Carrie / The Tommyknockers

Two classic novels of diverse terror that could only come from the master of modern horror and suspense CarrieTo be invited to the Prom Night by Tommy Ross is a dream come true for Carrie White the first step towards social acceptance by her high school colleagues But events will take a decidedly macabre turn on that horrifying and endless night as she is forced to exeTwo classic novels of diverse terror that could only come from the master of modern horror and suspense CarrieTo be invited to the Prom Night by Tommy Ross is a dream come true for Carrie White the first step towards social acceptance by her high school colleagues But events will take a decidedly macabre turn on that horrifying and endless night as she is forced to exercise her gift on the town that mocks and loathes herThe TommyknockersComing back to Haven, Maine, has been like walking into a nightmare for Jim It all looked the same, the house, the furniture, the woods But it was in the woods that his friend Bobbi had stumbled over the odd, nearly buried object, had felt a peculiar tingle as she knelt down and brushed the soft earth away And looking back, that had been the start of a terrible, terrifying transformation of an unremarkable place into something alien and hideous A place of unrest and insane powers.
Carrie The Tommyknockers Two classic novels of diverse terror that could only come from the master of modern horror and suspense CarrieTo be invited to the Prom Night by Tommy Ross is a dream come true for Carrie White the fi

  • Title: Carrie / The Tommyknockers
  • Author: Stephen King
  • ISBN: 9780340623350
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Carrie / The Tommyknockers”

    1. Carrie: 4 starsCarrie is a novel by Stephen King about the titular outcast high school student who has psychic powers and goes on a rampage after being humiliated at her high school prom. As always with King novels, it is in some ways the people without any powers or monsters that are most terrifying. The scenes between Carrie and her mother are very creepy. I really felt quite sad for Carrie. The idea that, if you get above your station, that it would all be one big joke and taken away from you [...]

    2. I'd already read Carrie so I just read Tommyknockers. It was a solid King. At times a little annoying with the constant little cliffhangers but then it did tickle my curiosity and kept me going so I guess it was a strategy that worked well The story is about a writer who stumbles upon a mysterious object in the woods on her land. She starts to dig it up but the more she uncovers, the more alarming things start to happen to and around her.It's interesting to read older King books. As he always ma [...]

    3. I actually just re-read Tommyknockers, but there is no option for multiple reasons of the same book. After reading much of Stephen King's other works I enjoyed reading this and seeing how it turns in with several of his other novels.

    4. Carrie 4/5 starsAfter seeing two Carrie movies, but never reading the book, I finally decided to order and read it. Carrie was also the first King book I read in English.First off, it is to say that Carrie is a rather short book, especially if you take into consideration that it has been written by Stephen King. I usally don’t like King’s shorter stuff very much - his short stories never seemed to be that great for me, and his shorter books, like for example Langoliers were overall less enjo [...]

    5. So I added the wrong edition and cant change it. I'm just reading Carrie A short Stephen King book to start me off on.Set around a high school and prom night. It tells the story of Carrie White, her over religious Mother and the bunch of school peers that bully Carrie. (that's all I will say without giving spoilers away)The book is set I two parts before the prom and prom night. Their are no chapters in this book so for me I find it makes the story drag a little (I'm not saying that in a negativ [...]

    6. This book was bizarre, and the movie didn't do it justice at all. Imagine aliens intelligent enough to build all those devices - yet not imaginative enough to figure out how NOT to use batteries

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