Dziewczyna z s siedztwa Dziewczyna z s siedztwa Jacka Ketchuma to jedna z najs ynniejszych powie ci grozy ostatnich lat uznawana za jedn z najbardziej wstrz saj cych powie ci w historii literatury Nareszcie ukazuje si na po

  • Title: Dziewczyna z sąsiedztwa
  • Author: Jack Ketchum Łukasz Dunajski
  • ISBN: 9788361386018
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dziewczyna z s siedztwa Jacka Ketchuma to jedna z najs ynniejszych powie ci grozy ostatnich lat, uznawana za jedn z najbardziej wstrz saj cych powie ci w historii literatury Nareszcie ukazuje si na polskim rynku To legendarna ju opowie o szale stwie rodz cym si w ludzkim umy le i o tym, jak to szale stwo zara a wszystkich wok , jak infekuje niewinne umys y i prow Dziewczyna z s siedztwa Jacka Ketchuma to jedna z najs ynniejszych powie ci grozy ostatnich lat, uznawana za jedn z najbardziej wstrz saj cych powie ci w historii literatury Nareszcie ukazuje si na polskim rynku To legendarna ju opowie o szale stwie rodz cym si w ludzkim umy le i o tym, jak to szale stwo zara a wszystkich wok , jak infekuje niewinne umys y i prowadzi do eskalacji cierpienia, b lu i nienawi ci.Obok tej ksi ki nie mo na przej oboj tnie Dziewczyna z s siedztwa wstrz sa czytelnikiem do granic wytrzyma o ci i pozostawia w emocjonalnym szoku jeszcze przez d ugi czas po zamkni ciu ostatniej strony.Przedmie cia Ciemne ulice, przystrzy one trawniki i przytulne domy Mi a, spokojna okolica Jednak nie dla nastoletniej Meg i jej kalekiej siostry Susan W domu Chandler w, przy lepej uliczce, w ciemniej, zawilgoconej piwnicy, Meg i Susan zdane s na ask kapry nej i cierpi cej na ataki sza u ciotki Ruth, kt r szybko ogarnia szale stwo Szale stwo, kt rym zara a swoich trzech syn w oraz ca okolic Jedynie jeden zatroskany ch opiec spr buje oprze si z u zara aj cemu niewinne umys y Musi podj bardzo doros decyzj i wybra mi dzy mi o ci i wsp czuciem, a po daniem i z em Kt r drog wybierze

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    1. Jack Ketchum Łukasz Dunajski says:

      Jack Ketchum is the pseudonym for a former actor, singer, teacher, literary agent, lumber salesman, and soda jerk a former flower child and baby boomer who figures that in 1956 Elvis, dinosaurs and horror probably saved his life His first novel, Off Season, prompted the Village Voice to publicly scold its publisher in print for publishing violent pornography He personally disagrees but is perfectly happy to let you decide for yourself His short story The Box won a 1994 Bram Stoker Award from the HWA, his story Gone won again in 2000 and in 2003 he won Stokers for both best collection for Peaceable Kingdom and best long fiction for Closing Time He has written eleven novels, the latest of which are Red, Ladies Night, and The Lost His stories are collected in The Exit At Toledo Blade Boulevard, Broken on the Wheel of Sex, and Peaceable Kingdom His novella The Crossings was cited by Stephen King in his speech at the 2003 National Book Awards.



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    1. This is a fictional story based on an actual 1965 killing of a teenage girl in Indiana. The girl, Sylvia Likens and her sister Jenny were put into the care of a single mother by their carnie parents. The woman, Gertrude Baniszewski, several of her children, and some neighborhood children tortured and eventually murdered Sylvia. She was forced to endure unbelievable atrocities like scalding baths, the carving of words into her body with needles, repeated beatings, eating feces, and worse. Ketchum [...]

    2. WARNING: For those of you that still have a tattered, fragmentary scrap of optimism for the inherent goodness of people, this book may well rip it from you and shred your faith in mankind. This book is as disturbing as anything I have ever read. This is mostly because the novel slammed all of my soft/weak spots when it comes to violence, including:1. Torture; 2. Sadism;3. Violence against children;4. Violence committed by children; and5. Prolonged mental abuse.…and worst of all, this is based [...]

    3. Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος Vernus Portitor Arcanus Ταμετούρο Αμούν Arnum says:

      Κύριε των δυνάμεων!!!Αποκλείεται να συνέβησαν αυτά τα αποτρόπαια βασανιστήρια σε δυο κοριτσάκια ανήλικα που το μόνο που τα βάραινε ήταν η ορφάνια τους και η γλυκιά αμαρτία της νιότης τους. Κι όμως μιλάμε δυστυχώς για μια αληθινή ιστορία τρόμου και ψυχασθένειας -σκληρότητας [...]

    4. When a pretty girl named Meg moves in next door, young Davy is smitten. Soon, however, Meg's aunt Ruth begins mistreating Meg and invites her children to help. Can Davy help Meg escape? Or will he join in her torment?This is the twentieth book in my Kindle Unlimited Experiment. For the 30 day trial, I'm only reading books that are part of the program and keeping track what the total cost of the books would have been.This is one brutal damn book. At the beginning, it felt like Stephen King's comi [...]

    5. There's going to be some personal information in this review. If you feel uncomfortable reading about child abuse of a sexual nature, you might want to skip this one.The Girl Next Door was one of the first Leisure paperbacks I recall buying. I don't know what I was expecting, but what I got was a kick in the teeth. This book is brutal and unapologetic. And, in my opinion, Ruth is one of the scariest characters to be found within the pages of the book. What makes this all the more terrifying and [...]

    6. The most horrifying thing about Jack Ketchum's The Girl Next Door is that it is based on a true incident - horrendous abuse, torture and eventual murder of the 16 year old Sylvia Likens in 1965. Sylvia's parents, carnival workers who moved often, left her and her sister in Indianapolis under care of their acquaintaince, Gertrude Baniszewski. Baniszewski was paid to care for the girls, but as the payments were late she began to abuse the young girls, focusing the torrents of her anger on Sylvia. [...]

    7. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/Have you ever read a book that you could not (with a clear conscience, at least) recommend to anyone? Ever read something that made you feel like you should turn yourself over to the authorities because only psychotic criminals would be interested in the subject matter you just exposed yourself to? If so, then you've probably already read The Girl Next Door. When Meg and Susan’s parents die, they are taken in by their aunt rather than becoming wards of [...]

    8. Great, cruel cautionary tale. The type that valiantly finds the Sad in Sadism. This one's about the hideousness of child abuse, about Miserable Psychopaths & their deep punctures that leave nothing but death and devastation behindHerein THAT form of evil, which is regularly found, sprinkled, Disneyfied previously in such forms as Cinderella, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Body/Stand By Me, MiseryJewels, really, all of them, to our culture. It is a summer idyll worthy of Lord of the Flies (!!). A [...]

    9. DNF.I’m out.I just can’t with this book anymore. You think this is as bad as it will get and then it just gets so much worse. The writing is great, yeah, yeah, blah blah. I don’t give a shit.*update an hour or so after I quit*Listen, I'm not "faint of heart" I'm not a "gentle spirit". Horror is my favorite genre and I love my stories bleak and dark but sometimes we have to know our limits. Is nothing off the table? No. We have to be true to ourselves. As much as I think Ketchum is a powerf [...]

    10. Before reading this book, you need to prepare yourself.Yes, it's going to be disturbing.Yes, it's going to turn your stomach to knots.Yes, it's going to make you very, very angry.I won't go into the plot since several reviews and the book description already do that. I will say that to me, this book reveals the ugliest possible sides of human behavior, the worst being when good people do NOTHING to help. Even the author is disgusted by what happened, according to his note at the back of the book [...]

    11. Check out all my reviews on my blog page: constantreaderpauloneill/All hail the king of horror. No one makes me squeamish quite like Ketchum. To my horror, half way through the book I realised that it’s loosely based on the true story of the tragic Sylvia Likens. The story is about two teenage girls who are left in the care of their aunt after a horrible accident. It tells the story of the escalating abuse both of them suffer at the hands of their aunt and her children. The story is told throu [...]

    12. I honestly don’t know how to rate this book. One star? Five stars? Throw it away? Is it a great book? Is it a pile of shit?There are a few stages of reading it:1. Oh, great, it drew me in from the first page, that’s great.2. Interesting character development. So logical. Great introspection.3. Oh, the tension is building even in the smallest scenes.4. Oh, shit is starting to happen. I can’t put it down.5. This is so great. It sends a great message. All that is necessary for the triumph of [...]

    13. Here's another long lingering gaze upon our inhuman humanity for everyone who is still labouring under the delusion that there might be a tiny shred, maybe just a single thread, something, anything, of common decency to be found in the vast majority of ordinary people. Jack Ketchum's here to tell you - sorry. There's not. This novel is based on a real crime which took place in 1965. JK relocates it to 1958 and, creepily, as if this tale needs more creep, which it doesn't, to his home town - to h [...]

    14. Συγγνωμη αλλα δεν μπορω να κανω κριτικη ειμαι σοκαρισμενη

    15. "My mom says Meg's the lucky one," he said. "My mom says she got off easy."In 1950s suburban America, two teen girls are left in the care of their aunt following the death of their parents. The story is told through the eyes of David, the boy who lives next door and who is witness to the escalating abuse and torture that these girls endure at the hands of the aunt and the rest of the children in the neighbourhood.First of all, I need to explicitly warn potential readers that this book is very gr [...]

    16. This is a disturbing book and a difficult one to read if you know beforehand how it ends (and it's pretty easy to figure out the outcome from the narrator's early comments).Knowing so much about this book before I picked it up (I read about the real life case it is based upon on crimelibrary), I figured I'd be able to handle the content but it was so unrelentingly brutal near the end that I had to put it down and watch a silly movie (The 40 Year Old Virgin, if you must know) to help me temporari [...]

    17. This is the hardest book for me to rate. I want to rate it a 5 star because it was greatly written. I want to give it 5 stars because I couldn't stop reading. I did have to put it down once, and step away from it. Italmostbecame too much for me. I knew what I was getting my self into before I even downloaded this on my Kindle. It is based on a true story. I read about the story on line and knew how it ended. If you are looking for a happy ever after with this book your not going to get it. It's [...]

    18. This is the most fucked up, heartbreaking, traumatising book that I have ever read. It's four in the morning. I had meant to read a few chapters before going to sleep. Instead, I stayed up all night and finished the book. It's impossible to like this book because of how disturbing it is, yet it is equally impossible to put down because you have to see how it ends. The fact that this book is based on true events is the most traumatising - yes, traumatising - factor of all. Jack Ketchum writes ver [...]

    19. Οταν ξεκινας να διαβαζεις Κετσαμ ξερεις τι εχεις να αντιμετωπισεις. Ο Κετσαμ ειναι αυτο που ελεγε ο Βλαδιμηρος Κυριακιδης στις Βαρβαροτητες: Αρρωστια.Η καθε του λεξη μια σουβλια με πυρωμενο σιδερο στα πλευρα.Ωμος και συντομος. Δεν χρειαζεται πολλες λεξεις για να σε σοκαρει [...]

    20. The Game. It started off innocently enough, kid stuff. It rapidly segued into something else altogether when Mama, with her empty glittering eyes, joined in. This is as disturbing as anything you ever want to read.

    21. So, I sit here wondering What is it that makes one devour a book like The Girl Next Door? Because, I have to say, I didn't just read it. I had to work hard to get my eyes off its pages. So, given that it is by no means pleasant but on the contrary disturbing as hell, not because it's scary or gruesome in a splatter-y kind of way, but due to its very subject which is totally real and possible, what sort of perversion was it that kept me hooked on it? Just before I reached the middle was when I fi [...]

    22. Maybe the hardest book I ever read. Tough to finish. I wanted something traditional to come rescue me, something heroic, like a vampire or ax murder or even a cannibal. I needed that to take away the pain of the reality. But, no, you won't find that here. You'll find a narrator who is just like you as an adolescent, and who eventually takes part in heinous abuse, facilitated by an adult, and the worst of humans is portrayed in stunning reality. This is what people slip to. People like your neigh [...]

    23. Lectura con el grupo 221 b Baker street"Pensé en lo facil que era herir a una persona. No tenía por qué ser algo físico. Lo único que tenías que hacer era darle un buen golpe a algo que le importase."Esta es la clase de historias que, una vez las terminas, van a acompañarte durante algún tiempo. Es difícil, más bien imposible, racionalizar lo que sucede y entender a aquellos que los realizan. Es brutal la sensación que te deja conforme lo vas leyendo y es imposible mantenerte indifere [...]

    24. Rating this book is one of the most difficult ratings I've done. On one hand, this is an extremely well written book. The characters feel real, you care about the ones you are supposed to care about, and genuinely loath those you aren't. The scenes are set well and it is very clear as to what is happening. Your mind will have no trouble picturing exactly what is transpiring, and that is precisely why this book is so hard to rate. You don't want to picture what transpires in this book. You don't [...]

    25. Einfach nur erschreckend. Ohne Worte. Überlegt euch zwei mal, ob ihr dieses Buch wirklich lesen wollt.

    26. This book will stay with you for the rest of your life.t really in a good way. Unbelievable what a "so called" normal group of people can do.

    27. Αυτό το βιβλίο θέλει γερό στομάχι κυριολεκτικά . Οι σκηνές που περιγράφει είναι εξωφρενικές , αηδιαστικές , σκληρές και απάνθρωπες . Είναι φορές που έπιανα τον εαυτό μου να λέει "φτάνει , το παρατάω εδω ! " . Αλλά δεν άντεχα στην ιδέα να μη μάθω πως τελειώνει το μαρτύριο της Μεγκ [...]

    28. Reseña en español en el blog: click aquí.So, I'm trying to catch up with all the pending reviews I have left and now it's this book's turn which is really bad because this is one of those books that stays with you after a long time; just remembering how gruesome and awful this story was, makes my skin crawl.It's not a book for everyone, so I suggest that if you're not into horror novels (and even if you do like them) you should probably avoid reading this book because it's shocking to say the [...]

    29. RIP Dallas Mayr/Jack Ketchum. I have this book a negative review years ago, when I read it. I was so disturbed by reading it. And never considered how tough it might have been to write it. But it was a true story. And deserved to horrify its readers. Which in my case, it did. And the truth is, I haven’t stopped thinking about the book in years. Which means it gets more stars from me now.

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