Trade Ed. Simon & Schuster Audio 2000
CS ISBN 0671582364 $35.00 cassettes
DD ISBN 0743563379 $20.95
Library Ed. Recorded Books 2000
CS ISBN 0788750097 $59.75 Six cassettes
CD ISBN 0788751557 $74.75 Seven CDs
When Stephen King says "blood" or "lips," his Bangor, Maine, accent drags the "l" into his own dialect. Disguised as a writer's manual, King's latest yarn spills out the story of his life, which happens to revolve around writing. Fans will be eager to hear the master tell where his stories, his dialogue, his characters, and his language began. And, more than in any previous narration, King's energy and emotion radiate around his favorite subject, literature. At the end he relives a recent bone-crushing accident, precipitated by a character right out of one of his own novels. The author/patient recounts his discovery that his passionate mania for writing helps mend both bones and heart. J.A.H. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 01]
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