Includes four novellas: “Rita Hayworth and
Shawshank Redemption,” “Apt Pupil,” “The Body,”
and “The Breathing Method.”
Signet 512 pp. 978-0-451-16753-8 $8.99
Signet 352 pp. 978-0-451-16952-5 $7.99
The Dark Tower Series
The Plume editions contain illustrations
by Michael Whalen
The Dark Tower I
Revised and Expanded Throughout
Introduction and Foreword by the author
Plume 264pp. 978-0-452-28469-2 $18.00
Signet 336 pp. 978-0-451-21084-5 $8.99
THE DRAWING OF THE THREE
The Dark Tower II
Introduction by the author
Plume 432pp. 978-0-452-28470-8 $20.00
Signet 480 pp. 978-0-451-21085-2 $8.99
THE WASTE LANDS
The Dark Tower III
Introduction by the author
Plume 448pp. 978-0-452-28471-5 $21.00
Signet 608 pp. 978-0-451-21086-9 $8.99
WIZARD AND GLASS
The Dark Tower IV
Introduction by the author
Plume 720pp. 978-0-452-28472-2 $22.00
Signet 752 pp. 978-0-451-21087-6 $8.99
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THE ROAD TO THE DARK TOWER
Exploring Stephen King’s Magnum Opus
“This wonderful book opens doors to
Roland’s world that not even I knew existed.
NAL 368pp. 978-0-451-21304-4 $16.00
u THE DARK TOWER COMPANION
A Guide to Stephen King’s Epic Fantasy
Presents the mythology, history, and geography of the fantasy that has captivated
generations of readers.
NAL 304pp. 978-0-451-23799-6 $16.00
M. Jerry Weiss, editor
A TEACHER’S GUIDE TO SELECTED
HORROR SHORT STORIES
OF STEPHEN KING
The noted young adult literature specialist
offers direction to help the teacher use Stephen
King’s popular horror stories in the classroom.
This Free Teacher’s Guide is available at:
Christopher J. Koch
THE YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY
A compelling tale of romance amid the political turmoil of twentieth-century Indonesia. “A
richly and fully realized work of fiction...beau-tifully executed.”—Larry McMurtry.
Penguin 288pp. 978-0-14-006535-0 $15.00
R. M. Koster
u THE PRINCE
The acclaimed saga of scheming desire in a
mythical Latin American country. “Koster’s
creation of Tinieblas is a remarkable achievement.”— The New York Times Book Review.
Overlook 352pp. 978-1-4683-0117-5 $16.95
See page 155
“Powerful and painfully honest...Lamott’s
observations are pitch-perfect.”—The New York
Riverhead 336pp. 978-1-59448-504-6 $16.00
Also available: Blue Shoe 978-1-57322-342-3, Rosie 978-
THE SELECTED WORKS OF T.S. SPIVET
“Here is a book that does the impossible: it
combines Mark Twain, Thomas Pynchon, and
Little Miss Sunshine....A treasure.”—Stephen
King. “Illustrated with witty marginalia (
supposedly produced by its protagonist), it is also
steeped in poignancy, humor, and wisdom.”
Penguin 400pp. 978-0-14-311735-3 $16.00
u TREASURE ISLAND!!!
“Undeniable: insane, hilarious and irrever-ent....Levine is simultaneously politically
incorrect yet humane in this wild romp of a
modern farce.”—Alice Sebold.
Tonga/Europa 176pp. 978-1-60945-061-8 $15.00
THIRD AND INDIANA
“Lopez writes from the heart and the gut....A
gripping and moving story.”—Tim O’Brien.
On Philadelphia’s meanest streets, where drug
gangs rule absolutely, Ofelia Santoro tries to
save her fourteen-year-old son.
Penguin 320pp. 978-0-14-023945-4 $16.00
Also available: The Soloist, see page 146
STORIES FOR NIGHTTIME
And Some for the Day
“If Mother Goose and Philip K. Dick had a
love child, and Richard Brautigan raised him
in Watermelon Sugar, he might write stories
like Ben Loory.”—Jonathan Evison. “A wholly original universe of whimsy and pathos.”
—James P. Othmer.
Penguin 224pp. 978-0-14-311950-0 $15.00
u THE FACADES
“Sven Norberg’s quest, through his crumbling
and Lynchian Midwestern city, to learn about
his disappeared wife is a journey you will be
thrilled to have taken.”—Charles Bock, author
of Beautiful Children. “A bewitching labyrinth
of a book. Reminiscent of Nabokov at his most
playful and Borges at his most stimulating.”—
Seth Fried, author of The Great Frustration.
Overlook 272 pp. 978-1-46830-687-3 $25.95
u A MAP OF TULSA
“Masterly....Captivating.”— The New York Times
Book Review. “A memorable coming-of-age tale
about hometown ambivalence and finding a
place in the world.”—Los Angeles Times.
Penguin 224 pp. 978-0-14-242259-5 $15.00
u THE BORROWER
“A tale of the...power of children’s books...
tremendously entertaining.”—Financial Times.
“Reminds us that literature matters because
it helps us discover ourselves while exploring
the worlds of others.”—Chicago Tribune.
Penguin 336 pp. 978-0-14-312095-7 $15.00
YOU DESERVE NOTHING
“Maksik’s relentless engagement of ideas and
literature and the depiction of his characters
makes for one of the most engaged reads I’ve
had in years.”—Alice Sebold.
Tonga/Europa 336 pp. 978-1-60945-048-9 $15.00
“Imagines a postmodern dystopia that would
seem far-fetched if it didn’t seem so possible. The
Postmortal will make you regret ever wondering,
even secretly, what it would be like to live forever.”—Stefan Fatsis, author of Word Freak.
Penguin 320 pp. 978-0-14-311982-1 $15.00
Also available: Someone Could Get Hurt 978-1-592-
u RAGE IS BACK
A dramatic, hilarious thrill ride and a love
letter to New York that introduces the most
powerful urban underdog narrator this side of
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. “Flashing
bits of brilliance...Mansbach can write with
real talent, maybe crazy talent.”—The New York
Times Book Review. “Should rest in the pantheon of hip-hop classics.”—Chicago Tribune.
Plume 304 pp. 978-0-14-218048-8 $16.00