by Stephen King
Paperback, 402 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $6.99 |
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After more than four years in a coma, teacher Johnny Smith awakens with a terrible knowledge of the death zone and an ability to see the future, a horrible power that he does not want and cannot escape. Reissue.
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