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In this spine-chilling compilation, King takes listeners down a road less traveled (for good reason). With a great cast of narrators (including four stories read by Stephen King himself, these stories will keep you awake until daybreak. Enter a nightmarish mindscape of unrelenting horror and shocking revelations that could only come from the imagination of the greatest storyteller of our time. The stories included in Everything's Eventual are: Autopsy Room Four -read by Oliver Platt The Man in the Black Suit -read by John Cullum All That You Love Will Be Carried Away -read by Peter Gerety The Death of Jack Hamilton -read by Arliss Howard In the Deathroom -read by Stephen King The Little Sisters of Eluria -read by Boyd Gaines Everything's Eventual -read by Justin Long L.T.'s Theory of Pets -read by Stephen King The Road Virus Heads North -read by Jay O. Sanders Lunch at the Gotham Café -read by Stephen King That Feeling, You Can Only Say When It Is in French -read by Becky Ann Baker 1408 -read by Stephen King Riding the Bullet -read by Josh Hamilton Luckey Quarter -read by Judith IveyShow more
What if I were to TELL you that this is an all-true story, every word? You see, once there was a VERY REAL girl named Fern who found out that she'd been swapped at birth. This might disturb some people, but it made Fern happy because she'd never felt at home with her tragically dull parents, the Drudgers. Fern finds out about the mix-up when the Bone (er, her father) and his "son," Howard, show up at Fern's front door. Now both families decide to UNSWAP the kids for the summer, and Fern heads off with the Bone on a wild adventure into a world inhabited by the Miser, a sinister fellow; and the Great Realdo, a true hero, to name just two. This audio promises suspense! Intrigue! Mystery! Fairies fall out of books! Birds turn into dogs! Nuns turn into lampposts! So I have no idea why you're still lingering here. . . . Start reading!Show more
A note from N. E. Bode: As you may know, my insanely jealous creative writing teacher is after me. And while I narrowly avoid attempts on my life, I'm writing these new adventures of Fern and Howard. They are on their way to Camp Happy Sunshine Good Times, a camp for young Anybodies. But camp doesn't turn out to be what they expected. First there are the Anybodies who rule as counselors: some have gills, some have beaks! There's a vicious mole attacking campers! And why is it that every time Fern shakes a book, a bottle plops out with an urgent message from the Nobodies? Who are the Nobodies, and what do they want from Fern? This audio promises weird surprises! Multiple jujitsu-like plot twists! A girl whose braids turn into snakes!Show more
Everything's Eventual features Dinky Earnshaw-a nineteen-year-old pizza boy-who gets hired by a mysterious stranger for a unique and totally "eventual" (awesome) job. Read by Justin Long. Autopsy Room Four - The last thing Howard Cottrell remembers is entering the woods to find his golf ball. He wakes up as he is being rolled into an autopsy room. Read by Oliver Platt. In The Little Sisters of Eluria Roland is a gunslinger in a deserted town when he gets ambushed. Read by Boyd Gaines. In Luckey Quarter Darlene is a single mom struggling to raise two kids on her income as a chambermaid in Reno. When Room 322 leaves her a quarter for a tip, Darlene lets that quarter take her for a ride. Read by Judith Ivey. The Road Virus Heads North tracks an author who buys a creepy painting at a yard sale, which was painted by a metal-head neighbor just before he committed suicide. Read by Jay O. Sanders. Intense, eerie, and instantly compelling, these five stories announce the stunningly fertile imagination of perhaps the greatest storyteller of our time.Show more