"LT's Theory of Pets"

Listen to a rare live recording of Stephen King reading from his new audio-only release, which picks up where "Pet Sematary" left off.

Published July 17, 2001 8:00AM (EDT)

Stephen King is the O. Henry Award-winning author of more than 30 books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. Among them are "Dreamcatcher," "Blood and Smoke," "Hearts in Atlantis," "The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon," "Bag of Bones," "The Stand," "The Green Mile" and the stories on which the Academy Award-nominated films "Carrie," "Stand By Me" and "The Shawshank Redemption" are based. He lives in Bangor, Maine, with his wife, novelist Tabitha King.

"LT'S Theory of Pets" features Stephen King, one of the most natural and tenacious storytellers of our time, delivering a bone-chilling horror story in a unique live recording, available only on audio.

This live recording was made at London's Royal Festival Hall. King says "'LT's Theory of Pets' picks up where 'Pet Sematary' leaves off; it continues my interest in the horror of the beloved pet. This story was particularly enjoyable for me since I was able to experience the reactions of my listeners firsthand."

Enjoy an excerpt from "LT's Theory of Pets," courtesy of Simon & Schuster Audio.

By Salon Staff

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