Tag: Misery

Ten Famous Books by Stephen King and What They’re Really About by Georgina Morales

Let’s face it, Stephen King has published more that fifty novels and two hundred short stories, and has a fan base as big and wide as the world itself. Choosing among his work for the best ten is like shooting yourself in the head, then asking someone to tell you […]

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The King’s Tell-All Book by Manny Frishberg

So, this guy walks into a bar. He sits down next to you and orders a club soda with lime (he used to have a drinking problem, you soon learn). Then he turns to you like you were his best friend and starts out talking about this woman’s memoir and […]

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A Fearful Admiration by A.B. Davis

The funny thing about my experience with reading Stephen King is that though it’s limited, his influence over me is still huge. First, in the literal sense. I’d look up at my father’s bookshelf, and nestled between a now obsolete set of Funk and Wagnall’s (oh, the things I learned […]

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Portrait of a Weird Kid as a Stephen King Fan by M.G. Allen

I started gobbling up Stephen King books at an early age.  No earlier than puberty though.  In that carefree age before all the weird changes and hormones kick in I think horror has no place.  Childhood, unless you’re born under harsh circumstances, is a verdant meadow of daffodils and finger […]

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Bringing Stephen King’s Characters to Life by Gerry Griffiths

Of all the professional authors on the planet, Stephen King most assuredly has the best track record for whenever his books are adapted to the big screen, mostly due to the unforgettable characters that he creates and the superb actors that have played their roles. Here’s a hat-tipping salute to […]

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