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    Quote Originally Posted by aintshesweet View Post
    Ms. Mod, do you know if Joyland will be available in an e-book medium, or just paperback? Thanks
    For the moment, just paperback and audiobook formats are planned. I don't have any information about an e-book release yet.


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    The ARC is 286 pages.

    John

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    Shorter than a lot of Stephen's novels but typical for the genre.


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    does that mean jchanic has raided this lost arc ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by AchtungBaby View Post
    I've been thinking the same thing! I like all the excitement for this one and Dr. Sleep! I can't wait for both of 'em. They're gonna be great!!
    I totally agree. Very exicted for both upcoming releases!

    I am so fortunate (as we all are) that SK is still putting out quality work after ALL these years, and age has not slowed the man down at all. In fact, I think some of his more "recent stuff" is some of his best. 11/22/63 is one of my all-time top favorite SK books... ever. Usually, with musicians, writers, and other artists, the quality of their work diminishes over time. I mean, a Rolling Stones album in 2013 is probably going to be nothing to write home about. But a SK novel in 2013? Ah, it will be just as good if not better than the ld stuff".

    And I have no qualms with Joyland if it's shoter than normal. Afterall, one of my favorite stories by SK is The Boogeyman and that's like... what, 12 pages long? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by guido tkp View Post
    does that mean jchanic has raided this lost arc ???
    Yes!

    John

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    Just ordered it too.
    And been much too lazy today.

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    Looking forward to this novel, I bet Steve is a gem at crime writing. Anything to outsell Martina Cole or David Baldacci.

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    jchanic....

    so..... ...or...

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    John

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