Sie (im englischen Original: Misery) ist ein im Jahre vom New Yorker Viking Verlag publizierter Roman des Schriftstellers Stephen King. Die deutsche. "Das Beste, was Stephen King je geschrieben hat."The New York TimesSchriftsteller Paul hat seine Serienheldin Misery sterben lassen. Nach einem. Sie ist ein im Jahre vom New Yorker Viking Verlag publizierter Roman des Schriftstellers Stephen King. Die deutsche Übersetzung von Joachim Körber wurde durch den Heyne Verlag im selben Jahr herausgegeben.
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Her body was big but not generous. There was a feeling about her of clots and roadblocks rather than welcoming orifices or even open spaces, areas of hiatus.
No one knows there is pain the size of this in the world. No one. It is like being possessed by demons. I hear you, Paul! It doesn't take Paul long to understand that the current pain he's in is child's play compared to what will come.
He's barely begun his journey with Annie before he recognizes that she was a woman full of tornadoes waiting to happen, and if he had been a farmer observing a sky which looked the way Annie's face looked right now, he would have at once gone to collect his family and herd them into the storm cellar.
But Paul doesn't have family. Not really. He's got 2 ex-wives, no kids, no siblings, and parents who are only mentioned in the past tense. He's a loner, a lonely writer who wonders if anyone out there will even care enough to conduct a search for him.
And here's the meat for me: I fell in love with him. Paul's sadness, his journey, the span of his suffering and grief are so tenable, so credible, too.
We go deep into his psyche, learn his foibles and flaws and get taken along on some keen writing lessons, too. So, you may be wondering. Gruesome, but only one scene made me truly sick to my stomach.
And, you may be wondering. Five stars, Julie? Is it really that good? Other than one cheesy lag in the middle, when the reader gets taken down Memory Lane , and most of Annie Wilkes's backstory is too conveniently spoon-fed to us, it's that good.
Entire review typed with the pointer finger of my left hand. View all 43 comments. I really liked the first part of the book, I founded it very compelling and fascinating, others were a little bit disappointing but I still enjoyed reading them.
In addition, it was very psychologically heavy book so it took me a long time to read, but on the other hand writing style really fitted the story.
It was good book, but not my favorite. NOT A FAN. View all 50 comments. After a car accident, bestselling novelist Paul Sheldon wakes up to find himself in the isolated house of Annie Wilkes, his "number one fan".
Paul finds out that Annie has been taking care of him. Soon enough, he also discovers that Annie is totally insane. A roller-coaster ride of a story with two completely unforgettable characters that really came to life for me.
I really enjoyed being inside Paul's head and knowing his thoughts as he comes to realize the situation he is in. I also thoroughly After a car accident, bestselling novelist Paul Sheldon wakes up to find himself in the isolated house of Annie Wilkes, his "number one fan".
I also thoroughly enjoyed the interplay between prisoner and captor. An intense, graphic, horrifying, over-the-top story with some good crazy fun.
Not a story I'll forget soon. View all 14 comments. Apr 02, AMEERA rated it really liked it. View 1 comment.
Stephen King's bibliography conjures images for me of a sinister Santa's workshop, maybe in the South Pole. The elves seemed particularly active in the mids, hammering out nightmares with the publication of It which is long enough to comprise four novels in and four novels The Eyes of the Dragon , Misery , The Dark Tower II , The Tommyknockers in Production quotas like these make Misery all the more special, a supremely well-written gothic thriller that had me blowing through pa Stephen King's bibliography conjures images for me of a sinister Santa's workshop, maybe in the South Pole.
Production quotas like these make Misery all the more special, a supremely well-written gothic thriller that had me blowing through pages like a leafblower while exploring a question that every honest writer of suspense scenarios should ask: what scares me?
Set in the present day, Misery introduces us to Paul Sheldon, a year-old author of two types of books: good ones and bestsellers. Divorced twice, smoking too much, he knows something very bad has happened to him as he comes through a haze of pain.
His caretaker, the woman administering him painkillers and otherwise caring for his pulverized legs, is named Annie Wilkes. Told he's somewhere outside the town of Sidewinder, Colorado, it becomes clear very quickly to Paul that Annie has massive amounts of Novril and other drugs stashed in her house, that he's addicted to Novril and that Annie Wilkes is mayor of Crazytown.
Annie describes herself to Paul as his number one fan, the woman who pulled him out of his '74 Camaro after a horrible accident on a remote stretch of I headed up into the Rockies.
Sheldon, a New Yorker, is author of a series of Victorian-era bodice rippers centered on Misery Chastain, and was on his way west with the sole manuscript of his new novel, a "good one," about slum kids he'd just completed in Boulder at the Hotel Boulderado.
Paul senses that Annie isn't right and that he's in some trouble here. This is before she returns with a paperback copy of his latest book, Misery's Child , which concludes with the death of Sheldon's incessantly popular heroine.
Misery gave her life for her husband and her best friend and child. The spirit of Misery will always--" "I don't want her spirit! You killed her!
You murdered her! They punched deep into the pillow and he bounced like a ragdoll. His legs flared and he cried out. She froze, staring at him with that narrow black expression--that look of crevasse.
If Misery Chastain had been a real person, he knew he might very well have been called upon "to aid the police in their inquiries," as the euphemism went.
After all, he had a motive--he had hated her. Ever since the third book, he had hated her. For April Fools Day four years ago he'd had a small booklet privately printed and had sent it to a dozen close acquaintances.
It had been called Misery's Hobby. In it Misery spent a cheerful country weekend boffing Growler, Ian's Irish setter. He might have murdered her In the end, in spite of his having grown to despise her, Misery's death had been something of a surprise for him.
He had remained true enough to himself for art to imitate life--however feebly to the very end of Misery's hackneyed adventures. She had died a mostly unexpected death.
His cheerful capering had in no way changed the fact. You are just a lying old dirty birdie. Sometimes that happens. It was like life, when someone just--" She overturned the table by the bed.
The one shallow drawer spilled out. His wristwatch and pocket-change spilled out with it. He hadn't even known they were in there. He cringed back from her.
Her lips drew back from her teeth. Sometimes they go screaming and sometimes they go in their sleep--they just slip away, the way you said, sure.
God takes us when He think it's our time and a writer is God to the people in a story, he made them up just like God made US up and no one can get hold of God to make him explain, all right, okay, but as far as Misery goes I'll tell you one thing you dirty bird, I'll tell you that God just happens to have a couple of broken legs and God just happens to be in MY house eating MY food The deeper the well, the more exciting the story.
King doesn't stop digging. What's worse than going off a mountain road in your car? How about being held prisoner by a homicidal nurse.
What's worse than those? How about being hooked on prescription painkillers. How about being forced to write a novel under these conditions.
Knowing you're going to be killed--likely shot, chopped up and fed to a pig--as soon as you finish your task. What's worse than all of those?
King isn't done imagining. Another characteristic of a great thriller is a great villain and Annie Wilkes is up there with the best.
Details of what led to her to no longer being employed as a nurse would be frightening enough. King establishes a moral code for Annie, who murdered patients without remorse and inflicts suffering on her captive but refuses to take the Lord's name in vain.
There's something unsettling about an adult who refuses to use profanity despite being profane, resorting to infantile expressions like "cockadoodie" instead.
I'm also tickled by Annie being a fan of bodice rippers. One superficial complaint is that King falls in love with italics and give his characters line readings, which I prefer authors not do, especially on every page.
Another is that he includes several passages of Misery's Return , typed to omit the missing "N" on the typewriter Annie provides Paul.
I'm happy that King got the chance to cook up and even write prose for a bodice ripper, but I didn't want to read it.
I wanted to read what would happen next between Paul and Annie and didn't like being interrupted. The story is also much more grisly than I felt it needed to be, but this is also a matter of taste.
Readers who love Thomas Harris or Netflix's Mindhunter should love this while scaredy cats might not. The furnace was a dim bulk in the middle of the room.
It looked like an octopus. He thought he would have been able to hear the chiming of the parlor clock if the night had been still, but a strong summer wind had blown up, as it so often did these nights, and there was only time, spreading out forever.
He could hear crickets singing just outside the house when the wind dropped Only it wasn't rats he was afraid of, was it? It was the trooper.
His so-fucking-vivid imagination rarely gave him the horrors, but when it did, God help him. God help him once it was warmed up. It was not only warmed up now, it was hot and running on full choke.
That there was no sense at all in what he was thinking made not a whit of difference in the dark. In the dark, rationality seemed stupid and logic a dream.
In the dark he thought with his skin. He kept seeing the trooper coming back to life-- some sort of life--out in the barn, sitting up, the loose hay with which Annie had covered him falling to either side of him and into his lap, his face plowed into bloody senselessness by the mower's blade.
Saw him crawling out of the barn and down the driveway to the bulkhead, the torn streamers of his uniform swinging and fluttering.
Saw him melting magically through the bulkhead and reintegrating his corpse's body down here. Saw him crawling across the packed dirt floor, and the little noises Paul heard weren't the rats but the sounds of his approach, and there was but a single thought in the cooling clay of the trooper's dead brain: You killed me.
You opened your mouth and killed me. You threw an ashtray and killed me. You cockadoodie son of a bitch, you murdered my life. I envy those capable of reading Misery without having seen the film adaptation by William Goldman and co-starring Kathy Bates in her Oscar winning performance as Annie Wilkes.
The film does not age one bit, save that today's Paul Sheldon would've had a smartphone, likely damaged in the crash or out of its coverage area at Annie's farm.
Directed by Rob Reiner, Misery also has a fascinating production history. Even with five good movies to his credit with no bad ones, Reiner was unable to find a leading man willing to play Paul Sheldon.
Warren Beatty flirted with the role and was involved enough to suggest that Paul's view spoiler [foot amputation hide spoiler ] would alienate viewers.
William Hurt was offered and turned the part down twice, with Kevin Kline, Michael Douglas, Harrison Ford, Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Richard Dreyfuss, Gene Hackman and Robert Redford all passing before James Caan, rehabilitating his career after rehabilitating a drug habit, took the part.
As a book lover, I love that this is a thriller where the protagonist uses his tormentor's love of fiction to defeat her.
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I read this when I was in College. I found Carrie as a senior in high school and from there I started to plow through his catalog.
I read this somewhere between and That's over 20 years ago. I love seeing all the Stephen King videos of the constant reader fandom. When I read those, there wasn't that and I read them for myself and didn't get to share with a community.
I am considering doing a re-read of my favorite ones. I still remember reading this and feeling chills all over my body. I remember Kathy Bates winning the Oscar for her role and then seeing the movie, which had me reading the book next.
Seine beliebtesten Bücher handeln von der Serienheldin Misery Chastain. Paul hasst diese Buchreihe allerdings. Als er sein neues Buch Schnelle Autos in einem von ihm immer zu diesem Zweck benutzten Hotelzimmer beendet hat, macht er sich auf in Richtung Colorado, wo er einen Verkehrsunfall erleidet und ohnmächtig wird.
Im Haus der ehemaligen Krankenschwester Annie Wilkes erwacht er aus dem Koma. Vor allem liebt sie seine Misery-Bücher. Nach einigen Tagen bemerkt Paul bei Annie Zeichen einer Geistesstörung.
Sie bringt Paul nicht ins Krankenhaus, sondern isoliert ihn bei sich zu Hause, ohne einer Menschenseele Bescheid zu sagen. Diese Geschichte ist wirklich packend.
Dieses Buch brauchte nicht lange, um mich gefangen zu nehmen und Es geht um Paul Sheldon und seinen Überlebenskampf in der Hand einer Verrückten, in dem jede Sekunde Auf Empfehlung oder schon eher drängen ; eines Arbeitskollegen, habe ich nun meinen ersten King gelesen und bin verängstigt und begeistert zugleich.
Der Autor Paul Sheldon wird nach einem Autounfall in den Bergen von Colorado von der Krankenschwester Anne Wilkes gefunden und gepflegt.
Als Anne erfährt, das Paul ihre Lieblingsfigur in seinem neusten Werk hat sterbenlassen, zwingt sie Paul Als ich das Buch bekommen habe zum meinem damals Geburtstag dachte ich Weit verfehlt Sie ist verzückt und hin und weg ihren Liebling bei sich zu haben.
Leider hat er auch sein letztes Werk dabei in dem er Annies lieblings Charaktere sterben Der Roman "Sie" von Stephen King, aus dem Jahre erschien unter dem Originaltitel "Misery" bei Viking, New York.
Schriftsteller Paul Sheldon hat einen Autounfall und wird bewusstlos. Als er wieder zur Besinnung kommt, findet er sich in einem Bett wieder, an einen für ihn unbekannten Ort.
Nach kurzer Zeit merkt jedoch, dass Annie ihn nicht mehr gehen lassen will. Der ramponierte Autor ist Im Winter bricht sich der Bestsellerautor Paul Sheldon bei einem schweren Unfall nahe Colorado beide Beine.
Doch die Rettung sollte sich bald als fataler Trugschluss herausstellen, sein Ableben scheint lediglich aufgeschoben. Als Annie das neuste Misery-Buch erwirbt, verändert sie sich schlagartig und zeigt ihr wahres Gesicht.
Annie zwingt Paul dazu, einen neuen Misery-Roman nur für sie zu schreiben. Damit Paul nicht auf dumme Gedanken kommt, macht sie ihn abhängig von Schmerzmitteln, und falls er sich ihr doch widersetzt, gibt es im Garten ja noch ein Beil Als Paul durch Zufall dahinterkommt, dass Annie nicht nur verrückt, sondern auch noch eine Serienmörderin ist, wird ihm klar, dass er sich unbedingt aus ihren Fängen befreien muss, will er nicht seinen Lebensabend in ihrem Haus verbringen, oder noch schlimmer, von Annie zu Tode gepflegt werden.
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