I can only remember having read Carrie once, and that was sometime back in the early 1990's when I was wading my way through the King back catalogue. I had, as with most people of my generation, already seen the film version starring Sissy Spacek as Carrie White and Piper Laurie as her mother, along with other notable cast such as John Travolta, Amy Irving and William Katt. Though I have always enjoyed the film, when I read the book everything became so much more clear. Not that I would have expected anything else.
I enjoyed it a lot. Which probably raises the question, why have I only read it once when I read so many other King books so often? The only response I can give to that is that I've never owned a copy of Carrie. I had borrowed that copy from the library, and had never come across a copy since. This will explain to you why I am reading this as an ebook in the photo here, because I downloaded it to get started with my 'project' as soon as possible, rather than returning to the library to find this book again.
So... away we go!