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The Green Mile: The Complete Serial Novel PDF book (The Green Mile) (The Green Mile Series) Read Online or Free Download in ePUB, PDF or MOBI eBooks. Published in August 29th 1996 the book become immediate popular and critical acclaim in horror, fiction books.
The main characters of The Green Mile: The Complete Serial Novel novel are John Coffey, Paul Edgecomb. The book has been awarded with Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel (1996), Audie Award for Fiction, Unabridged (1997) and many others.
One of the Best Works of Stephen King. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 448 pages and is available in ebook format for offline reading.
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The Green Mile: The Complete Serial Novel PDF Details
|Original Title:||The Green Mile: The Complete Serial Novel|
|Number Of Pages:||448 pages|
|First Published in:||August 29th 1996|
|Latest Edition:||May 11th 2010|
|Series:||The Green Mile #1-6|
|Awards:||Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel (1996), Audie Award for Fiction, Unabridged (1997)|
|Generes:||Horror, Fiction, Fantasy, Thriller, Mystery, Fantasy, Supernatural, Mystery, Crime, Fantasy, Paranormal, Novels, Drama,|
|Main Characters:||John Coffey, Paul Edgecomb, Percy Wetmore, Brutus Howell, American Law Enforcement|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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|The Green Mile, Part 6: Coffey on the Mile|
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BY RALPH VICINANZA
WEDNESDAY NIGHT . . . early September . . . the end of a long, late summer day. My assistants had just left the office when the fax machine went off. I figured it must be the NYT bestseller list, since publishers get the list ten days before it runs in the paper and Signet would be sending over a copy. Each week since the first monthly installment of The Green Mile was published in March ’96 had been thrilling. But this could be it . . . a singular achievement. And there it was: six titles on the paperback bestseller list, including the last title, Coffey on the Mile, at #1 for that week of September 15. While any new Stephen King work of fiction does well, I hadn’t really expected The Green Mile to be the success it turned out to be. There were serious risks involved. But there it was . . . a huge accomplishment and a new first for Stephen King.
First-time achievements have been the hallmark of Steve’s career. Still, when I met Steve in 1978, I had to grapple with disappearing translation markets for his novels. While Steve’s sales were growing to phenomenal levels here in the United States and even in the United Kingdom, the initial reaction to his work in translation was lackluster, and sales were diminishing. His U.S. agent at the time approached me with the idea of handling his authors in the overseas territories. Steve had voiced his concern that Doubleday, had controlled the King novels overseas, hadn’t been able to build any of these markets and that sales were faltering. My strategy was fairly simple. The European hardcover was the domain of the self-appointed literati, and many of these readers would have a bias against a commercial novelist like King. Also, the very expensive hardcover (close to $35 in many European markets back in ’80) would be a burden for typical King readers, most of them in their twenties. Over the course of the next few years, I resold rights to have Steve’s novels reissued in handsome paperback editions that we sold at relatively inexpensive prices. We grew the markets carefully and steadily. By the time It was released in the mid-’80s, King was a household name throughout most of Europe. When King’s German publisher released the book in a larger trade paperback edition retailing for about $20, the book sold an unprecedented 700,000 copies. Normal hardcover sales for a German best-seller were a