The Running Man

Author: Richard Bachman

Every night they tuned in to the nation’s favourite prime-time TV game show: The Running Man.They all watched, from the sprawling polluted slums to the security-obsessed enclaves of the rich. They all watched the ultimate live death game as the contestants tried to beat, not the clock, but annihilation at the hands of the Hunters. Survive thirty days and win the billion do….Read More

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