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Stephen King audiobook: Pet Sematary
In Stephen King audiobook: Pet Sematary, Dr. Louis Creed and his wife Rachel relocate to a huge house in the little town of Ludlow, along with their two young children, Ellie and Gage, and Ellie’s cat, Winston Churchill (“Church”). The family has difficulties from the minute they arrive, with Ellie injuring her knee and Gage being stung by a bee. Jud Crandall, their new neighbor, arrives to assist them. He cautions Louis and Rachel about the fast trucks on the highway that goes by their house.
Gage, their two-year-old boy, is killed by a speeding vehicle many months later. Louis, overcome with sadness, contemplates resurrecting his son with the assistance of the burial cemetery. Jud, sensing Louis’ intentions, tries to discourage him by telling him the story of Timmy Baterman, the last person to be raised by the burial place. During WWII, Timmy Baterman was killed in combat. Timmy’s body was returned to the United States, and his father, Bill, buried him at the cemetery. Timmy returned with a vengeance, scaring the inhabitants of the village with truths Jud claims he had no way of knowing. Jud claims that whatever returned was not Timmy, but a “devil” who had inhabited his corpse. He concludes that “sometimes, dead is preferable” and claims that “the place has a power… its own evil purpose,” and that it may have killed Gage since Jud brought him to it. […]
Stephen King audiobook: Pet Sematary takes its time to get going, but the payoff is well worth the wait. It’s nearly too much to bear. Gage’s Star Wars sneaker in the middle of the road… the bloody cap. Then there’s the awful anxiety as Louis digs up the casket, not knowing what he’ll be greeted with. Because of the black moss covering Gage’s face, Louis immediately believes he has no head… The small figure who appears in Louis’ chamber while he sleeps, the child’s giggling that Jud hears… Ellie is having intense dreams and is aware that her family is in danger.
Pet Sematary is the ideal combination of character development, suspense, the supernatural, gore, horror, and gut-wrenching shocks. Some of the developments, like those in his previous work, Cujo, may be difficult for readers to accept. The way King produced a book that is both scary and sorrowful like Stephen King audiobook: Pet Sematary will never fail to astound you. Because this book is scary – losing someone is terrifying, having to go on is terrifying, and having them return “changed” is equally terrifying. Grief and loss make reasonable thought impossible. It does not allow for sound decision-making. It might be so overwhelming that you feel as if you can’t breathe.
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