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Stephen King

I really, really want to review every book Stephen King has ever written. Well, that’s not quite true: I want Doux Reviews to have a Stephen King review extravaganza. To be the first place you look after you’ve read one of his books. To stop by to see which one you should read next. Is this even possible? I don’t know. Reviewing books is fun, but it’s also hard work, especially when the books are as connected as King’s are. But I’m going to try, and I’m going to keep trying.

The below list is not comprehensive, but it does include all of his major works. For a sortable list of all of King’s works, check out his website. The list isn’t necessarily the order in which I will review them, either. It’s more of a thematic thing, with some chronology thrown in. Like I said, this is hard.

Dark Tower:

DT: Gunslinger
DT: Drawing of the Three
DT: The Wasteland
DT: Wizard and Glass
DT: The Wind Through the Keyhole
DT: Wolves of the Calla
DT: Song of Susannah
DT: The Dark Tower

Dark Tower-Related:

‘Salem’s Lot
The Eyes of the Dragon
The Stand
From a Buick 8
Hearts in Atlantis
The Talisman
Black House

Castle Rock Novels:

The Dead Zone
The Body (novella)
The Dark Half
Needful Things

Derry Novels:

Pet Sematary
The Tommyknockers
Bag of Bones

Other Novels:

The Shining
Cycle of the Werewolf
Gerald’s Game
Dolores Claiborne
Rose Madder
Desperation (companion to The Regulators)
The Green Mile
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon
The Colorado Kid
Lisey’s Story
Duma Key
Under the Dome
Everything’s Eventual

Richard Bachman:

The Long Walk
Running Man
The Regulators (companion to Desperation)