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Published in , The Stand is the fourth and longest novel King published. Depending upon the edition of the novel, the events of The Stand occur in either —, —, or — At a remote U. Army base, a weaponized strain of influenza known as "Project Blue" is accidentally released inside a secret underground laboratory. Charles Campion, a soldier charged with security, manages to escape from the building because the doors do not seal when the light goes red. He escapes the base by car with his wife and child. By the time the Army tracks Campion down to the East Texas town of Arnette and establishes a cordon sanitaire around it, he, as patient zero , and his wife and daughter have already died of the Project Blue virus and spread it to numerous others beyond the cordon.
Published July 3rd by Lyons Press first published January 1st Some of the things that Domingo describes as perfectly normal in his childhood left my jaw on the floor, criminologists. In the audiobook version of Kingd to Strangers, much as I felt reading Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, January 17. Frid.
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