It

It

Welcome to Derry, Maine ... It?s a small city, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own hometown. Only in Derry the haunting is real ... They were seven teenagers when they first stumbled upon the horror. Now they are grown-up men and women who have gone out into the big world to gain success and happiness. But none of them can withstand the force that has drawn them back Welcome to Derry, Maine ... It?s a small city, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own hometown. Only in...

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Title:It
Author:Stephen King
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:It
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:1116 pages pages

It Reviews

  • Kemper
    Sep 22, 2007

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

  • Alejandro
    Aug 04, 2014

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

  • Anne
    Nov 15, 2008

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

  • Maciek
    Nov 22, 2009

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

  • Jeffrey Keeten
    Oct 09, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

  • Raeleen Lemay
    Oct 15, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

  • Trish
    Jul 31, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

    Definitely one of King's most memorable, creative and well-written books. What's odd about IT is that it has many horror elements, but focuses more on a coming-of-age story between seven children living in a small industrial town and the power of their friendship as they grow up. I'v...

    Wow. I've made it. No, that sounds too negative, sorry. But this IS a doorstopper and it made me feel so much at the same time, making it seem even longer than it already was. Thus, my review, too, will be quite long so strap yourselves in! What I'd like to say right now, before we ...

  • Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies
    Apr 07, 2013

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

  • Stepheny
    Dec 01, 2011

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

  • Colleen Hoover
    Apr 05, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

  • Zoë
    Oct 24, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

  • jessica
    Nov 13, 2018

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

  • David - proud Gleeman in Branwen's adventuring party
    Jan 17, 2013

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

    Definitely one of King's most memorable, creative and well-written books. What's odd about IT is that it has many horror elements, but focuses more on a coming-of-age story between seven children living in a small industrial town and the power of their friendship as they grow up. I'v...

    Wow. I've made it. No, that sounds too negative, sorry. But this IS a doorstopper and it made me feel so much at the same time, making it seem even longer than it already was. Thus, my review, too, will be quite long so strap yourselves in! What I'd like to say right now, before we ...

    Much like the titular monster that lurks within its pages, this book is many things. It's terrifying, it's sweet, it's disturbing, it's sad. But most of all, It is amazing! The town of Derry is haunted by an evil with thousands of faces. With the entire town caught in the horrible c...

  • Jennifer
    Oct 27, 2012

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

  • Ginger
    Mar 27, 2018

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

  • Matthew
    Jan 08, 2013

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

  • Paul O'Neill
    Apr 21, 2015

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Jun 29, 2015

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

  • JV
    Mar 01, 2018

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

  • Franco  Santos
    Apr 22, 2014

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

  • Rebecca McNutt
    Mar 05, 2015

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

    Definitely one of King's most memorable, creative and well-written books. What's odd about IT is that it has many horror elements, but focuses more on a coming-of-age story between seven children living in a small industrial town and the power of their friendship as they grow up. I'v...

  • Kai
    May 03, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

    Definitely one of King's most memorable, creative and well-written books. What's odd about IT is that it has many horror elements, but focuses more on a coming-of-age story between seven children living in a small industrial town and the power of their friendship as they grow up. I'v...

    Wow. I've made it. No, that sounds too negative, sorry. But this IS a doorstopper and it made me feel so much at the same time, making it seem even longer than it already was. Thus, my review, too, will be quite long so strap yourselves in! What I'd like to say right now, before we ...

    Much like the titular monster that lurks within its pages, this book is many things. It's terrifying, it's sweet, it's disturbing, it's sad. But most of all, It is amazing! The town of Derry is haunted by an evil with thousands of faces. With the entire town caught in the horrible c...

    ?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.? 1200 pages are long. Or more like: looooong. So long that I expected more from it. Especially because...

  • Hannah Greendale
    Jun 28, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

  • Nayra.Hassan
    Jul 05, 2015

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Feb 25, 2018

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

  • Pouting Always
    Jul 04, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

  • Luca Ambrosino
    Mar 13, 2016

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

  • Elizabeth Sagan
    Mar 10, 2016

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)
    Aug 22, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

  • Sr3yas
    Mar 30, 2017

    The most important things are the hardest things to say, because words diminish them... Some time ago the wise bald (or white) heads stationed at various universities came to an agreement that a literary form, commonly known as the novel, is dead - fewer and fewer works of any signi...

    Some parts were truly creepy at first and initially, as often happens with King, I couldn't put it down. But then, as often happens with King, it hits a brick wall and becomes so over-long and has so many unnecessary elements that get in the way of the main story that it becomes a bloa...

    I read this entire book in one day during my 24-hour readathon, #readathonbyzoe! Watch the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9Vcd... I highly enjoy Stephen King's descriptive writing style! He surprisingly made this story seem like it had to be 1,200 pages long. I was on the...

    I'm not easily scared these days. As a grown woman, the only thing that brings the feeling of dread into my heart is the constant pinging of new work emails requiring my attention when I'm at home, but there was a time when I was a shy, delicate, sweet little girl who was scared of my ...

    Listened to the audio this time and it was awesome The narrator is Steven Weber and he did a great job! Hello, welcome to Derry.. I'm Pennywise the Clown and at some point, especially if your a kid, I will eat your face off! Have a nice day! The first time I read this bo...

    Fuck you, Stephen King. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO US? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnCdO... ...

    It is finished. Why yes, I did just complete my longest read to date. I simultaneously feel relieved and accomplished, drained and fulfilled. There are few authors who can successfully deliver such conflicting feelings, which is why he's one of the most well known names in the ficti...

    Throughout the book, I was going to give it 4 stars. It was suspenseful, there was a sense of dread with some truly scary scenes. King is very good at describing how children would think and make us feel their fears. It was really long with A LOT of descriptions but it was still very e...

    ?It wasn?t make-up the clown was wearing. Nor was the clown simply swaddled in a bunch of bandages. There were bandages, most of them around its neck and wrists, blowing back in the wind, but Ben could see the clown?s face clearly. It was deeply lined, the skin a parchment map of...

    ?????? ?? ?????? ?? ?? ????..??? ??????..?? ?????..?? ???????..????? ?? ?????????..???? ???? ????? ???? ?? ??????? ?????? ?? ????/????..???? ???? ????? ???? ????...

    Re-read update - April 2017: "He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts" I find it appropriate that I first read this between the ages of 12 and 15 and now I re-read at 39. This is pretty close to the ages of the characters past and present in th...

    You can't be clowning about IT!!! THOSE TERRIFYING CLOWNS It was easier to be brave when you were someone else. It's kinda..."funny" how such characters, the clowns, that they are supposed to make us laugh, and not matter that, you can find just too much examples of "evi...

    Let me take you all on a tour, kids. We?re going to everyone?s favorite place- Derry, Maine! We?re going to do some sight-seeing while I talk about the book that is my absolute hands-down #1 book of ALL TIME. And no, it is NOT Harry Potter! Shocking, I know! (That always surp...

    Derry, Maine seems like any other small town in the US except for its dark history. Death and disappearances are the norm and every 27 years they peak as more and more children are killed. When Bill's brother Georgie is killed by It, the mysterious thing behind Derry's darkness, Bill s...

    God. This book. I can't believe I've never reviewed IT. Ok, I read this back in high school with my best friend, and it scared the shit out of both of us. I still have a small scar on my leg from when we thought we saw Pennywise's likeness burned into the side of her dad's old ...

    English (It) / Italiano «The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years - if it ever did end - began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain»It is an horror novel. The bowels of Derry, Maine...

    WHAT A RIDE. First off, I'd like to start out by saying I DON'T NORMALLY LIKE STEPHEN KING. If you look at the other books I've read so far (Carrie, The Shining, The Gunslinger, and Different Seasons), they have all been rated 3 stars or less. Yet somehow, this book really spoke...

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend. It is 1958 in the small town of Derry, Maine and several children have been found murdered. Bill Denbrough and his six best friends believe the murders are linked to something that lurks beneat...

    I?ve just finished reading this for the second time and man, what a bloomin? excellent book. I go into more detail in my original review two years ago below but here are a few additional thoughts from my reading this time around: This book will always hold a special place in my ...

    with a deep sigh, she closes the book and steals a glance at the clock. its barely 10pm and she knows its already beginning. she can feel it in the way her body tenses at every noise that threatens the peaceful quiet. its in the way her heart skips a beat at every floating movement ...

    It (Eso) es una de mis obras favoritas de King. Y, para mí, la mejor. Tenemos a un grupo de amigos, los autodenominados Los Perdedores, integrado por William «Bill» Denbrough, Benjamin «Ben» Hanscom, Beverly «Bev» Marsh, Richard «Richie» Tozier, Edward «Eddie» Kaspbrak, ...

    Since all the hype with the new movie, I thought of writing my review to this book. * This is one of my favourite books by Stephen King. The thing with King?s horror books is that... I never thought they were scary. Actually, I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of tim...

    Only Stephen King could write an eleven hundred page book about the innocence and wonder of childhood, and then kick it off with a six-year-old boy getting his arm ripped off by a clown. Derry, Maine, in 1958 is a bad place to be if you?re a kid. Child disappearances and murders ...

    From the tenebrous depths of the abyss, comes an unimaginable tale of perennial terror that is feverish, jarring, and insidious. With meandering prose and vivid descriptions, King dazzles, stupefies, and petrifies readers down to their core by invoking their atavistic fears, transmogri...

    Full review up! I FINISHED IT!! So, this will be the 16,534 review for It? Now what can I give you in this review that the other 16,533 reviews might not have mentioned? Yeah right, they've mentioned this stuff! Who am I kidding... *ahem* Here we go! 1. Yes, it?s looooooong....

    Definitely one of King's most memorable, creative and well-written books. What's odd about IT is that it has many horror elements, but focuses more on a coming-of-age story between seven children living in a small industrial town and the power of their friendship as they grow up. I'v...

    Wow. I've made it. No, that sounds too negative, sorry. But this IS a doorstopper and it made me feel so much at the same time, making it seem even longer than it already was. Thus, my review, too, will be quite long so strap yourselves in! What I'd like to say right now, before we ...

    Much like the titular monster that lurks within its pages, this book is many things. It's terrifying, it's sweet, it's disturbing, it's sad. But most of all, It is amazing! The town of Derry is haunted by an evil with thousands of faces. With the entire town caught in the horrible c...

    ?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.? 1200 pages are long. Or more like: looooong. So long that I expected more from it. Especially because...

    And as I looked back at the bright paperback, fresh blood started dripping from its open pages..... The words were leaking crimson [Wake up] and I screamed as I started falling into a bottomless oblivion.... Oh, hi there! You just read about one of my nightmares I had since I starte...