off being famous...
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Bark's Book Nonsense Oh Chucklesthescot you are wounding me today. This is another King novel that I really loved when I was *cough* much younger.

chucklesthescot *grins* it might get worse when you see my other Stephen King reviews!

message 3: by Bark's Book Nonsense (last edited May 03, 2010 09:20AM) (new)

Bark's Book Nonsense I can't wait to see your thoughts on "Tommyknockers", "Insomnia" and "Dreamcatcher"!

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