Elevation

Thursday, 25 October 2018, 4:25 | Fiction, Horror | 80 Views


• Author :Stephen King
• Pages :
144 Sheets
• ISBN-10 :
1982102314
• ISBN-13 :9781982102319
• Release :
October 30, 2018
• Publisher :
Scribner

⊕ Plot Summary : “The latest from legendary master storyteller writer King, a riveting, terribly eerie, and moving story a few man whose mysterious affliction brings atiny low city together—a timely, upbeat tale regarding finding basis despite constituted variations. though Scott Carey doesn’t look any totally different, he’s been steady losing weight. There area unit one or two of alternative odd things, too. He weighs identical in his garments and out of them, regardless of however significant they’re. Scott doesn’t need to be poked and prodded. He principally simply desires some other person to understand, and he trusts Doctor Bob Ellis.

In the community of chateau Rock, the setting of the many of King’s most picture stories, Scott is engaged in an exceedingly low grade—but escalating—battle with the lesbians adjacent whose dog often drops his business on Scott’s field. one amongst the ladies is friendly; the opposite, cold as ice. each try to launch a brand new edifice, however the individuals of chateau Rock need no a part of a gay family, and also the place is in hassle. once Scott finally understands the prejudices they face–including his own—he tries to assist. Unlikely alliances, the annual foot race, and also the mystery of Scott’s affliction bring out the simplest in those who have indulged the worst in themselves et al..”


⊗ Author Profile

“Born in 1947 in Portland, Maine, Stephen King is passionate about fantasy and science fiction. An unrepentant bulimic reader and moviegoer, a great admirer of Bloch, Matheson and Shirley Jackson, he floods the university’s magazine with reviews and essays and in 1965 published his first novel, I was a tomb-robbing teenager. It is destined a time for teaching, then the success of Carrie, adapted to the cinema by Brian de Palma, and Salem and Shining, adapted by Stanleu Kubrick, will decide otherwise. At the same time, writing under the pseudonym Richard Bachman, he becomes, under his own name, one of the most popular authors on the planet, a phenomenon that the adapted films of his work only amplify. A screenwriter, director, pioneer in Internet publishing, he now lives in Bangor, Maine with his wife Tabitha.”

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