Reading Stephen King Update #2

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I’d hoped to read one Stephen King book per month this year, but have failed on that up to now. I’ve managed 6 more – Firestarter, The Dead Zone, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, End of Watch, From A Buick 8, Misery – and would like to try and make up the months I missed before the end of the year. I think Misery is one of my favourites yet.

Any idea on the next I should read?

strikethrough = read
italics = read, but need to re-read
normal = unread

Carrie
‘Salem’s Lot
The Shining
Rage
Night Shift
The Stand
The Long Walk
The Dead Zone
Firestarter
Roadwork
Danse Macabre
Cujo
The Running Man
The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger
Different Seasons
Christine
Cycle of the Werewolf
Pet Sematary
The Talisman
Thinner
Skeleton Crew
It
The Eyes of the Dragon
The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three
Misery
The Tommyknockers
Nightmares in the Sky
The Dark Half
Four Past Midnight
The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands
Needful Things
Gerald’s Game
Dolores Claiborne
Nightmares & Dreamscapes
Insomnia
Rose Madder
The Green Mile
Desperation
The Regulators
Six Stories
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass
Bag of Bones
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon
The New Lieutenant’s Rap
Hearts in Atlantis
Blood and Smoke
Riding the Bullet
Secret Windows
On Writing
The Plant
Dreamcatcher
Black House
Everything’s Eventual
From a Buick 8
The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla
The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah
The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower
Faithful
The Colorado Kid
Cell
Lisey’s Story
Blaze
Duma Key
Just After Sunset
Stephen King Goes to the Movies
Throttle
Ur
Under the Dome
Blockade Billy
Full Dark, No Stars
Mile 81
11/22/63
The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole
In the Tall Grass
A Face in the Crowd
Guns
Joyland
Doctor Sleep
Mr. Mercedes
Revival
Finders Keepers
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
End of Watch

2 thoughts on “Reading Stephen King Update #2”

    1. I’ve been hesitant to read The Stand for some reason, despite knowing it’s considered one of King’s best. I will check out The Green Mile though, really enjoyed the film when I watched it some years ago.

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