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Under The Dome by  Stephen King - 1st Edition - 2009 - from Marvin Minkler Modern First Editions and Biblio.com

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Under The Dome

by King, Stephen

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


New York: Scribner, 2009. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. First Scribner Hardcover Edition, November 2009/First Printing. Hardcover in unclipped dustjacket. Huge at 1,074 pages. A King thriller that was the basis for the hit television series. Some light edge and surface wear to the dustjacket otherwise a very good dustjacket over a very good and solid book. No interior writing or marks. Ships in well-padded box. .

The town of Chester's Mill, Maine, is suddenly covered by a dome, an invisible force field on a normal, autumn day. A small team of honorable townspeople stand up to try to figure out what is happening, and why, only to draw the attention of Big Jim Rennie, a loud-mouthed town politician. Is the dome truly the largest threat facing the town?




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On May 31 2011, West of Eden Books said:
  "Stephen King fans will love this book. The size, over a thousand pages, won't daunt anyone who read "The Stand" or "It". It's King at his best; a Maine town full of interesting characters, both good and bad; a fight between evil and good; tales of corruption and insanity.The premise is simple- what happens if a small town is suddenly submerged under an impregnable dome? The slow realization of what it means as the townspeople struggle for supplies, power and ultimately for air, makes for a great read. The interaction of the characters is what makes it a great King book."

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