Alisha Kassam Kassam من عند Chak No 71 SB, باكستان
صفعة جيدة وأسلوب قوي وقصة جذابة ، رواية أولى ممتازة. الموت المبكر للمؤلف يجعل روايته أكثر غموضًا ورائعة.
I read this King novel at the urging of my best friend. She hated scary gory things, but liked this book because she sometimes felt like she was treated like Carrie for being different. I really liked this story of being an outcast and where that can lead. I also liked Sue Snell's side of the issue about how she followed the crowd. I also found the format of the book interesting since it isn't just a linear narrative, but rather is told more like a scrapbook of news clippings and stories. I wasn't scared until the ending, which is totally different from the movie, by the way. And, like Pet Semetary, I learned a few of the finer details about sex from this book. I teach this book as an option of lit circles with my freshmen when we do individuality and conformity. It is very popular with the boys because of the gore. I also baited this year telling them there was sex in it, which was humorous. I worry that boys won't get past the opening with in the locker room, but they do. Oh, and the rocks are borrowed from The Haunting of Hill House and King uses it again in Red Rose, which seems to gather together elements from many of his stories.