Never before available on unabridged audio! Dexter’s Michael C. Hall reads this classic horror story described by Publishers Weekly as the “most frightening novel Stephen King has ever written.”
Now a major motion picture!
When Dr. Louis Creed takes a new job, and moves his family to the idyllic, rural town of Ludlow, Maine, this new beginning seems too good to be true. Yet despite Ludlow’s tranquility, there’s an undercurrent of danger that lingers…like the graveyard in the woods near the Creed’s home, where generations of children have buried their beloved pets.
Behind the “pet sematary,” there is another burial ground, one that lures people to it with seductive promises…and ungodly temptations. A blood-chilling truth is hidden there—one more terrifying than death itself, and hideously more powerful. An ominous fate befalls anyone who dares tamper with this forbidden place, as Louis is about to discover for himself…
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Stephen King has called Pet Sematary the most frightening book he’s ever written, and he’s not wrong—the horror these characters face is the crushing finality of death itself. Soon after moving to a small Maine town, doctor Louis Creed learns about a decades-old animal burial ground from his elderly neighbor. After unthinkable tragedy strikes, Louis finds out more than he wanted about the town’s creepy history. Actor Michael C. Hall (TV’s Dexter) performs the full cast of characters with an impressive array of New England accents. His skillful narration heightens King’s hideous vortex of gory horror and deep-seated regret.
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Not my favorite of his books
But decent read
At last the uncut version
For a long time I was only able to listen to BBC Radio’s abridged version on CD. That version was the stuff of nightmares for me, but how I longed for the full version of the most terrifying King novel. The wish was granted last year with Michael C. Hall’s reading which was pitch perfect especially as he channeled the iconic Maine accent made famous by Fred Gwynne’s portrayal in the 1989 film.
Narration was great