by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman) The fear I’m sure he expects. The anger… that may be a surprise. Billy, a significantly overweight lawyer, is driving while his wife spontaneously pleasures him. An old Gypsy woman steps into the street directly in front of the car and is killed, but since Billy is an upstanding... Continue Reading →


by Stephen King If being a kid is about learning how to live, then being a grown-up is about learning how to die. Young Arnold Cunningham is riding shotgun with his buddy Dennis when they pass a rotting heap of a Plymouth Fury junked on the side of the road, displaying a reluctant For Sale... Continue Reading →


by Stephen King, Joe Hill A father, his headstrong son, his old war buddy from Vietnam and seven other road brothers of The Tribe (Live on the Road, Die on the Road) get mixed up in a deal that goes bad. Very bad. While discussing the matter in a restaurant parking lot they become aware... Continue Reading →


by Stephen King Nowadays everybody wants to talk like they’ve got something to say, but nothing comes out when they move their lips, but The Stand. And mothafuckas act like they forgot about IT. First thing, there's no disparaging The Stand, that's just a catchy intro if you've ever listened to rap. His apocalyptic novel... Continue Reading →


by Stephen King “I pulled out a single sheet of paper wrapped around a smaller envelope. Written on the face of this second envelope was Read my letter before opening this one. So I did. Got help me, so I did.” Revival opens with a young boy, Jamie, meeting the new local preacher, Charles, as... Continue Reading →

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