(Yet Another) Ten Good Stephen King Books (#31-40)

2017 is forecast to be a good year for Stephen King.  Last month saw the release of his latest Castle Rock novella, Gwendy’s Button Box, co-written by Cemetery Dance magazine editor Richard Chizmar.  The April posting of the latest It Part One theatrical trailer set an online record for the most views, and before the year is out the big screen will also see the release of the long-gestating Dark Tower movie.  The trailer for that also looks great, albeit very, very different from the 4,000-page anthology.  If that isn’t enough, later this year Spike TV will host a 10-episode mini-series remake of The Mist.  Here, too, is the trailer for that.  Enjoy!

As I sit here, about to read The Stand for the third time, I want to note that few authors merit a top ten list, let alone four top ten lists!  But then, few authors have the cumulative body of work that Mr. King has, with roughly 75 novels, collections, collaborations, screenplays, and non-fiction pieces.  There may be a few pieces of rotten meat in that literary smorgasbord, but the list you are about to read takes us to number 40 and the books on said list are still good, perhaps even great.

So with that, here are yet another ten good Stephen King books:

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