Synopses & Reviews
The young couple. The new neighbors. The suicide. The amulet. The doctor. The herbs. The anagram. The baby.Rosemary's Baby.
In 1967, when Rosemary's Baby was first published, Ira Levin's masterpiece gave horror an innocent new face. It caused a worldwide sensation, found fear where we never thought to look before, and dared to bring it into the sunlight. Now, Rosemary's Baby is back to terrify a whole new generation of readers.
"Suspense is beautifully intertwined with everyday incidents; the delicate line between belief and disbelief is faultlessly drawn."
New York Times
"A darkly brilliant tale of modern deviltry that induces the reader to believe the unbelievable. I believed it and was altogether enthralled."
"Impossible to put down. . . . Ever so subtly Levin has stripped his audience of their rational defenses and holds them in his clutches . . . the climax is an icy shock which no one will ever forget."
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! Published to coincide with Ira Levin's September Dutton hardcover sequel, "Son of Rosemary".
She is a housewifeyoung, healthy, blissfully happy. He is an actorcharismatic and ambitious. The spacious, sun-filled apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side is their dream homea dream that turns into an unspeakable nightmare. . . .
Enter the chilling world of Ira Levinwhere terror is as near as your new neighbors . . . and where evil wears the most innocent face of all. . . .
About the Author
Ira Levin is the New York Times bestselling author of Rosemary?s Baby, The Stepford Wives, The Boys from Brazil, A Kiss Before Dying, and Sliver, each of which was made into a major motion picture. He also wrote ?Deathtrap,? the longest running thriller in Broadway history, and has won two Edgar Allan Poe awards. He lives in New York City.