Fan submitted reviews of Aftermath, The (Unpublished Work):|
Posted By: Zephry - December 11th, 2011 7:24:51 am EST
I just read, for the first time, "the doorway", the idea of your version of the aftermath intrigues me. Can't wait! Researched biblical versions of "doorway". Not so much in line w/- ur version of a "doorway". Diggin urs!
Posted By: Terr - December 2nd, 2011 6:01:28 pm EST
i have almost all your bookes i reily like the way tell them i have to ask why the dark tower i dont like the store line it s wean are a little to bizarre
Posted By: Timewarp01 - August 5th, 2010 1:19:26 am EDT
According to Steven Spignesi's book "The Lost Work of Stephen King," this is a very Bachman-esque book in which a young survivor of a nuclear war (named Larry Talman) goes up against the Sun Corps, a dictator paramilitary organization with an omniscient computer, DRAC (Digital Relay Analogue Computer). After destroying it and losing his girlfriend Reina Durell, Talman discovers that the Sun Corps is actually a front for alien intruders from the planet Deneb IV (not Altair-4 this time), who want to take over Earth in it's time of weakness. This was King's first full-length novel, written in high school. Unfortunately, King probably will never publish it.
Posted By: Phyl - January 21st, 2010 8:05:12 am EST
The Aftermath - synopsis. Well there is no plot synopsis, perhaps the aftermath will be like that... absolutely nothingness. Cheers!
Posted By: GrannyRita - October 13th, 2008 10:31:40 am EDT
This novel will be another mega hit for Mr.King. The title says it all doesn't it. The story lines leave much to the imagination of the reader. I find most books scare me a hell of alot more then movies, my imagination can run wild. Chapter 14 I found to be especially guesome with the spiders in the baby food. Again, great work! Your tongue in cheek fan Granny