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Leonard Hatred 11:42 Sat May 19
Stephen King
I have decided to investigate the works of Stephen King.

Furnish me with recommendations as to his best book.

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Son of Sam 3:29 Mon Jul 9
Re: Stephen King
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JAC 11:05 Sun Jul 8
Re: Stephen King
Got 10 pages to go with Sleeping Bueaties..... Started it back in November. I normally read most of his books within a couple of weeks but this is one of his worst?I can only think it's down to writing it with his son Owen.
Don't bother tbh even at £4.

lab 9:30 Sun Jul 8
Re: Stephen King
Mrs just bought a new one .....Outsider .... I'll let u know what she thinks. Len ,the book you mention , the mrs thought it was one of his naff efforts , so plenty out there to dabble with .

lab 9:21 Sun Jul 8
Re: Stephen King
David. L 11:56
Found it rather disappointing.

Leonard Hatred 7:19 Sun Jul 8
Re: Stephen King
Just finished 11.22.63.

Very good, that was.
Yes.

nich the d 12:28 Sat May 26
Re: Stephen King
Swiss. wrote...

Re: Stephen King
Dreamcatchers . Good book and film. "Look out for Mr Grey"

"Dreamcatcher" is at least 100 pages overwritten...

The film is mediocre, at best

David L 11:56 Sat May 26
Re: Stephen King
His new one, Sleeping Beauties (written with his son Owen) is in Tescos for £4. Bloody thick book too. Can't go wrong there.

Son of Sam 12:43 Thu May 24
Re: Stephen King
Have read the lot and loved them apart from Hearts in Atlantis

Best of the bunch probably Salems Lot (scariest), The Stand, It , Misery and the compilations Night Shift, Different Seasons, Skelton Crew, Four past Midnight and Nightmares and Dreamscapes. theres some great stuff in them The Mist , The Langoliers and Secret Window Secret Garden.

I watched the film of that last weekend Johnny Depp and John Turturro who supplies a great opening line in a southern drawl "You stole ma story"

Someone mentioned Desperation, which is very good , if you read this read The Regulators which was released in or around the same time, what he did there with parallel universes was very clever.

Billy Blagg 10:55 Wed May 23
Re: Stephen King
The Stand.

Any collection of his short stories.

Flea 11:38 Wed May 23
Re: Stephen King
Don't read Cujo though, it was appalling.

Swiss. 11:32 Wed May 23
Re: Stephen King
of that genre Dean Koontz ain't bad either.

Swiss. 11:30 Wed May 23
Re: Stephen King
Dreamcatchers . Good book and film. "Look out for Mr Grey"

Top Iron 8:03 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
There's a new tv series coming out soon called Castle Rock, which is basically a number of adaptations of early King books set in his fictional town.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=567OfytIRDs

Gavros 7:39 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
the walking dude, great character.

who the fuck thought that Matthew McConaughay would be a good likeness for him?

Mr Anon 6:56 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Lee Trundle 4:26 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King


"Is The Stand TV series worth a watch? "

No, it's fucking awful, and that was before it dated terribly.

They're making a new one though.

-[Rasta]- 6:54 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
ive read quite a few all decent
best for me were
The Talisman
Dark Towers
Dreamcatcher
Desperation
Insomnia
Needful Things

Razzle 4:40 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Not the new manager then...Rats!

boleyn8420 4:38 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Start with Salem's Lot

Bungo 4:32 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Agent Scud 4:15 Mon May 21

I have sometimes thought this, although I suspect it might be partially because he is SO good at the build up, that the eventual ending is almost guaranteed to be a bit of an anti-climax.

stewey 4:31 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Has he signed yet ?

Lee Trundle 4:26 Mon May 21
Re: Stephen King
Is The Stand TV series worth a watch?

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