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Alternate cover editions here and herePaul Sheldon He's a bestselling novelist who has finally met his biggest fan Her name is Annie Wilkes and she is than a rabid reader she is Paul's nurse tending his shattered body after an automobile accident But she is also his captor keeping him prisoner in her isolated house


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    'Misery' is a gruesome story of torture with blood guts and a psychopath It's a well told tale the characters are well developed and the fact that there are only two of them never gets boring It's a real page turner in fact I finished it tonight after getting off the subway on the platform before I walked home But this book is than just a thriller just like King is than just a pulp writerI read an article by the ever optimistic and cheerful Harold Bloom in college about how dismayed he was that young people like Stephen King so much All the literature crtics I've read hate King and it seems like it's just because people actually enjoy reading his work Yeah Bloom I said 'work' just like I would about Tolstoy's 'work' because Stephen King as damned hard worker Think of all the books he's churned out over the last few decades I'd like to see Harold Bloom show enough imagination to write fiction instead of just criticizing it all the timeI'm actually new to Stephen King's fiction I've read a few of the essays and articles he's written and a really great graduation speech he gave at UMaine awhile ago in which he extolled the virtues of our mutual home state but this is only my 3rd novel by him I like this guy and I know why too It's not just because he makes me scream and I have a hard time putting his books down it's because King loves writing He has a real and self aware relationship with what it means to be a writer He knows he's not Tolstoy or Faulkner he doesn't try to write that way He knows how to tell a good god damned story and he has a passion for it I appreciate his self awareness as a writer and the fact that he ackowledges how difficult the whole process is while not making us feel like he's somehow superior because he's figured out how to do itIn 'Misery' it's almost like we get to watch King write this story He doesn't just set us up for a crazy story and watch us discover things about his characters it feels like he actually comes with us and makes the discoveries at the same time we do That's what makes a good storyteller And I don't give a damn if Bloom likes him or not