The Stand and then the Talisman
- I have read the Dark tower series three times, I like them all, greatest writer ever in my opinion
- —Guest John
- I read my first King book Salems Lot while on a camping trip. Needless to say I was so scared that I had to wake my husband up so he could come and walk back with me to our tent. He was not a happy camper. Since then I have read everything King writes except for the Dark Towers series. Hope he keeps writing.
- —Guest Tammy
- 11-23-63 surpassed evrything SK wrote and that is saying a lot. It's a masterpiece!!! Before that my favorites were "Under the Dome" The Dead Zone, The Shining, Misery, Salem's Lot - I can go on and on. Love SK.
- —Guest Jennifer white
- A terse page turner that made me want to read more from this author. The details and story were fantastic. Movie... Notsomuch
- —Guest Red
- WOW, again I'm blown away by Stephen king, this book rocks, every time I feel I need more info it's in the next sentence, he is always one step ahead of me! fantastic! can't wait for the movie, it would be a crime if there wasn't one, thank you Stephen King!!! always a fan.
- —Guest donald rebsom
- Read almost all of his books. Read The Stand 4 times. Also The Dark Tower Series is great. But then they all are.
- —Guest Mr Blue
- misery was the most recent stephen king book i read and I have to say it was pretty graphic but that's what i look forward to in a book
- —Guest alexander
- It was the greatest thing I had ever read.
Although it wasn't listed as christian fiction,
it definetely was;it didn't dance around post-apoc subjects like demonic beings,
rape,and other things that christian fiction doesn't get too deeply into. Mother Abigail...I could identify with her as a fellow Christian and loved her. The Extended and Uncut Edition is, by far, Kings best individual work(so as not to insult the Dark Tower series;I love these books,and the characters,especially Roland and Jake).
- —Guest Russeller
- Like the man said, it hooked me for a lifetime --also...
- —Guest Mary Ann Berg
- read this while at college, started reading when I went to bed and didn't go to college next day as I still hadn 't put the book down. Totally amazing. Where does he get his ideas from?
- —Guest Tracy
the stand (uncut)
- Read the stand maybe 20 or more times. Keeps me so intransed I loose sleep. Just can't put it down.
- —Guest susan byrd
Duma Key, The Talisman
- I'm 22 and have read 38 of King's many books. Duma Key was an amazing story to me, but the Talisman was a favorite too. Every one of his books I've read was an amazing experience, can't wait to read more!
- —Guest AshEl
- By far the best book written. It rings so true in the present. I can actually see this happening during our lifetime.
- —Guest 4612LP
Dreamcatcher and IT
- When i read IT, i had to keep reading since it was so captivating. Its the same with the Dreamcatcher since i couldn't put the book down, The Mist was also very good.
- —Guest Matt
- I have several favs...I've reread It so many times I had to get a new copy. Pet Semetary is the scariest for me, but also Salem's Lot...
- —Guest KLHirtle