In chronological order Kevin takes us through each and every one of the online publications based on King’s work that has been made. He also discusses the effect they have had on King’s career but also to the industry at large. And even though the chapbook is fairly short (48 pages) Kevin manages to give us a good look on each of the publications.
The only downside to the book is that it’s too short. It’s an appetizer that makes you want to know more about the games, it makes you want to see what the Mist game looked like. And what did George Stark look like in the games based on The Dark Half? Personally I’ve had the fortune to have seen (and even tried) most of what he is describing but still. There is more info to be found here. Personally I’d love to see Kevin expand this chapbook to a full sized book with pictures, instructions for the games, interviews with the people behind them and on and on.
But for now this will do. I enjoyed Wetware: On the Digital Frontline with Stephen King and actually read it in one sitting.