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The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon  by Stephen King - POP-UP BOOK - 1999 - from Hume's Chair and

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

by Stephen King

Condition: Fine

King, Stephen. Abrahams, Peter (Text Adaptation), Dingman, Alan (Illustrator), Mocrbeck, Kees (Paper engineering): THE GIRL WHO LOVED TOM GORDON. POP-UP BOOK. Little Simons Publisher, New York, 1999, stated first edition, hardback pop-up book. 14 pages, illustrated with multiple pop-ups and fold outs on each page. Fine. Book is clean, neat, and bright; no markings or tears.

In this novel from Stephen King, we meet Trisha McFarland, a plucky 9-year-old girl who gets lost while hiking with her brother and mom. We follow her as she goes from just a little nervous to terrified, running out of food and water, and aware of something dark tracking her through the woods. Rather different from his normal works, the focus of The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon is not on supernatural elements, but more on the psychological battle to survive.  


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