It by Stephen King - Book Review




It by Stephen King

The most horrible book I have ever read. We all know Stephen King is the most famous author and for a horror story, he is a king.

Basic details of the book.

Genre: Horror

Paperback: 1168 pages

Kindle/Ebook: Available in Amazon

Author: Stephen King

About Author.

Stephen King is the author of large numbers of best-selling books and most of the books have been adapted for movies. His major books fall into the top ten lists and have been translated into so many languages. The dark tower, the outsider, sleeping beauties are his most admired work. He is the recipient of the 2018 PEN America Literary Service Award, the 2014 National Medal of Arts, and the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He lives in Bangor, Maine, with his wife, novelist Tabitha King.

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This book presents a story about childhood, their pain, and their friendship. The way he captures and narrate their friendship shows so natural and special bonding between them. He shows some special moments about friendship, being so helpful to each other, sharing time with each other, and having fun all the time but this book is not at all about fun and laughter. It will make you cry, feel horror and scare you like a hell.
Most of the time, we focus on a happy moment or positive things while reading a book because we try to find good things from it. I love thrill and that’s why I read thriller books too much. I love to say here that this book thrilled me most because it amazed me a lot in every way. The moments when the dangerous situation comes make you feel like jump square. the scary moments are few and far between and more powerful for it. This is a book that allows us to relive the most potent time of our lives - our childhood.
There are main characters, Bill, Richie, Stan, Bev, Eddie, and Mike (The Loser’s Club) and at the same time bring to life the cursed town of Derry.  There are a few chapters that capture your imagination and fears most. There is much of worth and value within the pages and nostalgia plays a large part in the reading enjoyment.

I feel I should not say more about the story because I want you to enjoy the excitement part of the book and every page you are goona read.

Let me share some lines from the book, I hope you will love it.

1.       “We lie best when we lie to ourselves.”
2.       “Your hair is winter fire
January embers
My heart burns there, too.”
3.       “Maybe there aren't any such things as good friends or bad friends - maybe there are just friends, people who stand by you when you're hurt and who help you feel not so lonely. Maybe they're always worth being scared for, and hoping for, and living for. Maybe worth dying for too, if that's what has to be. No good friends. No bad friends. Only people you want, need to be with; people who build their houses in your heart.”
4.       “Eddie discovered one of his childhood's great truths. Grownups are the real monsters, he thought.”
5.       “Drive away and try to keep smiling. Get a little rock and roll on the radio and go toward all the life there is with all the courage you can find and all the belief you can muster. Be true, be brave, stand.”
6.       “No good friends, no bad friends; only people you want, need to be with. People who build their houses in your heart.”
7.       “A child blind from birth doesn't even know he's blind until someone tells him. Even then he has only the most academic idea of what blindness is; only the formerly sighted have a real grip on the thing. Ben Hanscom had no sense of being lonely because he had never been anything but. If the condition had been new, or more localized, he might have understood, but loneliness both encompassed his life and overreached it.”


I told you, if these live excite you, You will enjoy this book surely. Keep reading and keep enjoying.

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