Comparing the similarities and differences in the book and movie version of the shining

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Comparing the similarities and differences in the book and movie version of the shining

Novel sent via NetGallery in exchange for a honest review. She loves her daughter, really, but after years of expulsions and strained home schooling, her precarious health and sanity are weakening day by day.

I was so enamoured with this novel's premise that I immediately bypassed everything and delved right in. This book is insane - in a good way.

This book reminded me of YOU by Caroline Kepnes in the way that it is uncomfortable, it is meant to make you uncomfortable, you're going to be uncomfortable reading it, and you're going to think about it for a while.

At the centre of this story is a picture-perfect family of three - except everything is not as it seems. The 7 year old Hanna is a psychopath. I'm not talking "my kid is weird, and is anti-social". I mean, this kid is without empathy, without remorse, and actively tries to kill her parent.

Once I started this book, I just couldn't stop. The narrative skips between two perspectives: Suzette, a mother held ransom by her daughter's behaviour and Hanna, the daughter who believes her mother is wearing a mask and must cleanse the world of her spirit. The perspectives are so.

Hanna's was by far my favourite, just because delving in the mind of a seven year old psychopath was just beyond Her perspective leaves you on edge as someone who is radically out of control for someone so young.

Suzette's perspective, on the other hand, is utterly heartbreaking, as we are watching a mother at her wit's end. The perspectives flow perfectly, weaving in and out of each other seamlessly - really, making you want more. The utter research put into this novel is also astounding. The novelist Stage really put the time and effort in to back up Hanna's character with real science - the mind of a psychopath and the mind of a child who is a psychopath.

Comparing the similarities and differences in the book and movie version of the shining

We are captivated by this premise because it's rare. One thing I wanted - just one chapter on the husband's point of view.

Comparing the similarities and differences in the book and movie version of the shining

As the character caught in the middle, the husband Alex sees both sides of the story - Hanna's 'perfect child' mask she puts on for him and Suzette's frazzled state as Hanna's spiral continues to shoot downhill. I would have loved to know what he was thinking! I devoured this novel in one sitting.

I'm sure you will too.In the movie, technology is more impressive. The world is a technologically advanced place filled with drones, 3D transmissions and impressive looking devices of all sorts.

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