~ There'll be Chocolate, if God wills it. ~
Read the book when first published. This is the only SK book that I read, put away with my other SK books and have not touched it since. The story hit too close to memories. Must admit I have never watched the movie. Don't think I could.
It has been a long time since I last read this. I forget what Gage said about Norma. Spoiler, please?
Just finished Pet Semetary, and I really enjoyed it.. it was a great read, It was a dark story and a brilliant read...
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This is my favorite book!
A very scary history, this gave me nightmares for weeks!!
Is a piece of art and the end is so "up to you".
Stephen, thanks for write my nightmares and let me read it.
Pet Sematary is my next favorite book after The Shining. It is also one of the scariest books for me ever. I have read it for the first time when I was 15 or 16, borrowed a book from the library.
I have been crying every time I read it, or watched the movie. And it always got me into thinking if sometimes death is better...
Anyway, the book influenced me a lot. I even devoted my graduation paper in the University to this book (I took the original novel, and its translations into Russian, and was comparing them). So, Pet Sematary does mean a lot to me.
I 'only' have nephews - how this book makes parents feel. . can't begin to imagine.It is a really tough book, though, especially for those who have kids
I read it once, before my nephews were born.
I couldn't read it now.
I don't have kids, so naturally I don't feel toward it like most of you do.