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Das Spiel ist ein Roman des US-amerikanischen Schriftstellers Stephen King. Das Original erschien unter dem Titel Gerald's Game im Verlag Viking. Das Spiel (Originaltitel Gerald's Game) ist ein Psycho- und Horror-Thriller von Mike Flanagan, der am September im Rahmen des Fantastic Fests seine Premiere feierte und am September in ausgewählte US-​amerikanische Kinos kam. Der Film basiert auf Das Spiel von Stephen King aus dem Jahr Das Spiel (Gerald's Game): Roman: vanilja.se: Stephen King, Joachim Körber: Bücher. Inhaltsangabe zu "Das Spiel". Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben. Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben etwas.

King Das Spiel

Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben etwas Schwung verleihen. Lade Spiele-Apps oder spiele kostenlose Vollversionen von Online-Spielen auf vanilja.se! Erlebe unsere beliebten Spiele mit Freunden und hab Spaß! Inhaltsangabe zu "Das Spiel". Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben.

Stephen King knows pretty damn far. Just ask Paul Sheldon or Ray Garraty. Or the castaway in "Survivor Type" -- him most of all.

King also knows that the human body has an amazing capacity for trauma. It can withstand a lot -- so much so that the mind often breaks first.

King being King, it's not just enough to have Jessie at the mercy of handcuffs she can't merely wiggle out of. No, King being King, he introduces several other elements to the story to amp up the suspense and terror.

Some may argue the story didn't need these elements one element in particular , but I say Bravo! I was in those handcuffs too, you see, in the dark, thirsty, exhausted and in pain.

The sudden realization that I may not be alone after all, that there may be someone lurking in a dark shadow of the room watching me I love how long King is able to prolong the suspense over this creature's existence -- is it or is it not a figment of Jessie's overtaxed imagination?

I went back and forth several times during the last part of the novel, until finally the big reveal and I was satisfied, more than satisfied actually.

The fact that he turned out to be real after all made my skin crawl. This is true horror -- helplessness. This novel is burned into my brain as if I've lived it.

That's unforgettable storytelling and something you don't want to miss. Trust me. You do trust me, don't you?

View all 55 comments. Aug 18, PirateSteve rated it it was amazing. The regularity in which Stephen King writes 3 plus, 4 and 5 star books is staggering.

What surprised me with Gerald's Game is after all these years Mr. King chose this book to spit in the face of horror.

This book commences with a solid, voyeuristic 4 star plot. We move into the middle of the book like a hungry dog looking for it's next meal.

Sniffing around for clues of what may happen next and how we would react. It The regularity in which Stephen King writes 3 plus, 4 and 5 star books is staggering.

It's the next moment in our own reality. Just when I thought it was over, the final few chapters of this book takes the plot up a notch and I'm not going to give you the slightest of clues.

View all 27 comments. Shelves: horror. This was the grin --a version of it he seemed to save just for these sessions.

She had an idea that to Gerald, who was on the inside of it, the grin felt wolfish. Piratical, maybe. From her angle, however, lying here with her arms raised above her head and nothing on but a pair of bikini panties, it only looked stupid, No Just an attorney with a hard-on poking the front of his undershorts out of shape.

And only moderately out of shape at that. He has recently discovered this new sexual kink that puts the fire back in the dragon. He wants and needs her to be absolutely submissive.

Jessie is complicit. It adds to his pleasure knowing she is completely helpless, well not totally helpless. Now maybe there is something extra stimulating for Gerald to lock his wife to a bed knowing that they are in the middle of nowhere, knowing that no one can hear a thing.

She asks to be released. He likes this new twist. A rape fantasy is blooming before his eyes. Jessie kicks him. Her aim is excellent and those legs belong to someone who used to be athletic.

She catches him in the gonads and in the stomach. Gerald exits stage left, but though his lines are finished his corpse still has a role to play.

Jessie is in a pickle. A traumatic event like being handcuffed to a bed in the middle of nowhere might bring out all kinds of voices in my head.

Jessie, an old hand at sorting out the voices, vacillates between thinking about how she can live and thinking about exactly how she will die as the voices wage a war in her head.

The keys, yes the keys are way over there on the dresser. She gets a cramp. It was only a matter of time. It was like having your heart poked with the tines of a barbecue fork.

Then the muscles just below her breasts tightened and the bundle of nerves in her solar plexus seemed to ignite like a pile of dry sticks.

This pain was new, and it was enormous--far beyond anything she had experienced thus far. It bent her backward like a greenwood stick, her torso twisting from side to side, knees snapping open and shut.

Her hair flew in clots and clumps. For a moment she was sure this was it, the end of the line. But this one passed, too. Entered through the pet door stage right is the stray dog formerly known as Prince.

He is a demented version of the dog that was once loved and coddled by a girl. He is beyond hungry on the verge of starvation. Yeah it gets a bit gruesome.

Being tied up with death staring you in the face will probably lead most anyone to a few moments of reflection.

Jessie thinks about her father and the stain he left on her life. Even as an adult looking back the situations that occurred are baffling.

The manipulations and the secrets are still wiggling in her subconscious never to be completely still or properly categorized like a mounted butterfly or a file marked DONE.

It is an ongoing evaluation. She sees someone Hallucination or real? One of the things I like about Stephen King is he usually gives nods to other writers or artists or musicians reminding me that he is beyond just a pop culture If you want to go to heaven Let me tell you how to do it, You gotta grease your feet With a little mutton suet.

A bit of Woody Guthrie I was caught up in this book and blew through pages like Speedy Gonzales. By the end I felt that King added too many elements which detracted from the overall believability of the situation for me.

True terror comes from me being totally sold on all the twists and turns. View all 25 comments. Mar 21, Mario the lone bookwolf rated it really liked it Shelves: king-stephen.

King likes to demonstrate that he is the pimp grandmaster of using one single setting to show us how it has to be done. Including childhood trauma, how far one might go to survive, married life and how it can develop, and switching between the terror of the seemingly hopeless situation and flashbacks to the mystery of what happened when the protagonist was a girl and how those events influenced the current happenings.

The situation of being, just, alone in a remote area or helpless or bound or ne King likes to demonstrate that he is the pimp grandmaster of using one single setting to show us how it has to be done.

The situation of being, just, alone in a remote area or helpless or bound or next to the dead body of a loved one, is frightening enough, but all at once together where nobody hears you scream, except of the definitively wrong people, is truly a bad situation.

Hunger, thirst, nature, evil forces, all together united against one single, brave woman. A very similar setting to his novel misery, except that there is no personified danger in the form of an axe crazy woman.

The introspections, omg, how King slips inside the minds of his protagonists, how the reader is shattered by each new little twist, each deterioration of the already precarious situation, how realistic and credible the characters think and feel, how less actually happens and how suspenseful and intriguing the few plot twists seem in retrospection.

Also realizing that such a hardcore sick freak was standing there, lurking and stalking around, gives a giant finale goosebump.

View all 6 comments. Oct 12, Johann jobis89 rated it it was amazing. However, things quickly take a turn when Gerald drops dead from a heart attack, leaving Jessie handcuffed to the bed.

Jessie is left to face all of her worst fears, as the voices in her head take over As someone who has a relatively short attention span, the premise of one character trapped in one location for almost the entirety of th "Some nightmares never completely ended.

As someone who has a relatively short attention span, the premise of one character trapped in one location for almost the entirety of the novel didn't necessarily excite me, I really thought I'd struggle.

However, I have to commend King for writing such a tense, nail-biting, exhausting, unputdownable story.

This book played on my mind, it gave me nightmares; for the first time since Pet Sematary, my blood actually ran cold whilst reading a book.

I really loved this book, as I finished it I even thought "This is now one of my top Kings" Gerald's Game is not for everyone, some people might actually find it boring and some might get upset at the difficult themes that are described in explicit detail, such as sexual abuse.

It's an uncomfortable read for sure, but I almost feel like you need to go through that in order to fully understand Jessie. It's extremely gory at times too, which for a hardened horror fan like myself, is something I actually really enjoy, but I know not everyone will feel the same way.

It's strange, because although I loved this book, I wouldn't necessarily recommend it to everyone. My favourite aspect of this book was Jessie, who has shot right up the list to becoming one of my favourite King characters.

She is brave, she is strong, she is resilient. What she went through during her childhood is quite simply one of the most horrific things I've ever read about, in any novel.

I loved her references to how she was no longer going to be under the control of any man, following what she suffered at the hands of her father, as well as how she was treated during her marriage.

I was rooting for her the whole way and am literally in awe of her survival instincts. Me, I would have just lay there and accepted death, for sure.

King does such a great job in presenting her character development throughout the novel. A lot of people on instagram were eager for my opinions on the ending of Gerald's Game and here it is I thought it was brilliant.

It actually makes Jessie's experience more terrifying for me. I won't go into too much more detail as I don't want to spoil for anyone, but it was horrifyingly amazing and I'm a big fan.

So, yeah, it's awkward to really love a book and yet still feel slightly apprehensive about recommending it to people! But if it sounds like the kind of book you'd enjoy - go for it!

I honestly thought I wouldn't be a fan and I've been proven wrong. Now I get to watch the adaptation on Netflix and I'm really looking forward to it, I'm sure I'll have some opinions on that soon too.

Do you even need to ask? View all 12 comments. This book showed troubled marriage and how the past can affect people. It was a quick read, but not very fascinating.

View all 4 comments. Sometimes it takes heart to write about a thing, doesn't it? To let that thing out of the room way in the back of your mind and put it up there on the screen.

This was, without a doubt, the most fucked up book I've ever read. So of course I loved it. For some reason, I went into this book thinking I'm not going to like it.

Jessie, our main character, is handcuffed to a bed and can't move. Doesn't sound that much exciting, right? Well, wrong.

I thought that the whole novel would be about Jessie tryi Sometimes it takes heart to write about a thing, doesn't it? I thought that the whole novel would be about Jessie trying to escape, and that it would just drag and be boring.

But, boy, was I wrong! This book was anything but boring. And I wouldn't call this book scary, but it is creepy and disturbing.

I felt like I was in the room with her, and that really freaked me out. Also, Jessie our main character, as I said before definitely isn't one of the most likable character, at least at the start.

But, as the story progressed, I started liking her more and more, and hoping she would save herself somehow. But this book definitely isn't for everyone.

There are scenes that actually made me sick, and I had to put the book down, and take a few breaths. And somewhere in the middle, I thought that the story would take a turn and become something supernatural, but thank God it didn't.

I loved the whole ending, and I wouldn't change a thing. It wrapped the story up perfectly. If you like King, give this book a chance.

It is different than his other works, but in my opinion, it is just as good. View all 7 comments. This book and I have a long history. She gave me a note to hand to the librarian and all.

So, after summer rec, I went into the library and decided I was ready to read some Stephen King. My sister read his books and she said they were better than the RL Stine ones.

It was a hard cover, a nice thick book with a set of handcuffs on the cover. I sauntered up to the counter and handed the librarian, my card, my book and my permission slip signed by my mother who worked across the street.

I like to think that the librarian had no idea what the book was about, and even with my permission slip would have stopped me HAD she known what it was about, though I don't know for sure.

What a surprise I was in for. Fast forward to now. I decided I had better read this book before it gets completely destroyed in Hollywood.

I was off to a slow start because of the release of Mr. Mercedes and then later, the release of Four. If I had to describe this book in one word it would be brutal.

It was absolutely one of the most fear-inducing books I have ever read. It made my skin crawl, my heart ache, my stomach knot, my hands shake. I was scared in every way imaginable and my heart broke for Jessie and all that she had been through in her life.

There were parts of this book that I struggled even to get through. The sequence where you learn what happened to her on the day of the eclipse was the most disturbing thing to read.

The secret that she was so ashamed of, the burden that was placed on her at such a young age just hurt my heart. She wants the sweet escape that insanity would bring her.

Instead she is forced to recall the worst moments of her life, hear voices in her head and see a walking nightmare of a man standing in the corner of the room while she lies there like a piece of meat on display in a case.

But wait, is that a man? Or a shadow? Is she hallucinating? What I can tell you is that this book had me scared beyond comprehension.

I slept with a flashlight on the nightstand the whole time I read this. I was absolutely terrified. Though it took me a long time to finish it and it seemed that I would never finish it, I did love this book.

I feel like reading this book was so similar to Jessie being handcuffed to the bed. The time seemed to drag on forever and I felt like it would never end as she certainly felt.

Might I suggest you read it in broad daylight in a wide open space with lots of people around you? Just in case… View all 64 comments.

Mar 25, Bradley rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , shelf. I'm revising my previous estimation of this book up one star. I'm gonna be a little spoilery.

The re-read was actually rather satisfying. Yes, it's a novel about survival and all the kinds of crap that men make women do to satisfy themselves, but it's also a rather moving novel about keeping or losing one's sanity in the face of all those expectations.

Never mind the sheer horror of being handcuffed to a bed without hope of being saved because your lover just keeled over, or watching a d I'm revising my previous estimation of this book up one star.

Never mind the sheer horror of being handcuffed to a bed without hope of being saved because your lover just keeled over, or watching a dog eat your husband as you go thirsty.

It's a lot more than just that. It's memories and other humiliations and the struggle to find oneself through one hell of an ordeal. Plus, I kinda like the fact that we're dealing with a very Poe-ish or Aristotelian art-ethic here.

It's very focused in time and place, forcing us to go down deep into the subconscious. I can't help but appreciate that more now than when I was younger.

It really gave a sense of reflection and of shoring up her defenses after having them all stripped away, both literally and figuratively. I felt the power of the positive reversal.

Now, I should say that I'm revising this from my three stars to four based mainly on the fact that the novel is good on its own, but when I chose to give it three from memory , I did so based on my enjoyment in comparison with the rest of Stephen King's works.

It isn't his strongest novel by far, but it was still quite enjoyable. I think I'm going to really enjoy the movie in a few days.

View all 5 comments. Oct 11, Leo. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

A kinky sex game. A heart attack. Handcuffed to a bed. A serial killer on the loose. Just watched the new film on Netflix It is quite good.

View 1 comment. Nov 19, Sr3yas rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf. I chose to watch the movie instead, which is actually great!

So if you find yourself stuck like me, tune in to Netflix and save some time. View all 16 comments.

Oct 19, Lisa rated it it was ok. I hate this fucking book. I have a few King books that I truly hate. Dolores Claiborne is my most hated.

I had a signed first edition of that book. Any other I would have treasured. This one I sold. I hated that book! Gerald's game is my second.

King is my favorite author. He owns an 8 foot tall bookshelf of hard and soft backs from forever ago! But, sometimes I think He stinks! Not a biggie!

Some of the books I hate are loved by many! I thought of I hate this fucking book. I thought of saying older S. His Mercedes trilogy was awesome.

I'm happy he wrote it, and I'm so glad that I was lucky enough to read all of it! Sleeping Beauties,. I'll admit that was about the most satisfied I've been in a very long time!

View all 8 comments. Aug 15, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it it was ok Shelves: creepy-books , own-it-spent-my-food-money-on-it , or-just-watch-the-movie , becoming-groweds-up , daddy-issues , read-in , super-meh.

Things might get spoily from here on, so consider yourself warned. The story here is of Jessie and her husband Gerald. Gerald has made big plans to spice up the off-season weekend the two are spending at their lake house.

Not to mention potential things that go bump in the night. Dear trolls, please remember. Bernard trying to murder them, or handcuffed to a bed — the mere idea of not being able to escape gets my heart beating like a rabbit.

As a kid I remember the big reveal of the eclipse being sooooo horrible. I got off with barely a scratch compared to what could have happened.

But would her mind truly have fractured into as many pieces as it did from this one disgusting instance???? Good lord, not everything you throw at the wall actually sticks, bro.

View all 11 comments. Normally I would prefer to read the novel before the on screen adaptation, but in this case, I watched the screen version first.

I enjoyed it immensely and as a result, I was keen to get my hands on the book. I always feel the book provides more depth and goes that one step further than the screen version.

It revolves around a couple, Gerald and Jessie, who in attempt to reconnect and spice up their sex life, take a trip to their remote holiday cabin and introduce handcuffs to the mix.

What follows is a 28 hour nightmare, as Jessie remains chained to the bed and tries to work out how she can escape and survive this ordeal.

Then the voices start, the voices of her subconscious and her past coming back to haunt her. The atmosphere King portrays in this novel is one of foreboding, despair and ultimately survival.

The situation in which King places his main protagonist Jessie, is frighteningly real. The terror in this book comes from the way in which King plonks his reader into the situation at hand.

The timeline of this book is tight, it covers a 28 hour time period, over which Jessie is trapped. It is a plodding style pace, but this suits the tone of the novel.

What also made this book a winner for me was the inclusion of flashbacks. It is graphic and detailed, but it was in line with the story.

Characterisation is solid in this novel. King successfully embodies the mind of his main protagonist Jessie very well.

King also spends time developing his non human characters, such as the stray dog that flits in and out of the story.

Many of these characters delivered some shock surprises and interesting angles in the book. King definitely had me pleading to find out if Jessie would survive her ordeal.

Be prepared to be taken to some dark places in this novel if you choose to read it! This book was so hard to finish. However if King had written this book with the whole "space cowboy"-corpse molester-freak angle it would have been sooooo much scarier.

I honestly thought Jessie was imagining a man in her home as she was chained up and it turns out a real man was there! If this had been the whole story Her locked up with this man here and there and she doesn't know if he is real or not It would have been so much better.

Not King's finest Glad it's over. Would not recomm This book was so hard to finish. Would not recommend. View all 14 comments. Jan 13, Lucy rated it liked it Shelves: owned , standalones.

View all 10 comments. He managed to put the characters and the reader in one of the scariest situation, even after re-reading this I still hold my UPDATE: The adaptation was phenomenal!!!

He managed to put the characters and the reader in one of the scariest situation, even after re-reading this I still hold my breath and anxious throughout.

Gerald sort of has other plans to elevate their sexual fantasy and it involves handcuffing Jessie to the bed. Jessie is intrigued but it soon turns into one dark twisted situation that will bring back demons from the past and shadows will become alive.

His characterization shines that he even gives animals and inanimate objects so much life. I would highly recommend it especially for Halloween or just for the shock factor.

Sep 23, Zoeytron rated it liked it. Games are meant to be fun, but the one Gerald has concocted for himself and Jessie turns out to be a real bad scene.

Jessie is not having a good time, and it isn't going to matter much to Gerald one way or another. The voices in Jessie's head are complicating things, advising, criticizing, chastising.

She is caught short, reliving an eclipse, dreading the dark. With her very sanity at sake, Jessie does what must be done to free herself.

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Sie fährt mit dem Auto davon, um Hilfe zu suchen, wird jedoch durch die Verletzung bewusstlos und fährt das Auto gegen einen Baum. ChattysBuecherblog vor 2 Jahren. Kommentieren 0. Schon kurz nach ihrer Ankunft drängt Gerald Jessie zum Sex — allerdings in einer neuen Spielart: Er fesselt sie mit Handschellen an die Bettpfosten und beginnt ein Rollenspiel, in dem er nicht ihr Ehemann, sondern ein Einbrecher ist. Inhalt: Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Sie zerschlägt es und benutzt die Scherben, um sich aus den Handschellen zu befreien. Handlungsort Handlungsorte. Kategorien : Literarisches Werk Literatur Die Grundstimmung ist düster. Übrige Publikationen. Der Regisseur nehme damit ein wenig von der Wucht der Grundidee und sorge für ein klareres Ende, als King das offenbar im Sinn hatte. Ein halbes Jahr später hat Jessie einen Selbsthilfeverein für Missbrauchsopfer gegründet. Aber dann tauchen Novolin doch gefährliche Besucher auf. Deutscher Titel, Das Spiel - Gerald's Game. Originaltitel, Gerald's Game. Widmung, Dieses Das Spiel ist ein Roman von Stephen King aus dem Jahr Jessie Burlingame will aus dem brutalen 'Spiel' mit ihrem Mann Gerald aussteigen. Ans Bett gefesselt erlebt Jessie einen Alptraum aus Entsetzen und Gewalt. Lade Spiele-Apps oder spiele kostenlose Vollversionen von Online-Spielen auf vanilja.se! Erlebe unsere beliebten Spiele mit Freunden und hab Spaß! Gerald und Jessie Burlingame haben sich in ihr einsames Sommerhaus zurückgezogen. Gerald möchte dem eintönigen Eheleben etwas Schwung verleihen. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Das Spiel" von Mike Flanagan: Stephen King gilt nicht umsonst als der König des Horrors, diesen Titel hat er sich nach mehr. If there was a thing I remembered from the first time I read Gerald's Game, besides Jessie being handcuffed to the bed, Kleidung Niederlande was the sun going down on her day. The timeline of this book is tight, it covers a 28 hour time period, over which King Das Spiel is trapped. Schnell wird jedoch klar, dass diese Stimmen verschiedene Aspekte der Persönlichkeit Jessies repräsentieren, und im inneren Dialog mit ihnen gelingt es Jessie im weiteren Verlauf des Romans, die schwierige Beziehung zu Gerald oder den lange Online Free Craps sexuellen Missbrauch durch ihren Vater, als sie zwölf Jahre alt war, zu verarbeiten. She wants the sweet escape that insanity would bring her. Oct 01, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: scarey The Sign Up, psychological-horrorown Dortmund Vs Werder Bremen, favorites. He wants and needs her to be absolutely submissive. Gerald sort of has other plans to elevate their sexual fantasy and it involves handcuffing Jessie to the bed.

I was scared in every way imaginable and my heart broke for Jessie and all that she had been through in her life. There were parts of this book that I struggled even to get through.

The sequence where you learn what happened to her on the day of the eclipse was the most disturbing thing to read.

The secret that she was so ashamed of, the burden that was placed on her at such a young age just hurt my heart.

She wants the sweet escape that insanity would bring her. Instead she is forced to recall the worst moments of her life, hear voices in her head and see a walking nightmare of a man standing in the corner of the room while she lies there like a piece of meat on display in a case.

But wait, is that a man? Or a shadow? Is she hallucinating? What I can tell you is that this book had me scared beyond comprehension. I slept with a flashlight on the nightstand the whole time I read this.

I was absolutely terrified. Though it took me a long time to finish it and it seemed that I would never finish it, I did love this book.

I feel like reading this book was so similar to Jessie being handcuffed to the bed. The time seemed to drag on forever and I felt like it would never end as she certainly felt.

Might I suggest you read it in broad daylight in a wide open space with lots of people around you? Just in case… View all 64 comments. Mar 25, Bradley rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , shelf.

I'm revising my previous estimation of this book up one star. I'm gonna be a little spoilery. The re-read was actually rather satisfying. Yes, it's a novel about survival and all the kinds of crap that men make women do to satisfy themselves, but it's also a rather moving novel about keeping or losing one's sanity in the face of all those expectations.

Never mind the sheer horror of being handcuffed to a bed without hope of being saved because your lover just keeled over, or watching a d I'm revising my previous estimation of this book up one star.

Never mind the sheer horror of being handcuffed to a bed without hope of being saved because your lover just keeled over, or watching a dog eat your husband as you go thirsty.

It's a lot more than just that. It's memories and other humiliations and the struggle to find oneself through one hell of an ordeal.

Plus, I kinda like the fact that we're dealing with a very Poe-ish or Aristotelian art-ethic here. It's very focused in time and place, forcing us to go down deep into the subconscious.

I can't help but appreciate that more now than when I was younger. It really gave a sense of reflection and of shoring up her defenses after having them all stripped away, both literally and figuratively.

I felt the power of the positive reversal. Now, I should say that I'm revising this from my three stars to four based mainly on the fact that the novel is good on its own, but when I chose to give it three from memory , I did so based on my enjoyment in comparison with the rest of Stephen King's works.

It isn't his strongest novel by far, but it was still quite enjoyable. I think I'm going to really enjoy the movie in a few days. View all 5 comments.

Oct 11, Leo. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A kinky sex game. A heart attack. Handcuffed to a bed.

A serial killer on the loose. Just watched the new film on Netflix It is quite good. View 1 comment. Nov 19, Sr3yas rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf.

I chose to watch the movie instead, which is actually great! So if you find yourself stuck like me, tune in to Netflix and save some time. View all 16 comments.

Oct 19, Lisa rated it it was ok. I hate this fucking book. I have a few King books that I truly hate. Dolores Claiborne is my most hated. I had a signed first edition of that book.

Any other I would have treasured. This one I sold. I hated that book! Gerald's game is my second. King is my favorite author. He owns an 8 foot tall bookshelf of hard and soft backs from forever ago!

But, sometimes I think He stinks! Not a biggie! Some of the books I hate are loved by many! I thought of I hate this fucking book.

I thought of saying older S. His Mercedes trilogy was awesome. I'm happy he wrote it, and I'm so glad that I was lucky enough to read all of it!

Sleeping Beauties,. I'll admit that was about the most satisfied I've been in a very long time! View all 8 comments. Aug 15, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it it was ok Shelves: creepy-books , own-it-spent-my-food-money-on-it , or-just-watch-the-movie , becoming-groweds-up , daddy-issues , read-in , super-meh.

Things might get spoily from here on, so consider yourself warned. The story here is of Jessie and her husband Gerald.

Gerald has made big plans to spice up the off-season weekend the two are spending at their lake house. Not to mention potential things that go bump in the night.

Dear trolls, please remember. Bernard trying to murder them, or handcuffed to a bed — the mere idea of not being able to escape gets my heart beating like a rabbit.

As a kid I remember the big reveal of the eclipse being sooooo horrible. I got off with barely a scratch compared to what could have happened.

But would her mind truly have fractured into as many pieces as it did from this one disgusting instance???? Good lord, not everything you throw at the wall actually sticks, bro.

View all 11 comments. Normally I would prefer to read the novel before the on screen adaptation, but in this case, I watched the screen version first.

I enjoyed it immensely and as a result, I was keen to get my hands on the book. I always feel the book provides more depth and goes that one step further than the screen version.

It revolves around a couple, Gerald and Jessie, who in attempt to reconnect and spice up their sex life, take a trip to their remote holiday cabin and introduce handcuffs to the mix.

What follows is a 28 hour nightmare, as Jessie remains chained to the bed and tries to work out how she can escape and survive this ordeal. Then the voices start, the voices of her subconscious and her past coming back to haunt her.

The atmosphere King portrays in this novel is one of foreboding, despair and ultimately survival.

The situation in which King places his main protagonist Jessie, is frighteningly real. The terror in this book comes from the way in which King plonks his reader into the situation at hand.

The timeline of this book is tight, it covers a 28 hour time period, over which Jessie is trapped. It is a plodding style pace, but this suits the tone of the novel.

What also made this book a winner for me was the inclusion of flashbacks. It is graphic and detailed, but it was in line with the story.

Characterisation is solid in this novel. King successfully embodies the mind of his main protagonist Jessie very well.

King also spends time developing his non human characters, such as the stray dog that flits in and out of the story.

Many of these characters delivered some shock surprises and interesting angles in the book. King definitely had me pleading to find out if Jessie would survive her ordeal.

Be prepared to be taken to some dark places in this novel if you choose to read it! This book was so hard to finish. However if King had written this book with the whole "space cowboy"-corpse molester-freak angle it would have been sooooo much scarier.

I honestly thought Jessie was imagining a man in her home as she was chained up and it turns out a real man was there! If this had been the whole story Her locked up with this man here and there and she doesn't know if he is real or not It would have been so much better.

Not King's finest Glad it's over. Would not recomm This book was so hard to finish. Would not recommend. View all 14 comments. Jan 13, Lucy rated it liked it Shelves: owned , standalones.

View all 10 comments. He managed to put the characters and the reader in one of the scariest situation, even after re-reading this I still hold my UPDATE: The adaptation was phenomenal!!!

He managed to put the characters and the reader in one of the scariest situation, even after re-reading this I still hold my breath and anxious throughout.

Gerald sort of has other plans to elevate their sexual fantasy and it involves handcuffing Jessie to the bed.

Jessie is intrigued but it soon turns into one dark twisted situation that will bring back demons from the past and shadows will become alive. His characterization shines that he even gives animals and inanimate objects so much life.

I would highly recommend it especially for Halloween or just for the shock factor. Sep 23, Zoeytron rated it liked it. Games are meant to be fun, but the one Gerald has concocted for himself and Jessie turns out to be a real bad scene.

Jessie is not having a good time, and it isn't going to matter much to Gerald one way or another. The voices in Jessie's head are complicating things, advising, criticizing, chastising.

She is caught short, reliving an eclipse, dreading the dark. With her very sanity at sake, Jessie does what must be done to free herself.

Sep 07, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: own , horror , suspense-thriller. Men and women alone in the dark are like open doors, Jessie, and if they call out or scream for help, who knows what dread things may answer?

If there was a thing I remembered from the first time I read Gerald's Game, besides Jessie being handcuffed to the bed, it was the sun going down on her day.

Night is coming. The thing that makes this book good, scary even, is realizing early in that Jessie's probably not going anywhere, and therefore you aren't either.

It's just the room, her predicament, and her fears — which become ours. I'm not scared of the dark. I was as a kid. That's different though.

But there were moments while reading Gerald's Game the first time, that I was scared again. Scared for Jessie - i. The second time around was different of course.

I knew what lay ahead this time, yet surprisingly there was still a little fear inside, because I had forgotten the order of things — and forgetting makes for new experiences.

This time around though, it wasn't the boogeyman I enjoyed most, it was Jessie's past. Locked to the bed, there is only the present, the coming dark, and her past.

No other characters here really. So it's her past that will speak. Jessie's working through the one thing she's suppressed and avoided all her life, the reason she has pushed away anyone who has gotten too close.

That little girl of eleven is talking to her now, and they are helping one another. I found that this is where the heart of the book lay. Her weakness is also her strength.

May 02, Stephanie That's What She Read rated it really liked it Shelves: audiobook , s , creepy , new-england.

I don't know what I was expecting, I knew it was essentially a one-character novel where a woman handcuffed to the bed has to deal with the external pressures of getting finding a way to get out of her situation, but it also dealt with the internal issues and memories she has been repressing for decades.

So right up front, one of the only things that I didn't like about the story was the ending. It seemed to stretch out in an unnecessary way and expla 4.

It seemed to stretch out in an unnecessary way and explain things that I, as the reader, didn't think really needed an explanation.

It was very close to being a five star book from me if it hadn't been for those last couple of chapters. There were so many things this book did right.

The body horror elements in here actually made me a feel a little dizzy. I loved the dream sequences and the voices in Jessie's head that represent different parts of her.

I thought King did a great job with the traumatic event she went through as a child. We have hints of it and the beginning and pretty much know what happened, but when Jessie's really gets into what happened and bringing in her new adult perspective to the situation.

It's such a painful memory, and it's presented in such a way where all of her reactions made sense to me. How she was manipulated into feeling the way she did and that it was something she couldn't tell anyone.

This was a fantastic story and really gave me everything I wanted out of a character study. Highly recommend it!

TW: sexual abuse of a child, marital rape View all 3 comments. Mar 03, Summer rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror.

This is only a second book I've read, written by the incredible author Stephen King. And I now fully understand why he's so successful, why so many of his books got picked for movies.

The way he describes things, situations, feelings, people… it's the way every author should do it. It's so detailed, so real you can almost smell it, feel it, feel the fear, the horror, the pain.

There were parts in this book, that were so disgusting, wrong, awful that I had to take breaks reading it. It was too re This is only a second book I've read, written by the incredible author Stephen King.

It was too real, I couldn't handle it. This happened two times. The first time was when I read about the thing that happened to her long ago.

That thing also shows what kind of mental marks can stay on a victim afterwards. How this really hurts them in so many ways and you can't run away from it.

Oh, it's just so wrong. The second time it happened, when I read about the thing she had to do, to rescue herself from this situation she was in.

Honestly, I almost threw up. I was constantly moving in my chair nervously, I said ''Oh, noooo,'' out loud.. This was so raw. And this is exactly what a book should do for you.

It should portray things you read about so real for you, that you feel like you're there, like you see it happening, like it's happening to you.

And this is why I love to read. Books open a new world for you. This was a hard one to rate. I'm going with 3 stars but I don't know if it deserves 3 stars.

My feelings about this book were all over the place. At the beginning of the book I was bored and uninterested but about pages in I became completely addicted but towards the end the story lost steam again.

So I'm giving Gerald's Game 3 stars but I don't feel great about it. Gerald's Game is probably one of the most polarizing Stephen King novels I've ever read.

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