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History[ edit ] The the bachman books was released in after the publication of the first hardcover Bachman novel Thinner in order to introduce Bachman to fans who did not know about King's work under this pseudonym little of which was still in circulation at the time.

But not with the intention of killing them. Sure, he threatens it, but mostly he just wants to teach them a lesson of the bachman books.

Through the day, the kids learn things about each other, and themselves, culminating in some the bachman books taken out on another student. Charlie ends up in a mental hospital, and that's probably for the best.

I definitely wanted more information on what kind of world they were living in, how had this walk come about, what was going on with the Government, what and why was this The bachman books I can't imagine having to walk like this, endless, no stopping, no resting.

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I'd die for sure! I like how the boys handled it differently, and I liked how SK depicted the encroaching the bachman books. The only thing I didn't like was the ending. He made it to the end, his mind had been slipping, but mostly seemed to be holding in there, then the bachman books he finally reached the end and won, I guess it was too much for his mind to handle?

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I don't know, I didn't like how he just took off running. You won, you're done, lay down and rest, y'know?

Otherwise an excellent story. It may even be the new best in the collection. I the bachman books it was quite a good story, if a little slow in the beginning.


It's a day by day tale of a depressed guy, Barton Dawes, who the bachman books decides he can't take it anymore. By all outward appearances, he's the bachman books, good marriage with a pretty wife, nice house, a long-time job at an industrial laundry.

But the city has plans underway to build a freeway extension that will go right through his neighborhood, destroying his home, and the plant he works at.


So inside, sort of subconsciously, he's freaking out. He's supposed to be handling the deal on the new plant where his company will move to, and his wife thinks he's handling the finding of their the bachman books home as well.


He's the bachman books at the idea of over 20 years of memories being bulldozed and paved over, especially when he thinks of his son who passed away. He starts talking to himself, he spins a ton of lies, and eventually ends up losing his wife and job.

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In place of going to work, he begins traveling up and down the freeway every day, and even stops to pick up a hitchhiker one day. Four of Richard Bachman's eerie works are gathered here in a posthumous edition. They are Rage, a story of stunning the bachman books horror about an "estra" ordinary high school student; "The Long Walk," a contest with death; "Roadwork, a strange variation the bachman books the theme of "Home Sweet Home"; and "The Running Man," where you bet your life--literally.

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