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Pages: 373, Edition: 1st Tor Ed, Mass Market Paperback, Tor Books
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by Karaoke_James - written on 04/05/01, updated on 01/04/02 (Very useful, 183 readings)
I suspect that the majority of you reading this have not heard of the author Richard Matheson. Despite producing two of the best horror novels of the last century ('I am Legend' and 'The Shrinking man'), Matheson is still not as familiar a name as Stephen King or James Herbert. And yet you are probably more familiar with some of Matheson's work (or to be precise, products based upon his work) than you know. Have you seen Steven Spielberg's directorial debut 'Duel' about the gripping battle on the road between a travelling salesman and a truck driver? It is based on a Matheson short story. A more recent example is the 1998 film 'What ...
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by Brett Bligh - written on 20/08/00, updated on 20/08/00 (Very useful, 172 readings)
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