After midnight, something happens to time, that fragile concept we use to order our sense of reality. It bends stretches, turns back, or snaps, and sometimes reality snaps with it. And what happens to the observer when the window between reality and unreality shatters?
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STEPHEN KING is a prolific and perennially bestselling author and an recognized master of the horror genre. He was the 2003 recipient of The National Book Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.From Publishers Weekly:
When first confronted by John Shooter, famous novelist Mort Rainey sees him as nothing more than an avid, albeit slightly eccentric, fan. However, Shooter's accusation of plagiarism and his overbearing attitude of malevolence send Rainey scattering to prove his innocence. As Rainey's evidence disappears, his sanity and safety go along with it, and soon he is approaching a reckoning with the determined Shooter. Besides a few audible page turns, James Woods offers a compelling reading, eliciting the stress and anxiety building up in Rainey as he comes unraveled. There's a slightly whiny pitch to Woods's voice that also makes him a good match for Rainey. This 1991 recording (of a novella taken from King's Four Past Midnight) is making its belated debut on CD after 17 years, and throughout it has the recognizable light background hiss of an older recording.
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Book Description Penguin Audiobooks, 1994. Hörkassette. Book Condition: Gut. Nichtraucherhaushalt! CD2204 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 281. Bookseller Inventory # 159501