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Mile 81: Includes bonus story 'The Dune' (2012. Auflage)

von Stephen King (Autor), Thomas Sadoski (Reader), Edward Herrmann (Reader)

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Young Pete Simmons just wanted to have some fun and explore when he stumbled onto the old abandoned rest stop at Mile 81 on the Maine turnpike. Instead, he discovers a scene of bloodshed and carnage. A car has pulled into the boarded-up service station, a run-down, muddy station wagon without any plates, and without a driver. As the car claims the lives of one would-be good Samaritan after another, Pete decides that it's up to him to stop the evil car before he becomes its next victim.… (mehr)
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Titel:Mile 81: Includes bonus story 'The Dune'
Autoren:Stephen King (Autor)
Weitere Autoren:Thomas Sadoski (Reader), Edward Herrmann (Reader)
Info:Simon & Schuster Audio (2012), Edition: Unabridged, 2 pages
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Great short story, fun listen. However, this one ended with no answers. Maybe, the kids in the story don't know anything more...but a hint would have been enchanting.. ( )
  buffalogr | Mar 21, 2015 |
10-year old Pete breaks away from his older brother, George, when George ditches him for his own friends. Pete goes down to the deserted roadside turnout, Mile 81, to snoop around the deserted area. While there, he falls asleep. Outside, an old muddy station wagon pulls up and the door opens... Others pull up to see if there's someone who needs help, but this turns out to be at their own peril.

This was really good. It's a short story, so it goes quickly and ends just as fast. I would have liked to know more at the end – what happens to the characters next? Other than that, though, I quite enjoyed it. ( )
  LibraryCin | Jul 5, 2014 |
I've not read any Stephen King in ages. I can take horror in occasional doses, so getting my hands on a short story (an audiobook, no less) by King was somewhat appealing. Mile 81 was an enjoyable enough read -- not incredibly scary, but just creepy enough to make the reader somewhat uncomfortable. I think this is one that you could read without getting nightmares.

The second, even shorter short story (The Dune) didn't read like horror at all, but it did pack a punch at the end, and that made it worth the read. ( )
  indygo88 | Oct 16, 2013 |
listened to it. hard to follow ( )
  mahallett | Jul 30, 2013 |
Mile 81 is a boarded up rest stop on Maine Highway. Pete Simmons lives in near it and he decides to go there when he has nothing better to do. He was not allowed to go hang out with his older brothers and his friends. So Pete decides to go to Mile 81 because that is what the big kids do. At the rest stop Pete finds a discarded bottle of vodka and after drinking it he falls asleep. Then a mud splattered station wagon shows up and wreaks havoc.

Mile 81 is part coming of age and part horror story. It reminds me of Christine and Stand By Me. I thought that Mile 81 was a bit lengthy and dragged in parts. When car after car came to the rest stop it got really boring for me. It was just an OK read for me. ( )
  pixiedark | Jul 23, 2013 |
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Sadoski, ThomasErzählerCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
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ISBN 1442349131 is audiobook with bonus story The Dune and excerpt of 11/22/63.
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Young Pete Simmons just wanted to have some fun and explore when he stumbled onto the old abandoned rest stop at Mile 81 on the Maine turnpike. Instead, he discovers a scene of bloodshed and carnage. A car has pulled into the boarded-up service station, a run-down, muddy station wagon without any plates, and without a driver. As the car claims the lives of one would-be good Samaritan after another, Pete decides that it's up to him to stop the evil car before he becomes its next victim.

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