Book Carrie

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- By: Stephen King(Author)
- Language: Polish
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:208
- Publisher: Proszynski (2013)
- Bestsellers rank: 9
- Category: Other books
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  • By David G. on August 15, 2016

    This was my first Stephen King book after watching multiple film adaptations of his works. Surprisingly enough, I never saw Carrie, but was familiar with the premise. This book blew me away! So much more detail and the dialogue had me laughing throughout. A great first read. I really enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down and I kept reading it at work while pretending to do work. " Yes sir I'll get right on those reports [minimizes kindle app on screen]." I loved Stephen King's use of fictional news articles, scholarly articles, and "The White Commission" interviews peppered within the story. It definitely mixed it up and gave nice breaks in the action. Carrie is a great read! Especially for hateful young women and bullies in high school! I've also been reading The Troop by Nick Cutter and I see where he draws a lot of his inspiration from.

  • By C. M Mills on October 16, 2017

    Stephen King's first novel it appeared in 1974. King was a struggling teacher when his wife Tabitha pulled this gem out of the rubbish bin and sent it in to publishers. The book became a famous Brian De Palma film. Since 1974 this novel is one of King's best known and classic works.The plot concerns Carrie White. Her mother is a crazy religious kook who torments Carrie and hates women and sex. Carrie begins to menstruate in a high school girls locker rom where she is taunted by her cruel classmates. Revenge is dealt in spades when Carrie brings down the house during her Senior Prom killing her tormenters and prom attenders. The story does have resonance with the revenge meted out by the blinded and enraged Samson a judge of Israel who is imprisoned by the enemies of Israel. The King novel is never forgotten once read. A harbinger of all the great King novels which were to come from the prolific pen of an American genius.

  • By Amanda on July 20, 2016

    I picked this up while on vacation after seeing the newest movie (with Julianne Moore), and was quite taken aback by the format of the writing. I honestly didn't love that the majority of the story was told through police reports and court documents, although it was definitely unique. I suppose if I had never seen the movies or knew the plot I would have been riveted, but that style definitely took me out of the story. It was basically a couple paragraphs or even a page or 2 of the story, followed by a report of some sorts. It was disorienting and off-putting, but not terrible...I just wanted to stay in the story with the characters. The language also put me off since I didn't know what a lot of terms were supposed to be. Either way, I inhaled this book in about a day and bring it up to my friends who haven't read it.

  • By BostonReader on April 11, 2015

    Carrie White is young girl who lives in the Maine town of Chamberlain and attends school regularly at Ewen High. But Carrie is no ordinary girl. But that is probably something everyone in school says. They tease her, call her names and play tricks on her. Her mother, a strongly religious God-fearing woman has her sheltered, keeping her isolated from the experiences of an average teenager. But that is all about to change. Carrie learns that she is no ordinary girl. But in a way no one can even begin suspect. She learns about her amazing gift and puts it to good use. After an incident in a girl's locker room, a guilt stricken Sue Snell decides to make up for the horrible way she treated Carrie. But all it takes is one powerful act of wickedness to ruin Sue's amazing act of kindness, thus dooming Chamberlain, Maine forever.I recommend this book to anyone who is or isn't a fan of Stephen King. If you're not, then this is the perfect place to start. What was originally supposed to a work of short fiction, turned out to be a novel. And it's all thanks to Tabitha King for fishing out that discarded draft covered in cigarette ashes and motivating and persuading her husband to work on the story that would eventually launch Mr. King's career as a famed author. I also recommend this book to teenagers, both who bully and are bullied in hopes that there will be some understanding to the wickedness that can come from bullying and the retaliation. The plot is great. The chapters aren't traditionally separated by numbers but by excerpts of fictional interviews, biographies ans such to help reader understand the characters and their actions and also to serve as foreshadow.In conclusion, Carrie is a great book for fans of the author, teenagers and even their parents. It questions us as a society. Carrie is partially a Cinderella with Sue being the "Fairy Godmother," Tommy being "Prince Charming," and Margaret White being the evil step-mother. It is partially Frankenstein with Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan being "Dr. Frankenstein" unleashing Carrie as "Frankenstein's Monster" who goes on to reek havoc.

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