Storm of the Century: An Original Screenplay by Stephen King Paperback Book


Rent Storm of the Century: An Original Screenplay

Author: Stephen King

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Pocket Books

Published: Feb 1999

Genre: Fiction - Horror - General

Retail Price: $18.00

Pages: 352


Complemented by an author introduction and an eight-page photo insert, the original screenplay for a six-hour television miniseries follows the residents of Little Tall Island as they prepare to cope with both a dangerous storm and an unseen, mysteriously evil force. Original. TV tie-in.

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