The Mist (Previously Published as a Novella in 'Skeleton Crew') by Stephen King Paperback Book


Rent The Mist (Previously Published as a Novella in 'Skeleton Crew')

Author: Stephen King

Format: Mass Market Paperback

Publisher: Signet Book

Published: Oct 2007

Genre: Fiction - Horror - General

Retail Price: $6.99

Pages: 240


The day after a strange and mysterious storm, the citizens of a small town find themselves besieged by throngs of strange, horrifying, and deadly creatures. Originally published as a novella in 'Skeleton Crew, The Mist' has been adapted for the big screen by Dimension Films and directed by Frank Darabont ('The Green Mile'), and is set for release on November 21. Original.

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BookLender review by Tammie on 2010-05-19 17:29:09

I loved this book alot it was creepy but it was scarey also