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Patient Case Study: “N.” Subject initially complained of insomnia, stating that standard pharma was not having any effect. I will prescribe him something stronger. Subject is also open and frank about obsessive-compulsive tendencies, most notably; he has a habit of counting, and speaks of “good” and “bad” numbers. Traces symptoms back to visit of certain field in rural Maine with a rock formation that changes in number. Calls it a “faded place” where he could “tear through the fabric of reality.” Also recalls a “grinning figure trapped within the stones.” Suggests strong bouts of delusion. Prognosis: stronger sedative, intensive continued therapy. DON’T MISS THE NEXT EXCITING CHAPTER IN THIS LANDMARK COMIC-BOOK EVENT. FROM THE MIND OF STEPHEN KING, ADAPTED BY MARK GUGGENHEIM AND ALEX MALEEV, “N.” WILL HAVE YOUR PULSE RACING!







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Stephen King's N. - Part 2. 0

 In the second part of Stephen King's N. quartet, the story starts off with Miss Acker, buying a length of chain. As she walks to town she thinks about how much has changed, it seems that she hasn't been there for quite some time. We then go back to N. and his and Miss Acker's thoughts alternate, which works really well for this part. Yet again, when you finish the story and read it's shocking conclusion you'll be left wanting more! I liked the idea of adding a new character into the mix instead...

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