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Bachmanbooks
The Bachman Books
is a collection of the first four novels written by Stephen King under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman.

The book was relased by NAL on 4 October 1985.

Contents

  1. Rage
  2. The Long Walk
  3. Roadwork
  4. The Running Man

1996 edition

A new edition of The Bachman Books, including a new introduction titled "The Importance of Being Bachman," was released 24 September 1996 in conjuction with the publication of the Bachman "trunk-novel" The Regulators.


Editions

The US editions of this collection and the novel Rage were allowed to go out of print by the author and publisher because of the Heath High School shooting—a school shooting incident involving Michael Carneal. The remaining three novels are still in print and are published as separate books.

The Bachman Books is still in print in the United Kingdom although it no longer contains Rage. In a footnote to the preface of the more recent Bachman book Blaze (dated 30 January 2007) King wrote of Rage: "Now out of print, and a good thing."

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