Billed as "Mile 81" meets "N., In the Tall Grass" is a terrifying blast of short fiction from the minds of two of horror fiction's titanic talents. When a brother and sister pull their car to the side of the road after hearing a young boy call for help, they soon find themselves lost in the deceptively dense roadside grass - where the ultimate in fear awaits.
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by Stephen King
by Sandra Brown
by Stephen Tobolowsky
by Stephen Fry
by Stephen Prothero
by Stephen Mitchell
by Professor Stephen Mathis
by Justice Stephen Breyer
"Stephen King and son Joe Hill collaborate to create a creepily grotesque short story that will leave listeners recoiling in horror. Starting with the lead-in music, it's a thriller through and through, and narrator Stephen Lang perfectly sets the stage with deliberate intensity and ghoulish inflection. A brother and sister pull over on a deserted stretch of highway upon hearing a child call for help from the tall grass. What ensues is part classic horror (getting lost in a changing landscape of tall grass) and part classic King (shock, terror, and gore). Lang's dramatic undertones create an atmosphere of suspense that permeates throughout. E.A.B. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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