Sara Foster, three months pregnant, has just been kidnapped from in front of an abortion clinic by a couple that can only be described as completely insane.
There you have it, the premise of Right to Life, a brutal and moving novella by Jack Ketchum. Right to Life has long been one of Stephen King’s must reads, and I can see why. No ghost, vampire, or werewolf was ever this terrifying. It’s simply not possible. What Sara Foster goes through in the course of 139 pages is nothing short of inhuman.
One read through this story will likely make you wonder what the hell is wrong with Jack Ketchum. How could he make something like this up? There’s the rub. Right to Life, though fictional, is based on true events.
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