The Stand (Complete and Uncut) by Stephen King


Paperback. Conition: Good. 1991. The Complete & Uncut Edition. Signet. Stock Image.

Shelf wear and creases to spine. The old Chevy came out of the Texas dusk at near walking speed, a Pandora's box of nightmare and death. Up ahead the lights of Bill Hapscomb's Texaco station glimmered...the box was about to be opened...the dance of death about to begin.

But the survivors of the dance have learned to fear something much worse than death because the dark man is on his way. He is known as Randy Flagg, the Walkin Dude, the man with no face. He is a drifter with a hundred different names; he is the magic man; he is the living image of Satan, his hour come round again.

He has summoned the weak and corrupted to his side, and the rest have been warned: Sooner or later you will have to do battle for your lives and more than your lives. Sooner or later you will have to make your stand.

The Stand is a story of dark wonders and irresistible terror, an epic of final confrontation between Good and Evil.