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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Pet Sematary

By Stephen King

Reviewed by Alan Nguyen

“A hideous mewling sound now arose, and for a moment all of Judson’s bones turned to white ice. It was not Louis’s son returned from the grave but some hideous monster.”

The Creeds are an ideal family—physician father, caring mother, adorable daughter, and infant son—who move to rural Maine to seek a better life. They soon find the new house they are going to be living in, including the path that leads to the pet cemetery. It seems too good to be true, but then Louis Creed, the father, soon discovers the blood-chilling truth of the burial ground behind their new home, an evil enchantment of magic that is hidden within the burial grounds, something powerful, more terrifying than death itself. Death is only the beginning.

Excellent, Stephen King is at his best, spine-tingling and very chilling. This book addresses the mystery of death, and the secrets of burial.

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