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 From a Buick Eight


titre de la traduction de

From a Buick 8

est sorti aux éditions Albin Michel

le 5 Février 2004

note de lecture

édition en tirage limité de Cemetery Dance

From a Buick Eight


est paru aux US et UK en septembre 2002


Pour lire un extrait.

Hardcover, $28
ISBN: 0-743-21137-5

Simon & Schuster Audioworks, Audio CD, $49.95, ISBN: 0-743-52096-3

Simon & Schuster Audioworks, Audio Cassette, $49.95, ISBN: 0-743-52095-5


Info donnée par kaktus <kaktus@mcnet.ch> 23/3/02

From a Buick 8 est sorti en Allemagne ! Tu peux en avoir un aperçu sur le site de la maison d'édition ici :


Cemetery Dance ed. ont réalisé une édition en tirage limitée de From a Buick Eight.


King vient de terminer son roman, du nom de la chanson de Bob Dylan. Il aurait plus de 400 pages.

D'après son agent littéraire Chuck Veril, un passage décrit un accident semblable à celui de King, le livre devrait parler d'une personne qui se fait renverser par une voiture sur le bord de la route. La diffusion est prévue pour 2002.

King's agent, Chuck Veril, said the following about the book:

"A car striking a person on the side of the road is part of King's newly completed manuscript, tentatively titled "From A Buick Eight". The book is not under contract, so no release date is set. There's a reference early on to a patrolman stopping a car on the side of the road. "When he approaches the car, he is hit by a passing car.'' Du The Bangor Daily News (June 22, 1999)

Informations en provenance des USA.

September 13
According to
King's official site this book will be released in 2002.

August 14
It seams like King have changed the release plan for
Dreamcatcher and From A Buick Eight. All the info point to that Dreamcatcher will be released 2001 and From A Buick Eight 2002. This is probably because King need more time to do the research he needs for From A Buick Eight.

King est à Pittsburgh pour rechercher des informations sur la vie rurale pour son livre.
FROM A BUICK 8 is the title of a just completed manuscript by King. The irony is that in it a car hits one character...

(Aug 10) According to King expert Bev Vincent, this news item is in regards to From a Buick Eight. Pretty cool!

BUTLER, Pa. (AP) - Maybe there's nothing eerie about western Pennsylvania, but folks keep seeing Stephen King in a seafood restaurant around here.

Some residents of Butler and Lawrence counties spotted the horror author Sunday and Monday at a state police barracks and at a Red Lobster restaurant. Apparently, King visited the area, about 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, to research rural life for a new book.

Trooper Rob Lagoon said King toured the state police offices while keeping tightlipped about the story. The author did say it should be out in 2003 and would be set in an area like western Pennsylvania.

Tina Slupe, the general manager of the restaurant where King ate, said employees recognized King and asked for his autograph.

"He told them he would give the autograph and he wouldn't bite, but if 20 people approached him seeking an autograph, he would bite," Slupe said.

King, a resident of Maine, is the best selling author of "Misery," "Carrie," "The Shining", "Pet Sematary" and "The Green Mile" among others.


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