From bestselling storyteller Orson Scott Card comes a collection of eleven chilling tales that provoke the dreaded dark side of the listener's imagination. "e;Eumenides in the Fourth Floor Lavatory"e;A sinful man finally faces his conscience in the form of a babylike creature that haunts his waking hours. "e;Quietus"e;Dying can be a difficult thing to come to terms with. "e;Deep Breathing Exercises"e;A man realizes that people who breathe together die together. "e;Fat Farm"e;A wealthy, overweight man tries to escape his overeating problem by getting himself cloned and transfering his memories into the clone. "e;Closing the Timelid"e;Using a time travel machine, available only to the wealthy, a thrill-seeking playboy discovers a way to experience the excitement of death without actually dying. "e;Freeway Games"e;To pass the time, Stanley plays freeway "e;following"e; games, and each person he follows dies trying to escape him. But one day, he meets his match and the chase is on! "e;A Sepulchre of Songs"e;Having lost both her arms and legs in an accident, a girl begins talking with an alien from outer space. "e;Prior Restraint"e;If the Censorship Board takes an interest in your writing, take it as a compliment and do what they say ... or face the consequences. "e;The Changed Man and the King of Words"e;Joe develops a computer system based on literary references that can make frighteningly accurate character interpretations, then he submits his parents to the test. "e;Memories of My Head"e;A man writes a letter in his own blood shortly after blowing his head off with a shotgun. "e;Lost Boys"e;In the story that became the acclaimed horror novel, a child having trouble adjusting to a new town withdraws into a mysterious computer game where he meets imaginary friends.