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A Review on Stephen King's Misery

MeDhat SaaDoun By MeDhat SaaDoun Published on December 7, 2015

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In this groundbreaking novel, Stephen King brought along his masterpieces a tale of compulsive obsession. His writing echoed over the highest surface of intensive horror, where scene after scene, and page and page, I was guaranteed to feel extremely loath toward the antagonist--or as I called her, one of the most disturbing female villains in books--Annie Wilkes, whose mind was as dark as hell. In addition, Misery had, at least, two of the most disturbing scenes I had ever come through in books; they contemplated ambivalent feelings, in which I felt repulsively moved as well as astonished at the same time.

Mr. King’s ability in grabbing me all over through the entire novel with only two characters was beyond any reasonable doubt compelling and very-hard-to-avoid. Moreover, Stephen King knew his characters more than they know themselves; they emerge between the pages in a remarkable, vivid way and with entangling depth, which left me to engrossing my nose for non-stop hours, with the adrenaline rushing over my nerves.

Eventually, having not yet recovered from the book’s epic events, I’d highly-recommend you to stop reading this review right away and start reading Misery as soon--and fast--as you can.

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