Book Reviews of Quitters, Inc

Quitters, Inc
Quitters Inc
Author: Stephen King, Eric Roberts
Audio Books swap for two (2) credits.
ISBN-13: 9780787112851
ISBN-10: 0787112852
Publication Date: 11/1996
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Audio Literature
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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reviewed Quitters, Inc on + 7 more book reviews
Good, spooky. Very short, but a great story.
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Read by Eric Roberts, Dick Morrison's life has become a nightmare of addictions, filling his days with overeating, overworking, and smoking way too much. When an old friend tells him about a surefire way to quit, he's more than willing to give it a shot. But what Dick doesn't know is that Quitters, Inc. demands a high price from anyone who strays from their rigid rules--like a few volts of electricity for the nearest and dearest...or maybe a missing thumb? Forced to choose between his desperate need for cigarettes and the dire consequences of giving in to his addiction, Dick must decide just how important another drag really is. Eric Roberts does a great job!
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Ever tried to quit smoking? Did you fall off the wagon or gain weight when you did? Well Stephen King has found an almost sure fired way to quit. All you have to do is go to Quitters, Inc. In this story, Dick is a heavy smoker. He comes across an old friend who was a smoker as well. As they are chatting, Dick finds out that his friend has quit smoking, lost weight and feels better than ever by going to this place called Quitters, Inc. After much contiplating, Dick finally decides to go. To his surprise though, he is in for more than he bargained for. He finds out that he has to quit smoking cold turkey and if he doesn't the consequences could be horrific. It's not like they are going to hurt him but they will torture his wife and then his son instead. Not only does he have to quit smoking but he has to keep his weight down and keep in good shape. Are they just bluffing? Can he make it or will his family endure the pain for his habit?
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Short little Stephen King story. No need to say more.