Why this book?
First one would ask, why read horror? Why do you want to be scared? What makes horror entertaining for me is being scared when I know I’m in a safe place. I read this book before going to bed each night. I would tuck myself in and pop on my bed lamp. Whilst my lovely wife would be reading a fantasy novel or playing Farmville, I would read the terror of Paul Sheldon’s ordeal. He was in bed, terrified, and so was I! Whenever I turned the light off and settled in, I could here the winds outside, and every creak in the house would remind me of Annie Wilkes… wandering the house… You can read and admire this book anywhere. On a plane, library, in the lounge. But, take my word for it, do it the way I did.
Why should I read it?
What is this book about?
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