One of my great finds this weekend at my local library's enormous book sale was a first edition paperback copy of Stephen King's famous debut novel, Carrie. It's not in mint condition, but considering it's nearly 40 years old (Signet/New American Library April 1975) I'd say it looks pretty damn good. I also found a 3rd printing with the same cover, and a 3rd paperback print of the original Night Shift! (Images to come of course). I haven't read the book since I was in high school myself, but I may soon as there is another film adaptation in the works. This paperback-collecting gene in me has been expressing itself pretty ferociously recently; so I hope Carrie, and the 30 other books I bought at the sale, keeps it satisfied for some time.
Sunday Viewing:: The Mutilator (1985)
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