Running Man, The
  Running Man, The
Formats: CD
Release Date: April , 2010

From the Box:

"The importance of being Bachman was always the importance of finding a good voice and a valid point of view that were a little different from my own. . . .Bachman has been one way in which I have tried to refresh my craft, and to keep from being too comfy and well-padded."--From Stephen King's Introduction "The Importance of Being Bachman."

In the year 2025, the best men don't run for president--they run for their lives. . . .

Ben Richards is out of work and out of luck. His eighteen-month-old daughter is sick, and neither Ben nor his wife can afford to take her to the doctor. For a man from the poor side of town with no cash and no hope, there's only one thing to do: become a contestant on one of the Network's Games--shows on which you can win more money than you've ever dreamed of. . .or die trying. Now Ben's going prime time on the Network's highest-rated viewer-participation show. And he's about to become prey for the masses.

More Covers & Posters: 
 

 
There are no additional images for this Audiobook
 
 
comments powered by Disqus

 

You appear to be using Internet Explorer 7 or earlier. Please consider updating your browser at Microsoft's site, or trying a different browser such as Firefox, Opera or Chrome.

 

 
  The Library | The Author | News | Future Works | FAQ | Multimedia | Illustrated Publishing Tracker | The Dark Tower
Stephen King Merchandise | The Message Board | Gallery XIX | Miscellaneous
Press Biography & Information

Privacy Policy | Newsletter | Email the Webmaster | Report an Error/Typo in a Book | Send Feedback/Contact Us

Copyright © 2000 - 2014 Stephen King - All Rights Reserved.
Contents of this site including text and media may not be reproduced without prior written consent.
Audio and video elements of this site are property of their respective owners and are used with permission.