Guide to reading Stephen King by Insatiable Book Sluts :) ...I've never read ANY of his books, maybe this will give me a good idea of where to start!

The Insatiable Booksluts Guide to Reading Stephen King (or, where to start if you're new

stephen king books | Posted on September 9, 2010 by Teresa

Misery

Misery by Stephen King. I read this when I was 8 years-old and on a Stephen King binge. My favourite Stephen King novel.

Stayed up a whole weekend, 48 hours straight, reading it. Scared me so bad I couldn't do laundry cause the washer/dryer was in the basement..along with a floor drain!

Which Stephen King Book Are You?

"I'd just moved into my first home, a minuscule studio apartment, when I read Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot. I lay curled in a tight ball in my bed, terrified there'd be a rap at the window (on the seventh floor), and I would combust. I'm afraid I can get completely wrapped up in stories and lose track of reality." — Louise Penny, author of The Long Way Home

What Books Scared the Pants Off Me

"I'd just moved into my first home, a minuscule studio apartment, when I read Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot. I lay curled in a tight ball in my bed, terrified there'd be a rap at the window (on the seventh floor), and I would combust. I'm afraid I can get c

In my late teens and early 20's I ready so many Stephen King book.. This is one of my Favorites!

Stephen King's The Tommyknockers - 1987 - Hardcover - First Print - Red title

“As soon as you have a child, you see your own tombstone”   ― Stephen King, Christine

❣❣❣❣❣ Christine - Stephen King “As soon as you have a child, you see your own tombstone” ― Stephen King, Christine

One of the first I snagged off the shelf (at the age of 7 or so) to read when mom wasn't looking...And people wonder why I am the way I am...LOL

Stephen King - Skeleton Crew This anthology contains, in my opinion, the two best novellas/short stories that he has ever written - The Mist, and The Raft.

Things That Go Bump in the Night - A Review

Things That Go Bump In The Night

Stephen King, The Shining - one of the few Stephen King books I didn't read as an adolescent

Doctor+Sleep

Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep A Novel (Book) : King, Stephen : The now middle-aged Dan Torrance (the boy protagonist of The Shining) must save a very special twelve-year-old girl from a tribe of murderous paranormals.

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The 50 Scariest Books of All Time

The 50 Scariest Books of All Time - Halloween's coming so get yourself suitably scared with these classic and modern horror stories

Carrie. Not bad at all, but gosh I wonder how it would be to read this without already knowing the ending.

Summer Reading List: Books to Read Before They Hit the Big Screen

Carrie by Stephen King: What it's about: Stephen King's classic horror novel tells the story of Carrie, a shy high school student with telekinetic powers who gets revenge after she's pranked by cruel classmates.

Halfway through this book (listening to the unabridged audio book through Audible.com. Excellent read/listen.

11/22/63 by Stephen King

Awesome book, and I'm not that much of a Stephen King fan! But I was a JFK fan! Wrote about him in college, JFK that is.

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