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[PDF / Epub] ☆ The Girl Next Door ✩ Jack Ketchum – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • The Girl Next Door
  • Jack Ketchum
  • Polish
  • 23 February 2018
  • 9788361386018

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  1. says:

    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 describes, in graphic detail, what those events might ve been like, from the point of view of the next door neighbor boy Teenage Davy lives on a dead end street and has been hanging out with the same neighborhood kids for his entire childhood One day, while catching crayfish, he meets Meg, who has just moved with her sister into Davy s next door neighbor s home Meg and Susan s parents were killed in an auto accident and the only relative to take them in is Ruth, a single mother of three boys There s not too much need to go into the plot from here because you all know where it is going I knew where it was going as well, but that didn t make it an...


  2. says:

    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 on a true story and the most horrific aspects of the story actually happened Pardon my colloquialism but are you fucking kidding me What kind of a world do we live in and who do I talk to about a serious dereliction on duty Whoever is in charge of this show we all act in needs to GET INVOLVED and start doing a much better job of bouncing the scum out of this establishment because there are far too many people dancing at this global party that belong at the bottom of cesspool The book description and other reviews have done a great job of describing the basic storyline, especially Flannery s review which can be found here Therefore, I will just briefly summarize the story The book is a fictionalized account of the real life torture and murder of a teenage girl in Indiana In t...


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    I get this feeling when there s something important I know I ve forgotten, or when I sense that something is gravely wrong in my little world It starts slow I d call it butterflies in my stomach, but that implies things much light hearted than what I speak of here As I worked my way through this novel, completely enveloped in the world created by Ketchum, it began Very lightly In fact, it was only on the second day of reading this book that I even noticed Today, as I made lasagna for my family, I kept reading I d pause every now and then, check on my kids that were playing Monopoly in their room They were fine I read The feeling was stronger it started to pull at my guts like it does when I ve really messed things up somehow or have neglected something major Texted my husband and mom all was well I felt like I was losing my mind Everything was fine, but this sense of wrongness lingered and grew It still didn t sink in why I kept reading, things were grim in the novel, but it wasn t too bad.yet Then I got it Somehow, before I d even reached the most horrific parts of this novel, this story had wound itself in my depths, in my subconscious, and I honestly think my mind and body were warning me on the most primal level Fight or flight, maybe, and it wanted me to bolt Or help But I didn t It urged me to DO SOMETHING, but of course, I couldn t I couldn t save h...


  5. says:

    DNF.I m out.I just can t with this book any 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 powerful, brave writer who drew me into this story even as I was dragging my heels, I just couldn t hang with those details any I was angry, upset, exhausted and I just didn t want one image to enter my brain As it is, from what I read, I won t forget.My heart breaks for the real Meg who endured this horrific violation and for the boys who got drunk and stupid off their game of powe...


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    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 autho...


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    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 terrifying and unsettling is that the story is based on true events This time around, I decided to listen to Jack Ketchum read the book to me via audiobook The one criticism I have is that Ketchum, like Ruth, is a heavy smoker You can hear evidence of this in the way he breathes I constantly felt myself drawn out of the story and and wondering about Ketchum s health His voice isn t unpleasant, but his breathing is You likely won t notice, but I did He reminded me of my father, who was on oxygen during the final years of his life.Here s where the personal info comes into play You can skip to In summation if you like.Growing up, I lived down the street from a pedophile named Eddie The guy was arrested after a neighbor walked in on him molesting his mentally impaired son, Jamie Jamie s brother Ryan soon confessed that, yes, Eddie had been messing with both of them After that, all the kids in the neighborhood came crawling out of the woodwork with stories of how Eddie had been at them I recall very cl...


  8. says:

    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 graphic and detailed, and it is NOT for the faint of heart That being said, I can categorically state that this is the most brutal, disturbing, upsetting, traumatising book that I have ever read I did not enjoy reading this book, it made me angry, upset, and downright incredulous that people are capable of such inhumane actions, because this is not just some sick and twisted idea that Ketchum came up with, it is based on a true story For those who are not familiar, this case is based on the murder of Sylvia Livens at the hands of Gertrude Baniszewski and her children kids in the neighbourhood I read up on this case after finishing the book and somehow the events that actually happened are even worse.Ketchum s writing in this is not flowery and beautifully written it is full of short and abrupt sentences that just cut right to the chase And this suits the type of story that he i...


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    I ve seen the movie a couple of days ago It gave me nightmares I don t think that I have the courage to read the book I m pretty sure that it ll drive me insane Won t happen any time soon.


  10. says:

    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 coming of age horror, like The Body or It Then it became darker and darker until it was physically wearing me out to read it.The Girl Next Door is a story of abuse, torture, and helplessness Like I said, it s a pretty brutal read Davy is torn between fitting in and trying to save Meg from the progressively hellish life at Ruth s house.Ketchum paints a horrifying picture of life in an abusive environment The book became increasingly uncomfortable to read because of his skill at depicting the horrors going on in the basement.In the end, this was a hard book to rate I thought it was very powerful but I can t say I actually enjoyed reading it past the halfway mark The torture was too much but I had to see the book through until the end The most horrifying thing about the book is that it was based on an actual incident.I m giving it a four because of the i...

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