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Interactive cover for Stephen King's Doctor Sleep

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Anticipation for Doctor Sleep, Stephen King's sequel to The Shining, is sky high and while we count the months until release, a new interactive cover has been released.

If you click on the various buttons below, you can find out more about the book, including an extract. It also gives us our first look at the cover design, which references an early influence for the original book. King spoke of a cat who could predict the deaths of terminally ill patients by sitting on their beds.

Doctor Sleep will be released on September 24

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