Stephen King Set To Publish Long-Awaited Follow-Up To “The Shining,” 36 Years After The Original

Stephen King Set To Publish Long-Awaited Follow-Up To “The Shining,” 36 Years After The Original
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Stephen King has announced the the sequel to his chilling 1977 classic horror story, The Shining, will be published on September 24th, 2013, 36 years after the original.


The long-awaited sequel, Doctor Sleep, depicts the story of Danny Torrance, the young boy who survived the horrific events that conspired at the Overlook Hotel.

The 64-year-old King, who has won countless awards, made the announcement via his website.

There is no word on whether the novel will be adapted in movie form.

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