UPDATE: No, not audio related, but still had to mention. My favorite politically incorrect satirical comedian Bill Maher is hosting a new show that is being streamed on Amazon. The "teaser episode" has an interview with the King himself.
*drool drool drool*
Gonna get me to a bookstore.....
From SFF Audio:
By Stephen King; Read by Campbell Scott
8 Cassettes or 12 CDs - 12.5 Hours [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio / Recorded Books
ISBN: 0743554329 (Cassette), 0743554337 (CD)
Themes: / Horror / Science Fiction / Apocalypse / Zombies/ Journey /
Survivors / Terrorism
There's a reason why cell rhymes with hell.
Stephen King's latest book is a return to form for this master of horror. In it, everyone with a cell phone goes stark raving mad after they receive some kind of pulse through their cell. The pulse, likely sent by terrorists, wipes the victims' minds clean. This story takes no time to get started. Within the first few minutes, you are drawn into this nightmare scenario, steeped in gore and horror.
The main character, Clayton Riddell, finds himself in Boston when the pulse drives the majority of people biting, scratching, and murderously mad. He is joined by a band of likable characters as they set off to get out of Boston. Meanwhile the victims of the pulse start behaving more like Zombies and start flocking together and evolving with even more unexpected behavior.
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