By Stephen King
Ça peut prendre l. a. forme d’un loup-garou, d’une momie, de sangsues meurtrières. Ou devenir un clown maléfique muni de crocs et de griffes. Ça puise dans les peurs de l’enfance pour attirer et dévorer ses victimes. Et tous les vingt-sept ans, il revient à Derby, petite ville du Maine. Un groupe de six garçons et une fille, le « membership des Ratés », y fera face une première fois. Puis une seconde, alors que les membres du groupe auront basculé depuis longtemps dans l’âge adulte. Ça est le chef-d’oeuvre de Stephen King, grand maître du fantastique contemporain. Un roman qu’on ne lâche plus, une fois commencé, tant l’immersion est profonde. Une intrigue complexe qui ne connaît aucun temps mort, une plongée dans le monde de l’enfance, ses douleurs et surtout ses peurs, une rigidity permanente. Tout y est précis, enchanteur, effrayant, magnifié par los angeles plume du maître. Ça déménage, c’est le moins qu’on puisse dire.
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The fifth man’s stomach exploded into flaming tendrils of gore. The sixth man said, “Forthwith I will put every last black hole in the universe behind bars. I will teach Eternity the very meaning of deference and respect and authority. ” He emptied the shells from the shotgun, reloaded it, and put the barrel in his mouth . . The first man looked at his wife. She was asleep. “Wake up,” he whispered helplessly. ” She opened her eyes. She stretched, sighed. She rolled off the bed, slipped into the bathroom and turned on the shower, annulling the voice of her husband .
My daughter and I held hands and stared at the aquarium. “Don’t believe that horseshit about imagination,” I told her. “The real thing is always better. That’s why the imagination exists. Mostly, people can’t get the real things they want. ” The algae-eaters threaded through the skulls. They seemed to multiply before our eyes as they devoured crumbs of excrement . . It took some convincing. But eventually my daughter talked me into it. We stripped to our underwear and climbed a ladder that ran up the aquarium’s exterior, its rungs cold and sharp on the soles of our feet.
I cocked my head. Sirens outside. A knock at the door. I still hadn’t locked it. The door opened and a woman entered and she called my name and marched through the house until she found me, bleak, wild, lingering over the gruesome corpse of the chimpanzee. “Lower your weapon and step away from the unripe mammal,” she barked, fingering a baton. I dropped the gun and backed into a china cabinet. She looked good in her uniform. And she was just my type. Skinny. Young. Like everybody’s mother used to be.
Ça by Stephen King