STEPHEN KING

Well I have decided this is also worthy of a page.

I read quite a few Stephen King books years ago and have not read “properly” for years but decided after picking one up I should.  Then its turned into one of my “complete set” things.  I have therefore decided to start with his first book and work my way through to the last.  Yes I know its going to take a long time. I have made a start and the progress will be updated below.

Title

Read

Carrie

2011

Salems Lot

2011

Rage

2010

The Shining

2010

Night Shift

2010

The Stand

2011

The Long Walk

2010

Dead Zone

2012

Firestarter  2012
Roadwork

2010

Cujo  2012
Danse Macabre  2012
TheDarkTowerI: Gunslinger  2012
The Running Man

2010

Different Seasons  2012
Creepshow
Christine 2012
Pet Semetary  2012
Cycle of the Werewolf  2012
The Talisman 2013
Thinner  2013
Skeleton Crew  2013
It  reading
The Eyes of the Dragon
TheDarkTowerII The Drawing of Three
Misery
The Tommyknockers
Nightmares in the Sky
The Dark Half
Four Past Midnight
Needful Things
TheDarkTowerIII The Waste Lands
Geralds Game
Dolores Claiborne
Nightmares and Dreamscapes
Insomnia
Rose Madder
The Green Mile
Desperation
The Regulators
TheDarkTowerIV Wizard and Glass
Bag of Bones
The Girl who loved Tom Gordon
Hearts in Atlantis
The Plant
On Writing
Secret Windows
Dream Catcher
Black House
From a Buick 8
Everything is Eventual
TheDarkTowerV Wolves of Calla
TheDarkTowerVI Song of Susannah
TheDarkTowerVII TheDarkTower
Faithful
TheColoradoKid
Cell
Liseys Story
The Secret of Dreams Volume I
Blaze
Duma Key
Just After Sunset
Stephen King goes to the movies
UR
Under the Dome
Blockade Billy
Full Stars no Dark
The Secretary of Dreams (Volume Two)
Mile 81
11/22/63
The Wind Through The Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel

One thought on “STEPHEN KING

  1. ‘Under the Dome’ was the first book I ever read by Stephen King, and I’ve been a little disappointed by everything else since. His books are always full of wonderful inventive twists and turns of plot, but I haven’t come across anything with the insight into characters that ‘Under the Dome’ has. Can you let us know how you are getting on with ‘the Talisman’? I made the mistake of reading most of the second volume of it before realising there was a first part.

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