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Soon to be a major motion picture from Paramount Pictures starring John Lithgow, Jason Clarke, and Amy Seimetz! The house looked right, felt right to Dr Louis Creed. Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. Soon to be a major motion picture from Paramount Pictures starring John Lithgow , Jason Clarke, and Amy Seimetz! Stephen King's #1 New York Times. Read "Pet Sematary" by Stephen King available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Now a major motion picture from.

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Get this from a library! Pet sematary. [Stephen King] -- When a little boy persuades his parents to bury his dead pet in the old cemetary near their house, they. Editorial Reviews. Review. Renowned for its superior productions, BBC radio download a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Free Reading Apps Kindle Singles Newsstand . [DOWNLOAD PDF] Pet Sematary Free Epub/MOBI/EBooks.

He moves to a large house near the small town of Ludlow with his wife Rachel, their two young children, Ellie and Gage, and Ellie's cat, Church. From the moment they arrive, the family runs into trouble: Ellie hurts her knee after falling off a swing, and Gage is stung by a bee. Their new neighbor, an elderly man named Jud Crandall, comes to help. He warns Louis and Rachel about the highway that runs past their house; it is constantly used by speeding trucks. Jud and Louis quickly become close friends. Since Louis's father died when he was three, he sees Jud as a surrogate father. A few weeks after the Creeds move in, Jud puts the friendship on the line when he takes the family on a walk in the woods behind their home. A well-tended path leads to a pet cemetery misspelled "sematary" where the children of the town bury their deceased animals. This provokes a heated argument between Louis and Rachel the next day. Rachel disapproves of discussing death, and she worries about how Ellie may be affected by what she saw at the "sematary". It is explained later that Rachel was traumatized by the early death of her sister, Zelda, from spinal meningitis —an issue that is brought up several times in flashbacks. Louis himself has a traumatic experience during the first week of classes. Victor Pascow, a student who has been fatally injured in an automobile accident, addresses his dying words to Louis personally, even though the two men are strangers. On the night following Pascow's death, Louis experiences what he believes is a very vivid dream in which he meets Pascow, who leads him to the "sematary" and warns Louis to not "go beyond, no matter how much you feel you need to. Nevertheless, Louis dismisses the dream as the product of the stress he experienced during Pascow's death, coupled with his wife's lingering anxieties about the subject of death.

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Sign up and get a free eBook! Media Tie-In Trade Paperback. Price may vary by retailer. Add to Cart Add to Cart. About The Book. Pet Sematary 1 Louis Creed, who had lost his father at three and who had never known a grandfather, never expected to find a father as he entered his middle age, but that was exactly what happened.

He met this man on the evening he and his wife and his two children moved into the big white frame house in Ludlow. Winston Churchill moved in with them. The search committee at the university had moved slowly, the hunt for a house within commuting distance of the university had been hair-raising, and by the time they neared the place where he believed the house to be—all the landmarks are right.

Gage was cutting teeth and fussed almost ceaselessly. He would not sleep, no matter how much Rachel sang to him. She offered him the breast even though it was off his schedule. Gage knew his dining schedule as well as she—better, maybe—and he promptly bit her with his new teeth.

Rachel, still not entirely sure about this move to Maine from Chicago, where she had lived her whole life, burst into tears. Eileen promptly joined her. In the back of the station wagon, Church continued to pace restlessly as he had done for the last three days it had taken them to drive here from Chicago.

His yowling from the cat kennel had been bad, but his restless pacing after they finally gave up and set him free in the car had been almost as unnerving. Louis himself felt a little like crying. A wild but not unattractive idea suddenly came to him: He would drive south, all the way to Orlando, Florida, where he would get a job at Disney World as a medic, under a new name.

But before he hit the turnpike—big old 95 southbound—he would stop by the side of the road and put the fucking cat out too. Then they rounded a final curve, and there was the house that only he had seen up until now. He had flown out and looked at each of the seven possibles they had picked from photos once the position at the University of Maine was solidly his, and this was the one he had chosen: Beyond the house was a large field for the children to play in, and beyond the field were woods that went on damn near forever.

The property abutted state lands, the realtor had explained, and there would be no development in the foreseeable future. The remains of the Micmac Indian tribe had laid claim to nearly eight thousand acres in Ludlow and in the towns east of Ludlow, and the complicated litigation, involving the federal government as well as that of the state, might stretch into the next century.

Rachel stopped crying abruptly. She sat up. He felt apprehensive—no, he felt scared. In fact he felt terrified.

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It should have been pages shorter: I was expecting a zombie cat horror. A story about a loved one, a beloved family pet, that turns out to be disgustingly evil, and how the family copes with that. Instead I just got a smelly, clumsy cat that makes people feel a little uncomfortable.

And is dismissed and forgotten in a few pages anyway. When the Creeds move into a beautiful old house in rural Maine, it all seems too good to be true: But the nearby woods hide a blood-chilling truth—more terrifying than death itself—and hideously more powerful.

Let me start off by saying that this book did something to me--Not only Pet Sematary scare me, but it psychologically did something to me This book is psychologically terrifying.

While you're reading the book you're like "Wow. This is scary.

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What a creepy book" but when you're done reading what comes to your thoughts is "what the hell did I just read?! This book messes with you.

The dead is better. This book scared me lifeless and I will never, never forget it. I really enjoyed this book hence my choice in making my username the name of the little boy in the story. It's not scary per say, just disturbing. If you have kids or a cat, you may look at them differently afterward.

Coarse Language: Fuck, cock, whore, prick, dick, slut, damn, bitch, shit, and much more. This is Stephen King after all Frightening or Intense Scenes: Strong and disturbing scenes of horror. Psychological horror.


And much more. This book played and messes with you until the shocking and ultimately sick and demented ending that will leave readers speechless. An car accident. Some disturbing imagery.

Two people are murdered with a scapel. Someone is poisoned. People are brought back to life. Very disturbing content. Sexual Content: A few sex scenes between married couples. Talk about whores. A very disturbing scene involving a little boy and a old man. Very disturbing scene. JihadiConservative thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over.

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