Rose Madder by Stephen King

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Rose Madder Read Online Free - Roused by a single drop of blood, Rosie Daniels wakes up to the chilling realisation that her husband is going to kill her. And she takes flight - with his credit card.

Alone in a strange city, Rosie begins to build a new life: she meets Bill Steiner and she finds an odd junk shop painting, 'Rose Madder', which strangely seems to want her as much as she wants it.

But it's hard for Rosie not to keep looking over her shoulder. Rose-maddened and on the rampage, Norman is a corrupt cop with a dog's instinct for tracking people. And he's getting close. Rosie can feel just how close he's getting...

Title : Rose Madder
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ISBN : 0340640146
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 608 pages


Colleen rated it ★★★★★

December 08, 2017

My book club read this book last month. This is how book club went basically: Joy: Colleen, what was your favorite part of this book? Me: Well, Joy, I'll get to that in a few, but would anyone like some chocolate? (Passes around a bowl of chocolate until they are all staring at me expectantly. Rel...

Carol rated it ★★★☆☆

August 20, 2016

3.5 StarsIf you can handle a story of horrific abuse, Hannibal Lector's idea of a tasty dinner, and haunted dreams from the beyond, you're going to love ROSE MADDER.Norman "Bates" Daniels is a lunatic cop with a foul mouth and a sick, evil mind, and for wife Rose, a life of fear and pain begins t...

Mary rated it ★★★★★

October 30, 2007

Probably my favorite King book, Rose Madder contains some of his creepiest imagery and the best characterization of a woman that he's managed thus far. It's hard not to get involved in Rosie's problems as she runs from a horrifically abusive marriage. The supernatural horror aspect of the story d...

Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder* rated it ★★★☆☆

May 22, 2017

“The concept of dreaming is known to the waking mind but to the dreamer there is no waking, no real world, no sanity; there is only the screaming bedlam of sleep.” Stephen King can be downright weird with surprises he leaves for the reader. For the bulk of the book, it's an interesting story of an...

Ron rated it ★★★☆☆

July 27, 2017

I just met crazy rivaling that of Annie Wilkes. Norman Daniels. He’s a special kind of nut. Turns out this book was better than I had anticipated. Maybe that’s due to low expectations, seeing that many put this one towards the bottom of their personal King ratings. Introducing a preternatural pain...

Felina rated it ★★★☆☆

September 04, 2010

This is definately my least favorite of the King books I've read so far. I simultaniously loved and hated this book. There were no parts that I just liked...seriously I was either loving it or hating it. Clearly since I gave it 3 stars I loved more parts then I hated. First the good stuff. As usua...

Edward rated it ★★★☆☆

March 30, 2015

Now I remember why I didn't like this the first time I read it. It wears out its welcome a good 60 pages before the end. We get our denouement, and then we're made to wade through a goodly chunk of book before we can call it done. Still, Rose Madder is okay. I think what keeps this book pretty mi...

Thomas rated it ★★★☆☆

February 05, 2016

The 31st book in my long-term Stephen King reading project and the first one I had never read before. Considering common opinion (including King's own) and my friends views, I enjoyed more than I thought I would. However, it's far from without issues. For a long time I had a vague idea about men...

Nick rated it ★★★★★

January 16, 2015

I really believe that Rose Madder contains one of the most relentless, heart stopping pursuits in any novel anywhere, and - in Norman Daniels - the strongest villain in any of King’s work. King doesn’t just describe Norman Daniels’s actions in Rose Madder; he gets inside the monster’s head and in...

Cody | codysbookshelf rated it ★★★☆☆

August 30, 2017

Stephen King once famously proclaimed himself the Big Mac and fries of literature — meaning his works are popular and enjoyable, albeit perhaps lacking in nourishment. I heartily disagree with that assessment, for the most part. Novels such as IT, Dolores Claiborne, and The Dead Zone are intricat...

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