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Name:Rage Stephen King as Richard Bachman Audiobook

Total Size: 67.65 MB

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01 of 25 - Rage (1 of 4).mp3 (Size: 67.65 MB) (Files: 6)

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 02 of 25 - Rage (2 of 4).mp3

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 03 of 25 - Rage (3 of 4).mp3

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 04 of 25 - Rage (4 of 4).mp3

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 Captain Elliot Spencer [READ NFO].nfo

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 Stephen King - Rage.rtf

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By Stephen King As Richard Bachman

Rage (originally titled Getting It On) is the first novel by Stephen King published under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. Though he began writing it in 1966, before his first published novel, Carrie (1974), it wasn't published until 1977.


In quiet Placerville, Maine, a slightly twisted boy named Charles Decker holds the 24 other students of his algebra class at gunpoint after shooting 2 teachers.
Abused by his father as a child, he describes the important parts of his life, and in the process, lets a lot of the students he holds hostage tell the rest of the class their "Dirty Secrets". As things progress, the students become more and more responsive to their captor, all except Ted Jones. The students get their own back, and play one last nasty trick on another student before being released unharmed.
But Charles is out of luck...

King decided to pull Rage out of print, forever. He is afraid its depiction of school violence will further 'glorify' such acts of aggression.

=> I have also included the ebook.



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