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Renowned for its superior productions, BBC radio may have outdone itself by adapting Stephen King's Pet Sematary to audio. A clamorous cacophony of talking, whining, whistling, and howling, Pet Sematary is a quick, entertaining earful for those who don't have other auditory distractions to contend with, such as a car full of talking whining, whistling, howling children. However, the melodramatic prose marries well with the acting; such is the case when one reader--whose voice bears an uncanny resemblance to Kramer's from Seinfeld--tells another about the effects of the Pet Sematary: "Heroin makes junkies feel good when they put it in their arms, but all the time it's poisoning their mind and body--this place can be like that and don't you ever forget it!" (Running time: three hours, two cassettes) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
In this BBC dramatization of King's (Wizard and Glass, Audio Reviews, LJ 2/15/98) 1983 best seller, Dr. Louis Creed moves his ideal family from congested, urban Chicago to the rural simplicity of Ludlow, ME. His property sits near a long-established pet burial ground and a mysterious Indian burial ground from which the dead can be raised. The program effectively draws us into the characters' world: marriage and family, then shock, grief and madness as we explore the nature and mystery of death. Presenting a multivoiced dramatization rather than a reading of the novel, the actors work together, with added music and sound effects, to create King's macabre world. Recommended.?Kristen L. Smith, Loras Coll. Lib., Dubuque, IA
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Have never read a Stephen King novel before but I'm glad I read this. Saw the movie when I was young and it scared the hell out of me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Travis D.
I don't know of anyone in my circle who hasn't read this classic. In the early days Stephen King ruled.Published 7 months ago by Janet Stewart
Total waste of time, boring thru most of book, waiting for something really exiting at end that never happens.Published 8 months ago by dean w
liked the book....but didnt really care for the movie!!!Published 14 months ago by Willow Wind Book Reviews
Item a little worn, but was as described in the advertisement. Because of the rarity of this particular Stephen King book, I will keep it.Published 22 months ago by Lynda Trotter
This was my second King book ever, and has been tied for my favourite (along with Cujo) ever since. I do suggest reading Cujo before Pet Sematary as there is a small reference in... Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2012 by Alissa
If you let your imagination run rampant while reading this book, you will scare yourself! It's a great book to read, especially if you have pets...lolPublished on March 27 2010 by Sarah Lynn Barnim