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Jack Torrance Novel Posthumously Released

Novelist Jack Torrance, whose mysterious death outside the infamous Overlook Hotel in 1980 sent shockwaves through the writer/caretaker community, apparently had been working on a book when he died. His surviving widow, Wendy Torrance-Thnettlebaum, whom neighbors describe as “shrill and blubbery,” was not available for whiny comment.

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  1. Brizon says:

    Praise Kubrick.

  2. Raul Lezcano says:

    Hey, figured you might enjoy this video I put up for Halloween.


  3. Jimmy Eppely says:

    lmao. I would buy it. what a great book/movie.

  4. deathanysays says:

    i really feel like the syntax is lost in the Kerouacian style prose (obvs). i would have like to seen more structure here; more structure and less homicidal rage.

  5. Bunny says:

    In all seriousness…. I want a copy!

    Also, down with the wife…

    Loved the movie, never read the book. I hate people who do that, so I hate myself in turn. I guess I’ll be reading the book now.


  6. skunkbear says:

    Heeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrre’s Johnny!

  7. Deltus says:

    His wife never really supported his work, especially on this piece. Very avant garde. Great artist, such a tragic death.

  8. Patrick Benjamin says:

    That’s not funny. Writers’ block is no laughing matter.