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Under The Dome HC
[KingUndTheDomeHC]
$27.95

UNDER THE DOME.

by Stephen King.

FREE BOOK COVER WITH EACH COPY!

OVERVIEW:

Until we get the official write up from Scribner press, here is some information on the book from Stephen Kings official site, with an answer from Stephen King himslef:

QUESTION: In his book The Art of Darkness, Douglas Winter quotes King as saying "I worked on a book called The Cannibals–I had started it five years before, but it was called Under the Dome then. It didnt get finished either time." So according to this quote The Cannibals and Under the Dome are the same book, or more precisely two attempts to write the same story. However SKs comments in the introduction to Blaze suggest that these are two different books. Could you please clarify this, Ms. Mod?

MR. KINGS RESPONSE: Those stories were two very different attempts to utilize the same idea, which concerns itself with how people behave when they are cut off from the society theyve always belonged to. Also, my memory of THE CANNIBALS is that it, like NEEDFUL THINGS, was a kind of social comedy. The new UNDER THE DOME is played dead straight.

You can also see Mr. King reading from UNDER THE SOME in the DVD we have in stock called DISCUSSIONS ON WRITING here at the Overlook.

This is reportedly going to be one of Stephen Kings longest novels ever published and a heavy book, so shipping is slightly higher than usual.

Under The Dome Special Slipcase is also available here at the Overlook Bookstore. KIngUndDm~

2009 Scribner hardcover, new/new and Sealed in an acid-free protective book cover upon receipt here and then sealed in plastic for complete archival protection.

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