{Free Reading} Rosemary's Baby Author Ira Levin – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

Rosemary's Baby Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse, an ordinary young couple, settle into a New York City apartment, unaware that the elderly neighbors and their bizarre group of friends have taken a disturbing interest in them But by the time Rosemary discovers the horrifying truth, it may be far too late

10 thoughts on “Rosemary's Baby

  1. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    She opened her eyes and looked into yellow furnace eyes, smelled sulphur and tannis root, felt wet breath on her mouth, heard lust grunts and the breathing of onlookers Nightmare Passionate dream Real How could it be real It can t possibly be real Rosemary Woodhouse wants a baby She is married to an actor named Guy They have recently broken another lease to take an

  2. Mario the lone bookwolf Mario the lone bookwolf says:

    The very rare case of a slow moving, nevertheless suspenseful soft horror novel mainly using characterization and worsening foreshadowing to thrill the reader.This one really stays in mind because of the end nobody would suspect and an accelerating thrill and feeling of discomfort I ve hardly ever seen performed this way It starts friendly, does a bit of creepy exposition

  3. Delee Delee says:

    I knew from a young age that I probably didn t have the maternal instinct that is necessary to raise a child I hated dolls they creeped me out, and instead of dressing up the ones I was given as gifts the dolls sat in the corner in various stages of undress while I wheeled my cat whiskers around in a baby carriage showing off his cute bonnets and frilly dresses He was the best

  4. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Rosemary s Baby Rosemary s Baby 1 , Ira Levin Rosemary s Baby is a 1967 horror novel by American writer Ira Levin, his second published book The book centers on Rosemary Woodhouse, a young woman who has just moved into the Bramford, an old Gothic Revival style New York City apartment building with her husband, Guy, a struggling actor The pair is warned that the Bramford has a disturb

  5. El El says:

    Disclaimer I am not marking this review as containing spoilers, because honestly, it s the 21st century and if you know nothing about the book or the movie, then that s just sad and shame on you unless you don t like scary things, in which case you shouldn t even be on this page If you don t want to know anything about the story, then please stop reading here.Disclaimer 2 This is probably

  6. Candi Candi says:

    She didn t know if she was going mad or going sane Well, this classic horror novel certainly hit the spot this month You simply can t go wrong with pure and simple, subtle fright for some pre Halloween entertainment This is a book very firmly set in the period of 1966 New York City, yet it never feels outdated on the creepiness scale It has such a nightmarish quality that seeps into your psyche

  7. Mariel Mariel says:

    This is why I will never have children.

  8. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    What shocks me most about reading Rosemary s Baby is what fantastic fiction it is Published in 1967, this thriller by Ira Levin flew off shelves and was adapted to film in 1968 by Roman Polanski into not only a prestigious studio picture but one that stands the test of time as one of the best horror films ever produced In an afterword penned in 2003 and included in this edition, Levin expresses surprise by

  9. Celeste Celeste says:

    You can find this review andat Novel Notions Thanks, Mr Levin I hate it.I had so many problems with this book Because I feel the need to vent about said problems, there will be an abundance of spoilers in the review below I ll try to keep things as vague as possible, but yeah Spoilers If you re unfamiliar with the story and have any desire to read it without prior knowledge, please skip reading this review.You h

  10. Carol Carol says:

    ROSEMARY S BABY is creepy as HELL I truly had no intention of reading this novel until I realized Ira Levin was the author He sure could write creepy scary too, and as with his other novels, he moves right along in the telling describing a 1966 New York City setting, young newlyweds Rosemary and Guy, and their new place of residence in the old Bramford apartment building with a very dark history.If you ve only seen the

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