The Viking Press, 1987
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After an automobile accident, novelist Paul Sheldon meets his biggest fan. Annie Wilkes is his nurse-and captor. Now, she wants Paul to write his greatest work-just for her. She has a lot of ways to spur him on. One is a needle. Another is an ax. And if they don't work, she can get really nasty...
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- Nurse That Inspired Stephen King's 'Misery' Set For Early Release ...
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- Stephen King: I just want to scare the s*** out of you | Metro News
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Stephen King's horror icon is the perfect representation of the modern Republican Party.
- Stephen King: Misery | Nur, was da steht
Quite unlike the rest of King's work, this terrifying story of imprisonment by a demented fan is one of the greatest thrillers ever written.
- Stephen King's _Misery_ and Writing | all other priorities rescinded
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- Lessons on Writing from Stephen King's 'Misery' | Saureignty
"The reason authors almost always put a dedication on a book, is because their selfishness even horrifies themselves in the end." Stephen King's Misery is filled with brilliant lines like this one. Because it is the story about a ...
- Mrs. Jensen's Book Reviews: Misery by Stephen King
Since I'm not obligated to write this book review, this may not seem to be the most professional of all my book reviews, so it will be pretty similar to all my others. I read this book this Summer because somebody told me that I ...
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- Book Review: Misery by Stephen King | Everything about this finite life
Annie Wilkes -noun: A crazy ass bitch who will go to any extent to harm the person who has depressed her.Wow. The book is a beauty. A perfect novel with a perfect plot, suspense, brutality, unexpectedness, thrill, it has ...
- Walk Across England: Escape From Stephen King's Misery Farm
Lee, Sherpavan luggage driver, rescued us, providing a guided tour & much needed advice, with a now classic British sense of humor, insisting the ride would cost 50,000Array, then admitting it was free, tip appreciated. Although ...
- Misery//Stephen King | This Is Beyond Paradise
I feel kind of ashamed to say it, but what a pain in the ass this book was. Please note that while reading this, my concentration was low and my mind kept on wandering off. Misery is about Paul Sheldon, the writer of one of the ...
- ITW Must-Reads: Misery | Cheap Thrills
Today, I'm looking at Stephen King's Misery. After an automobile accident, novelist Paul Sheldon meets his biggest fan. Annie Wilkes is his nurse ? and captor. Now, she wants Paul to write his greatest work ? just for her.
- Strange Bacon Stephen King Marathon Part X: Misery | Rooster ...
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- MISERY BY STEPHEN KING - The Book Lover's Boudoir
GENERAL INFORMATION TITLE: MISERY AUTHOR: STEPHEN KING PAGES: 369 PUBLISHER: NEW ENGLISH LIBRARY YEAR: 1987 GENRE: SUSPENSE FICTION COVER TYPE: PAPER BACK ...
- Novel Spaces: The Misery Trials
Inside was the book that I'd been reading lately, the best book I'd picked up in a long long time, Stephen King's Misery. I turned just in time to see Misery flutter open and spin a couple of times in the air looking for a moment ...