By Stephen King
Bestselling writer Thad Beaumont wish to say he has not anything to do with the evil that has dedicated a sequence of enormous murders. yet he can't. He created it.
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One minute there was the usual music and talking, the next nothing but silence. Not even static. Just silence. I tried to tune in to a couple of other stations but I couldn’t get anything. Like an idiot I kept driving and trying to sort out the radio at the same time. I only had one eye on the road, and the sun kept flashing through the tops of the trees. The sky was clear and blue and the morning sun was huge and blinding. I wanted to get back home so I kept my foot down. I didn’t see the bend in the road until I was half way round and I didn’t see the other car until it was almost too late.
Didn’t matter what went wrong or when, he always got us out. He knew the maintenance contract better than I did. I was six miles short of Northwich when I first realised that something was wrong. I’d stopped at the services to get a cup of coffee and something to eat and I was just coming off the motorway when the radio started playing up. Nothing unusual about that - the electric’s in the van had a mind of their own - but this was different. One minute there was the usual music and talking, the next nothing but silence.
He knew that Emma couldn’t answer, but it helped just to have asked. She shrugged her shoulders. ’ ‘But how could it have killed so many people? ’ ‘Don’t know,’ she said again. ‘Christ, I watched thirty kids die in just a couple of minutes, how on earth could anything…’ She was staring at him. He stopped talking. ‘Sorry,’ he mumbled. ‘It’s okay,’ she sighed. Another awkward, pregnant pause followed. ’ Michael eventually asked. Emma nodded. ’ ‘I’m freezing. I tell you there are holes in the walls of this place.
The Dark Half by Stephen King