Everything's Eventual, 14 Dark Tales, Large Print Edition by Stephen King (2002-08-01) PDF
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Everything's Eventual, 14 Dark Tales, Large Print Edition By Stephen King (2002-08-01)


Publisher: Scribner; Book Club Edition edition (2002)
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“I was an avid Stephen King reader in high school, but I haven't really liked some of his later stuff. It seems like he gets really involved and I lose interest. I'm not trying to be insulting, it's just me, and obviously he's doing just fine without ...”