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Pet SemataryNever before available on unabridged audio Dexter's Michael C Hall reads this classic horror story described by Publishers Weekly as the most frightening novel Stephen King has ever written  When Dr Louis Creed takes a new job and moves his family to the idyllic rural town of Ludlow Maine this new beginning seems too good to be true Yet despite Ludlow's tranuility there's an undercurrent of danger that lingerslike the graveyard in the woods near the Creeds' home where generations of children have buried their beloved pets  Behind the pet sematary there is another burial ground one that lures people to it with seductive promisesand ungodly temptations A blood chilling truth is hidden there oneterrifying than death itself and hideouslypowerful An ominous fate befalls anyone who dares tamper with this forbidden place as Louis is about to discover for himself  By far the most horrific and upsetting of Stephen King’s worksExpertly written as always and a great story but I found myself so emotionally drained and distraught after reading it as I imagine anyone else with children would be particularly as I have a son exactly the same age as the child in the storyAbsolutely terrifying but in a very different way to the others The situation in the novel is REAL horror It’ll certainly make you cuddle your little ones a bit tighter and for a bit longer

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MOBI Þ DOC Pet Sematary FREE ↠ EYLTRANSFERSERVICES ☆ ❮Reading❯ ➵ Pet Sematary ➭ Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Never before available on unabridged audio Dexter's Michael C Hall reads this classic horror story described by Publishers Weekly as the mosNever before available on unabridged audio Dexter's Michael C Hall reads this classic horror story described by Publishers Weekly as the most frightening novel Stephen King has ever written  When Dr Louis Creed takes a new job and moves his family to the idyllic rural town of Ludlow Maine this new beginning seems too good to be true Yet despite Ludlow's tranuility there's an undercurrent of danger that lingerslike the graveyard in the woods near the Creeds' home where generations of children have buried their beloved pets  Behind the pet sematary there is another burial ground one that lures people to it with seductive promisesand ungodly temptations A blood chilling truth is hidden there oneterrifying than death itself and hideouslypowerful An ominous fate befalls anyone who dares tamper with this forbidden place as Louis is about to discover for himself  I finished this book about a half hour until midnight tonight I had always loved the movie growing up so my brain conjured up the idea of reading the book Seemed innocent enough and my sweet little naive mind thought how bad can it possibly be? I read some of the other reviews just to see what I was getting myself into After some peer research I felt adeuately prepared for the task at hand As I sit here with all the lights on in my house Boy Was I Wrong I have been a little jumpy and experiencing some pretty bizarre dreams since I began reading but nothing prepared me for the sheer terror I was in store for as I read the last 100 pages or so By the time I reached the final pages my hands and feet were ice cold and clammy I am almost 30 years old and I was terrified to leave my bed to go to the bathroom I worked up the courage or my bladder couldn't take it any and embarked on the trek to the bathroom As I passed my children's bedroom my two year old started screaming and crying in her sleep I am about 999% sure that I lost a little piece of my soul and possibly gained a touch of PTSD from fright Overall this book is great and by far the scariest thing I have ever read If you have never read it I highly recommend it

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Never before available on unabridged audio Dexter's Michael C Hall reads this classic horror story described by Publishers Weekly as the most frightening novel Stephen King has ever written  When Dr Louis Creed takes a new job and moves his family to the idyllic rural town of Ludlow Maine this new beginning seems too good to be true Yet despite Ludlow's tranuility there's an undercurrent of danger that lingerslike the graveyard in the woods near the Creeds' home where generations of children have buried their beloved pets  Behind the pet sematary there is another burial ground one that lures people to it with seductive promisesand ungodly temptations A blood chilling truth is hidden there oneterrifying than death itself and hideouslypowerful An ominous fate befalls anyone who dares tamper with this forbidden place as Louis is about to discover for himself  Pet Sematary has always been one of my favorite Stephen King stories I’m still terrified just thinking about certain scenes from the movie I hadn’t read the book since I was a kid so I figured I was long overdue for a re readThis is famously the book that King himself considers the most frightening he has ever written He has expressed regret over publishing it claiming that it’s too dark too bleak that it goes too farI understand why he feels that way Reading Pet Sematary as an adult has been a horrifying experience I’m now at a point in my life where I have an acute fear of mortality—both my own and that of those I love Pet Sematary exploits that very fearWe all know what it’s like to lose a loved one What if there was a way to bring them back? Would you do it even if it meant opening a door into the depths of darkness and terror? We all want to feel like we have some semblance of control like we’re not at the whim of an indifferent universe where death can strike at any time But at what cost?As Pet Sematary’s Louis Creed grapples with these very uestions we feel an overwhelming sense of dread We know tragedy and horror await he and his family and all we can do is sit back and watch it unfold secretly hoping that if given the chance we wouldn’t make the same mistakes After all as Louis’s neighbor Jud warns “sometimes dead is better”Pet Sematary had me in its grip from the first few pages and never let up It’s a masterful story about death love grief and the hopelessness of trying to escape the will of the universe