Firestarter by Stephen King

By Stephen King

Innocence and wonder ignite with evil and terror...

First, a guy and a lady are topics of a top-secret govt test designed to supply amazing psychic powers.

Then, they're married and feature a toddler. A daughter.

Early at the daughter exhibits indicators of a wild and frightening strength growing to be inside of her. Desperately, her mom and dad try and educate her to maintain that strength in money, to “act normal.”

Now the govt wishes its brainchild back—for its personal insane ends.

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If you’ll just pull up to—” “Sure I can,” the driver said. He showed the cop his ID. The airport cop looked at it, looked at the driver, looked back at the picture on the ID. “Oh,” he said. “I’m sorry, sir. ” “Nothing that affects airport security,” the driver said, “but maybe you can help. ” He handed the airport cop a picture of Andy, and then a fuzzy picture of Charlie. Her hair had been longer then. In the snap, it was braided into pigtails. Her mother had been alive then. “The girl’s a year or so older now,” the driver said.

A week later he had received a letter via campus mail telling him he had been accepted and asking for his signature on a release form. Please bring the signed form to Room 100, Jason Gearneigh Hall, on May the 6th. And here he was, release form passed in, the cigarette-shredding Wanless departed (and he did indeed look a bit like the mad doctor in that Cyclops movie), answering questions about his religious experiences along with eleven other undergrads. Did he have epilepsy? No. His father had died suddenly of a heart attack when Andy was eleven.

A knife in the back, a silenced pistol, quite possibly something more arcane—a drop of rare poison on the end of a needle. Convulsions at the corner of Third and Seventieth. Officer, this man appears to have suffered a heart attack. He would have to try for that tickle. There was just nothing else. They reached the waiting pedestrians at the comer. Across the way, DON’T WALK held steady and seemingly eternal. He looked back. The green car had stopped. The curbside doors opened and two men in business suits got out.

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