Stephen King It’s been a success for a long time, but the past five or six years have been especially good for the prolific author.His many high-profile bestsellers have become big budget adjustment For TV and movies of his most popular works, not to mention the many books he still regularly publishes. If you find yourself thinking you need a new king to read, you might be happy to hear he’s working on a new novella.
Bloody Disgusting ‘Losers Club’ Podcast Invite Kim as a guest on this week’s episodethe author revealed that he is writing a sequel to his psychological horror novel, who While he doesn’t reveal much about the novella, let alone the connection to its apparent predecessor, he did reveal its title Rattlesnake. Describe it as “a long story”. Just to give a little introduction to what’s in the story, he describes it as “a long story” and describes one of the scenes. “It involved at some point, Four-year-old twins fell into rattlesnake pits,” he said.Snake got them. It’s a scary scene. “It’s not surprising to hear this, because Putting a child at risk is just a big deal.
who Released in 1981, it tells the story of the titular Saint Bernard, who becomes pure evil after contracting rabies after being bitten by a rat.dog The rest of the book terrorizes his family, the Trentonian who is divorcing, and eventually gets the attention of his former owner, Cambers. The book was critically acclaimed at the time, though criticized for its rather bleak ending. When it was adapted into a cult classic in 1983 starring Dee Wallace and Danny Pintauro, the ending became less depressing. The film was announced for a remake in 2015, but nothing has come of it since.
Currently, rattlesnake There is no publish window.But King’s next work, a dark fantasy novel fairy tale, It will be released on September 6.
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