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Read an Excerpt. The first two seasons of MR. Start Watching Now. EW spoke with King about Mr. I will have to go back and watch the movie again to see all of the different little changes.
Now I know why some things happened. You know those things, the little things that are only in the head, written in the book, but doesn't show up in the movie part.
I know the book messed with my head but I didn't realize it would make me write that way! I hope anyone reading this can understand what I meant. I really did enjoy the book, although I did feel a bit crazier than I am at times with all of the voices in everyone's head!
I didn't want to read that part and lo and behold, it didn't happen! The ending in the book was a lot better than the movie. Once again, I really did enjoy this book and look forward to reading and re-reading more of the golden oldies!
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Jack and his family are in need of an income and a place to stay. Months alone, trapped by snow, with only the family by their sides.
What c 3. What could go wrong? Light, of my life. I'm not gonna hurt ya. I'm just going to bash your brains in.
I think it was cause I watched the movie first. So while I was reading this book, I was constantly trying to piece together half-remembered fragments with what happened in the book.
That being said, this book felt well-crafted. It was compelling, fascinating and spooky. Watching the darkness spread and death coming ever closer really cinched the book for me.
View all 5 comments. Aug 30, Ahmad Sharabiani rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , fiction , mystery , paranormal , 20th-century , adult.
Published in The Shining mainly takes place in the fictional Overlook Hotel, an isolated, haunted resort hotel located in the Colorado Rockies.
Jack Torrance, his wife Wendy, and their five-year-old son Danny move into the hotel after Jack accepts the position as winter caretaker. Jack is an aspiring writer and recovering alcoholic with anger issues which, prior to the story, had caused him to accidentally break Danny's arm and lose his position as a teacher after assaulting a student.
Jack hopes that the hotel's seclusion will help him reconnect with his family and give him the motivation needed to work on a play.
Danny, unknown to his parents, possesses psychic abilities referred to as "the shining" that enable him to read minds and experience premonitions as well as clairvoyance.
The Torrances arrive at the hotel on closing day and are given a tour by the manager. They meet Dick Hallorann, the chef, who also possesses similar abilities to Danny's and helps to explain them to him, giving Hallorann and Danny a special connection.
The remaining staff and guests depart the hotel, leaving the Torrances alone in the hotel for the winter. View all 6 comments.
Ghosts are too. They live inside of us, and sometimes, they win. On this reread, however, my socks were well and truly blown off and I had an entirely different experience.
On my first read, I was impatient. This time around I was emotionally involved. They needed the money, they really had nothing else to go back to.
One scene in particular left me feeling claustrophobic and breathless, and I regretted reading it one night before bed when I was home alone.
He is a complex character and it is difficult to know whether we are to sympathise with him or not. I shed a little tear towards the end, because I think in spite of all he has done, he does love his son - he was just the perfect prey for the Overlook to get its claws into.
View all 18 comments. This is basically just another haunted house story Though his tendency to overwrite shows too, a little editing would have made it even better by cutting out superfluous pages, nothing wrong in being succinct.
If you like ghouls, strange apparitions , an atmosphere thick with foreboding this ride will satisfy, not to mention the continuous party in the Colorado Lounge, where drinks are on the house, with Llo This is basically just another haunted house story If you like ghouls, strange apparitions , an atmosphere thick with foreboding this ride will satisfy, not to mention the continuous party in the Colorado Lounge, where drinks are on the house, with Lloyd the perpetually agreeable gentleman presiding A vague bartender who knows how to mix them, wild, crazy , raucous "people" inside, and noisy scenes happening frequently, sounds like fun Now to begin, John "Jack" Torrance has a little drinking problem, a falling down drunk, to be honest, it wouldn't matter much to anyone, except he is married with a lovely wife Wendy and a good son Danny age five, he the kid, sees things though The parents are in their late twenties, Jack has recently lost his job teaching at a prep school , an English instructor in New England, very appropriate.
What is not, beating up a spoiled rich student damaging his old car, Jack has a bad temper obviously , and gives no mercy. Let go by the school he desperately needs another job quickly, this is where the ancient Overlook Hotel, in the high Rocky Mountains of Colorado, over 10, feet in elevation, becomes important.
Jack's best friend Albert Shockley a wealthy man, obtains him the caretaker position there in the winter, he is part owner and fellow lush.
A new start for the aspiring writer; five months in isolation with only his rattled family , the roads become impassable because of heavy snows, often blizzards strike the area, Mr.
Torrance has the time now to finish his play, that will solve all the difficulties. Nevertheless the Overlook has other ideas not so nice, room for instance, nor is it the only one , the sinister hotel elevator disturbs the occupants, a free spirit , which makes a quite chilling situation there.
The three humans in the creepy building, months alone, can cause some to become unbalanced, even maniacal, as the temperature drops and the snowflakes fall, tense Wendy feels uneasy Terrific novel and the little child, Daniel Danny his invisible, unearthly friend, the aloof Tony , dominates the preceding, they are rather a peculiar pair However in reality and shall I write these words View all 21 comments.
Ok, Mr. Jack Torrence, The man who was going to live by his wits You, Sir, took the joy out of crunching those little squares. Great characters- storytelling- thriller by a master.
I can see Ok, Mr. I can see why readers get hooked on King. Huge thanks to Zoey!!!!!! An adrenaline rush!!!!! Off for a long Sat. View all 68 comments.
Nov 22, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: classic-novels , horror. At his left hand was a bowl for peanuts — now empty, of course.
All the same, a bitterly powerful wave of nostalgia swept over him, and the physical craving for a drink seemed to work itself up from his belly to his throat to his mouth and nose, shriveling and wrinkling the tissues as it went, making them cry out for something wet and long and cold.
None of them are as terrifying as the excruciating battle fought between the ears of an alcoholic. That man is Jack Torrance, a gifted writer who has squandered his talent with booze and a bad temper.
He and his family — wife Wendy, young son Danny — are wintering at the Overlook, a hotel in the Colorado mountains with a long and checkered past.
Jack has been given a job as the caretaker of the Overlook. All he has to do is keep the rooms heated, provide basic upkeep, and make minor repairs.
He thinks the job will give him plenty of time to finish the play he has been laboring on. The only trick is the isolation.
Once the snows move in, they will make the winding mountain roads impassable. The Overlook will be cut off.
The genius of The Shining is the simplicity of its setting. Isolated location. Spirit infested living accommodations. Precocious child. All these story elements are exceedingly familiar.
King is at the height of his powers in his evocation of Jack. He makes visceral the taste of crushed aspirin, the piercing headaches, the desperate thirst for a drink.
Jack is a complex character, at once a loving husband, a doting father, a grade-A prick, and a self-destructive wreck. King is known for outsized epics with dozens of characters.
Here, he pares things down to four main players. King cleverly utilizes a third-person limited viewpoint, which allows him a tell the story through several eyes, giving him the ability to both widen and narrow the focus at his whim.
After Jack, Danny is the most important figure. The ability to predict the future is not his best talent, though. If it was, the story would have turned out differently.
He is methodical in building this limited world the Overlook, the town of Sidewinder and sketching its handful of characters.
His plotting takes a bit of time, but there is a reason. Take, for instance, an early scene in which Jack and Wendy take Danny to a psychiatrist. The value of keeping it, though, is that it more firmly roots the proceedings in the actual world.
Eventually, King cuts loose and unleashes all manner of insanity. Some of it, frankly, is a bit goofy. However, all the work he has done setting up his endgame paid off.
I believed so much that I didn't bat an eye once the hotel came — for lack of a better phrase — to life. The Shining is a slow simmering tale that eventually explodes in the unrestrained violence and gore that has made King wealthy beyond imagining.
Of course, compared to some of his other titles, The Shining is practically subtle. I appreciated the slow turning of the screws, the gradual accretion of detail, the building of tension before it all boils over.
Jack Nicholson plays Jack Torrance as already half-crazy by the time the title card is shown. He does. The novel, as is often the case, is far superior.
The book version of Jack Torrance is far different from his cinematic shadow. He begins as a deeply flawed man with an ugly past, a serious addiction, and a nasty streak a mile wide.
But he is also a man who loves — or believes he loves — his wife and child. King paints an indelible portrait. Jack chewing Excedrin after Excedrin.
Jack wiping his lips till they bleed. Jack trying to distract himself from the thought of a drink. Jack trying to reconcile the man he wanted to be with the man he has demonstrated to the world.
This is a fully realized and unforgettable character. A skill, perhaps, that is sometimes overlooked. So far, my favorite has been Pet Sematary , where King uses a ghoulish conceit an Indian burial ground that can bring the dead back to life to explore a very real human concern loss and grief.
He touched such powerful chords with that book that I hesitate to ever open it again. An artist of the first order.
Not just a top-notch storyteller. Not just a guy with an incredible imagination. But a bona fide literary master. A lot of wacky and macabre things happen at the Overlook during the course of The Shining.
The tension, the shocks, the slow revelation of the lurking terror, are all things that will keep you turning pages with increasing rapidity.
But the reason this is unforgettable is the framework that King builds upon. The horror of the supernatural is not nearly so deep and so dread as that which passes between flawed human beings.
View all 12 comments. Matt Kevin wrote: "A lot of terrifying things occur in The Shining. None of them are as terrifying as the excruciating battle fought between the ears of an Kevin wrote: "A lot of terrifying things occur in The Shining.
Great review Matt! I need to wrack my brain a bit, since I haven't watched the Kubrick Shining this year. However, I believe there's a scene where Wendy Shelly Duval is explaining to a therapist that Jack hurt Danny, either saying or implying it happened while Jack was drunk.
She might even have mentioned him being a recovering alcoholic. Later, when Ullman is giving the hotel tour, he mentions that all the booze is being removed, and Jack says "we don't drink" but in a weird, Jack Nicholson way that says, but we used too!
I agree with you that a lot of detail gets lost in the Nicholson performance. In my opinion, he kind of overwhelms the movie which I nevertheless love.
In the book, Jack Torrance's descent is slow. In the movie, Jack Nicholson's Torrance is off-kilter from the very first scene.
A classic scene-chewing performance by Nicholson, but perhaps a little more subtlety was in order. Another Stephen King re-read complete!
I have had this book marked at 4 stars since I added it a few years ago. It has probably been 20 years since I last read the book and, in that time, I have watched the Kubrick movie a few times.
I think my thoughts on the movie combined with being a couple of decades removed from reading it skewed my rating a bit low.
This time, though, with the refresher — 5 stars all the way Another Stephen King re-read complete! This time, though, with the refresher — 5 stars all the way!
One very important thing I think that people forget including me is view spoiler [ Jack Torrence is not the monster, the Overlook is the monster hide spoiler ] I listened to the book this time and the audio narration was great.
I was enthralled the entire time and the narrator did a great job raising the stakes as the story progressed. If you are also considering a re-read, the audiobook is a great option.
If you are looking for a place to start King, this is not a bad choice. It is a little more psychologically complex that a couple of the other titles I recommend as King starting points The Dead Zone and Pet Sematary , but definitely would give anyone a good feel for King.
While there are some elements in the book similar to the movie, forget everything you have seen and the impressions Kubrick has given you and try the book.
I think you will find it to be a vastly improved experience. Also, I hear the more recent mini-series is much more true to the book — I hope to hunt that one down, soon!
View all 53 comments. His best book is 'The Green Mile,' but since it doesn't quite fall under the Horror category, it is either 'Shining' or 'Carrie' which take top prize.
There is not one single detriment to this well-known tale of the disintegration of the American family within the realm of the undead.
King here is as he has never been since: metaphoric and concise. He usually adds fact upon useless fact that converts a page work into something more gargantuan, and, therefore, less enthralling.
King is not a f His best book is 'The Green Mile,' but since it doesn't quite fall under the Horror category, it is either 'Shining' or 'Carrie' which take top prize.
King is not a fan of the Kubrick film, and it is easy to see why. The ghosts are the manifestations of a child's bruised home-life and the suffocation and claustrophobia have more to do with that tragic past than the hotel's eerie interior.
I place this masterpiece next to 'The Exorcist', a tale that is more than just a simple tale of demonic possession.
To say the 'The Shining' is just a ghost story is something Kubrick ran with The Torrences suffer because they had been broken prior to the stay at the Overlook This one is the one that made King king.
Thomas Vorilas Nice review. Pet Semetary to me was by far scarier. This was a great book in every way though.
It seems later on he cas Nice review. It seems later on he cashed in with some books that just seemed rushed to me. The Duma Key was a great book though Actual rating: 4.
In fact, the suspense is spread in the right amount of doses throughout the book, which is something I would love to see more often.
I read many stories where one thrilling thing happens after another, which just gets repetitive after awhile and takes away from th Actual rating: 4.
I read many stories where one thrilling thing happens after another, which just gets repetitive after awhile and takes away from the excitement.
King, however, knows how to keep you hooked without ever going over the top. Despite my copy having over pages, I felt entertained throughout and was never bored.
This is how suspense is supposed to be written. Obviously, many strange things happen in this story. Many of them might even seem completely unbelievable and ridiculous.
But once again, King has a way of writing that makes everything sound like they could actually happen.
I don't know how he does it, but every time I read something by him I think to myself:"Yeah sure, of course this is plausible. Of course this can be a thing.
I really liked how every character in this book had a distinctive voice, even though there were many changes of the point of view. This shows what great and realistic characters Stephen King creates every time.
Especially the main character Jack struck a chord with me, even though I am nothing like him. But there was just something about him I don't know how to describe it, but he was written in a way that made all his actions seem somehow comprehensible, no matter how shocking they might have been.
Of course everybody reads a book differently and interprets it in their own way. For me, this wasn't just a simple ghost story.
For me, it was about a man coming to terms with his own demons more than ever before, and finally facing up to something he has lost control over a long time ago.
The only reason this book doesn't get the full five stars from me, is because I didn't get lost in this world as much as I did in the other works by the same author.
View all 22 comments. All the stars! Loved, loved this book! I'm not sure what to say in this review that hasn't been said by others.
I was blown away by how great this book was. It was so much better then the movie! The slow progression of insanity with Jack Torrance was one of the best things about this book.
I loved the overall menacing presence of The Overlook. I loved how the hotel becomes more violent and threatening to Danny and his family the longer they stay there.
It was so gripping and overwhelming as the sto All the stars! It was so gripping and overwhelming as the story unfolded.
You just couldn't quit reading! I enjoyed Danny's struggle as a kid with understanding his 'gifts' and how to use them in a positive way.
Danny, don't you dare go into room ! This whole book was just awesome! This review doesn't give this book justice for how great it is.
I recommend this book to Stephen King fans and horror lovers. One of the best books out there! View all 55 comments. Even though the film version of this one from Stanley Kubrick is generally considered a horror classic, Stephen King has never been shy about making his dislike of it known.
He hates it so much that he was heavily involved in making a more faithful adaptation of it as TV mini-series in So that worked well…. On to the book.
As most everyone knows, this is about a family spending the winter in a haunted hotel in the Rocky Mountains called the Overlook.
Jack Torrance was a teacher and promising writer, but his alcoholism and short temper wrecked his career and very nearly ended his marriage.
Jack has been sober over a year, and he and Wendy have started down the path of reconciliation. However, she can never entirely forgive him for breaking the arm of their son Danny in an incident that was equal parts rage and accident.
Five year old Danny has psychic mojo that includes reading thoughts and precognition courtesy of visions shown to him by his imaginary friend, Tony.
Nearly broke, Jack takes on the job of being the winter caretaker for the Overlook. This means that the family will spend months alone in the hotel once the snow flies, and the last caretaker went axe-happy and killed his family.
Unfortunately, the Overlook is like an emotional sponge that has soaked in every ugly act that ever took place within its rooms, and the presence of a high-powered psychic like Danny kicks the place into overdrive.
As Jack is being driven into madness, Wendy and Danny become increasingly terrified of what he might do.
I once read something in which King talked about denial of his own substance abuse problems in which he noted that he somehow wrote The Shining without ever once realizing he was describing his own alcoholism.
That element of the Jack Torrence character is what makes this one of his better books. The idea of being trapped in a hotel with a bunch of ghosts is scary in a horror story kind of way.
The idea of being trapped in a hotel with an ill-tempered drunk with a history of violence as he is cracking up is downright terrifying.
This would be hard enough under any circumstances, but under the influence of the evil spirits of the Overlook, Jack becomes a tragedy.
Another element jumped out at me while re-reading this time. King talked in his non-fiction Danse Macabre Which I remember as being entertaining, but probably very dated by now.
He uses that idea to good effect here. View all 73 comments. Oct 01, Justin rated it really liked it. Third time reading this one, and I think I enjoyed it the most this time around.
Kicking off a couple months of reading scary, autumny, Halloweeny books. That's where it's at. This is a high point in the King canon for me. In Salem's Lot before this, he developed fascinating characters inhabited a beautifully described small town.
He took his time slowly unraveling the story, taking pages and pages to build the setting and deepen our relationship with the large cast of characters.
In The Shining, there are basically three characters outside of a small cast of supporting actors. The setting is really just a giant old hotel in a snowy Colorado town.
But SK takes even more pages, sometimes entire blasted chapters to develop his characters and set his scenes.
Like I said before, it's a slow burn, man. The fact that King takes his time building the horror makes the scary scenes that much scarier. It's not a horror novel full of jump scares and monsters.
It's effective by drawing us deep into the minds of the characters, overhearing their innermost thoughts, and freaking out right along with them.
The scenes there for horror effect and the iconic stuff from the movie aren't even all that necessary.
There is so much else going on in the isolation, addition, desperation, schizophrenia of it all that plays so much harder on your emotions than what's hiding behind a hotel room door.
It's long winded at times, sure, but it's mostly necessary. We get to know the Torrence family better than we wish we ever did by the end of this thing.
From the awkwardness of the initial conversation with Jack and Ullman to the wild and crazy climax, the pages keep turning and your heart keeps pounding faster.
King takes you on a long roller coaster ride that moves slowly up the long, high incline before bringing us crashing down screaming our faces off at the end.
And then we grab another King book and hope the ride is just as thrilling as the one before. I'm looking at you, Doctor Sleep.
View all 17 comments. Aug 17, Stephen rated it really liked it Shelves: horror-classic , psychos , audiobook , horror , , spooky-real-estate.
However , I do think that in order to have a credible debate on the subject, you would need to include the Prince of the Prolific Page Turner in the argument.
King and his extensive literary production. Hallorann, in turn, assures Danny that he and his mother will be okay.
Together with Wendy, Hallorann watches as Danny reels in a rainbow-coloured fish. King recalled that he and his wife were the only guests staying at the hotel; it was set to close for the winter season the next day.
While exploring its hallways, King thought to himself:. That night I dreamed of my three-year-old son running through the corridors, looking back over his shoulder, eyes wide, screaming.
He was being chased by a fire-hose. I woke up with a tremendous jerk, sweating all over, within an inch of falling out of bed.
King struggled with alcoholism in the early stages of his career. The Shining voices this concern. He wrote novels that, he later explained, he barely remembered writing, including Cujo and The Tommyknockers In the late s, Tabitha King staged an intervention, and King became sober.
King is not known for subtlety in his novels. Yet three of the most important details in The Shining appear before the novel even begins.
The first epigraph is perhaps the most important. In the tale, a fictional medieval prince gives a masquerade ball at his castle.
At midnight, the Red Death—a plague that causes swift, agonizing death—reveals itself among the revelers and kills them all.
Certain images and motifs from the tale are replicated. The colour red, for example, figures prominently in both stories. Danny is haunted by images of blood and brain matter throughout the novel.
There are other similarities between the stories. Here it is worth noting that masks and, especially, unmasking play a particularly important role in both stories.
In The Shining , the main characters conceal their true identities behind metaphorical masks. The second epigraph is shorter than the first but no less important.
In this particular etching , an artist sleeps at his desk while various flying animals—including owls and bats—lurk behind him. Inside the Overlook Hotel, all three Torrances struggle to distinguish between reality and illusion.
Most of the film was shot on a specially constructed set in Hertfordshire, England, in Kubrick reportedly exposed 1. A typical shooting ratio—comparing the total hours of footage shot with the eventual running time of the film—is or The completed film premiered on May 23, He transformed the bold, resilient Wendy of the novel into a timid, emotionally fragile character.
King disliked the casting of Duvall as Wendy. At the end of the film, Jack and the Overlook freeze; in the novel, the hotel burns in a fiery explosion.
In September , King published Doctor Sleep , a follow-up to The Shining set over 30 years after the events of the first novel.
His mother, Wendy, is dead. She died of lung cancer—possibly caused by ingesting smoke from the explosion of the Overlook—in Like his father did, Dan struggles with alcoholism and anger issues.
In an effort to curb his drinking, Dan attends a few Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. After several days of sobriety, he begins to regain his psychic abilities, which had long been suppressed by drinking.
The much-anticipated sequel reportedly sold , copies in its first week. The novel received generally positive reviews.
Shot in the Overlook in June Drunk, who was in charge of the Overlook during the winter of , went mad and killed his 2 daughters 8 and 6 with a hatchet, and his wife with a shotgun before committing suicide with the shotgun.
Headed the purchase of the Overlook from Derwent in , then was later part of High Country Investments that again purchased the Overlook in Fictitious boy whom Hallorann made-up as an excuse to get back to Colorado.
A promising debate student at Stovington Academy. Son of Brian Hatfield. County Coroner bribed to change the cause of death from suicide to accidental death for Mrs.
Massey - the woman found dead in room Friend of Dick Hallorann. State trooper that found Gienelli, Boorman and Macassi's bodies in the Overlook in Visited the Overlook and stayed in the Presidential Suite.
Former USA President. Owner of Fun Time Automatic Machines and a mobster. Guest in the Overlook in The three unnamed men who tried to climb the north face of King's Ram in Colorado.
They sat on a sofa in the lobby of the Overlook the day the Torrances arrived at the hotel. Torrance, Daniel Anthony Danny or Doc. Son of Jack and Wendy.
He could read people's minds or thoughts, and he was wanted by the Overlook. Passenger who didn't show up for Flight to Denver.
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