I surely will
I surely will
It is my favorite,but the Stand and the Shining,are right up there,along with a number of others..his short stories too,you come up with a gem of one every now and then in his collections..as far as the etiquette,no worries,we have none,so welcome..and enjoy!!
Wow, must be something to see. Thanks. Very much looking forward to The Stand. Off to get it shortly
Thanks a lot. I've read a few of the Short stories over the years. I agree, some real gems in there. Last year I read Full dark..., wow, dark it certainly was. I also thought it was some of the best writing I've read of his. Mind you, there's still so much I haven't read......it's great to think of all that lies ahead!
Ok, I feel almost ready to fly the Newbie nest, but before I do, I thought, while I have the eyes of such esteemed members I might solicit some further SK reading recommendations. I'm gonna do the Stand and IT next (and that'll take a while) but I'd love to start stockpiling.
SK books I have loved in the past include ......
the Shining - Misery - Tom Gordon - Pet Semetary - Duma Key
.....so any titles that chime in some way with those would be great. I really love, creepy, woodsy, old house, American Gothic, New Englandy kinds of stories. I don't know if that makes much sense but it's the best way I can express it!
If you have the time, I would MOST appreciate your thoughts. Thankssss
StephenKing.com Library and you'll find a real treasure trove.
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Great, thanks a lot. I will add it to the list!Wander at your leisure,but if I may suggest,The Eyes of the Dragon..I liked it though some might think it was somewhat simplistic on the surface,but gives you a real insight into the origins of the Dark Man,Randall Flagg,and what he is all about..