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Misery Stephen King Is Arguably The Most Popular Novelist In The History Of American Fiction He Owes His Fans A Love Letter Misery Is It.Paul Sheldon, Author Of A Bestselling Series Of Historical Romances, Wakes Up One Winter Day In A Strange Place, A Secluded Farmhouse In Colorado He Wakes Up To Unspeakable Pain A Dislocated Pelvis, A Crushed Knee, Two Shattered Legs And To A Bizarre Greeting From The Woman Who Has Saved His Life I M Your Number One Fan Annie Wilkes Is A Huge Ex Nurse, Handy With Controlled Substances And Other Instruments Of Abuse, Including An Axe And A Blowtorch A Dangerous Psychotic With A Romper Room Sense Of Good And Bad, Fair And Unfair, Annie Wilkes May Be Stephen King S Most Terrifying Creation It S Not Fair, For Example, That Her Favorite Character In The World, Misery Chastain, Has Been Killed By Her Creator, As Annie Discovers When Paul S Latest Novel Comes Out In Paperback And It S Not Good That Her Favorite Writer Has Been A Don T Bee And Written A Different Kind Of Novel, A Nasty Novel, The Novel He Has Always Wanted To Write, The Only Copy Of Which Now Lies In Annie S Angry Hands.Because She Wants Paul Sheldon To Be A Do Bee, She Buys Him A Typewriter And A Ream Of Paper And Tells Him To Bring Misery Back To Life Wheelchair Bound, Drug Dependent, Locked In His Room, Paul Doesn T Have Much Choice He S An Entertainer Held Captive By His Audience A Writer In Serious Trouble But Writers Have Weapons Too Jacket Flap

10 thoughts on “Misery

  1. says:

    Misery is a gruesome story of torture with blood, guts, and a psychopath It s a well told tale, the characters are well developed and the fact that there are only two of them never gets boring It s a real page turner, in fact I finished it tonight after gettin

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    Honestly, who among us hasn t gotten frustrated with their favorite writer and felt like holding them prisoner while forcing them to write the exact book that we want Well, don t do that because it would be wrong What kind of twisted freaks are you people Paul Sheldon i

  3. says:

    Read this, you Cockadoodie Dirty Birdies

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    Damn, I can never get over that one scene She s bat sh t crazy Happy Reading Mel Damn, I can never get over that one scene She s bat sh t crazy Happy Reading Mel

  5. says:

    To celebrate completing a novel, writer Paul Sheldon goes on a champagne fueled drive in the Rocky mountains He winds up in a near fatal car crash, but never fear He s rescued by Annie Wilkes, his 1 fanI watched the film version of Misery in those antediluvian days before Goodreads, hell, before the

  6. says:

    Please don t come at me with your torches and pitch forks, but for me, this was just fine I promise I ll explain Please don t come at me with your torches and pitch forks, but for me, this was just fine I promise I ll explain

  7. says:

    I am in trouble here This woman is not right Paul Sheldon, the best selling writer of the Misery novels, finds himself rescued from a car accident by his number one fan, Annie Wilkes As the former nurse takes care of him in her home, she finds out he killed off Misery in his latest novel and decides to keep Paul as her

  8. says:

    I ve been saying for the last year, since I originally read this, that I would come back and write a full review, but honestly, the immediate post read reaction I wrote below sums it up pretty well I absolutely freaking loved everything about Misery and I think Annie is one of the most terrifying villains I ve ever read in my li

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    My whole life people have had a hard time handling my obsessive passionate personality I don t ever just like things I m either completely enad with it or not all that interested It s just how I was made My obsession with Harry Potter is seen as excessive and I m constantly made fun of for my fondness of it I get asked aren t you a little

  10. says:

    It took me longer than usual to get into this King book, which was largely down to the writing style I felt it was different than his usual style which is the one I adore so much I had the same problem when reading The Shining It was just lacking this special something , and thus, I felt disconnected from the characters until about a halfway throug

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