ROCKLIN, Calif. -- Amanda Wong had never read a Stephen King book until she joined a committee reviewing whether one should be banned from her high school's library.
Now, Wong is fighting to ensure "Different Seasons," a collection of King's short stories, remains on the shelves after a parent complained about a graphic rape scene in the short story "Apt Pupil."
"This opens a door to censoring other materials," Wong, 17, said Monday.
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