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    There are so many (I didn't think there would be this many left!): Bag of Bones, Black House, Blockade Billy, Book of the Dead, Christine (reading just now), The Collective (not really sure what this is but it's on my Kindle!), All of the DT series, Diary of Ellen Rimbauer, Different Seasons, Duma Key, Everything's Eventual, Four Past Midnight, Hearts in Atlantis, Just After Sunset, Lisey's Story (started previously but never got into it), The Long Walk, Night Shift, Nightmares and Dreamscapes, On Writing, The Plant, Roadwork, Six Stories, Skeleton Crew, Storm of the Century, The Talisman, Transgressions, Uncollected Stories 2003, Under The Dome, UR and 11/22/63. These are all the Sai Kings works I have on my Kindle that I know I have't read yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hink64 View Post
    Reading 11/22/63 right now, cant put the damn thing down
    Are you in the bathtub? Then you shouldn't put it down. What's on my list (in no particular order because that would be a crazy thing for me to try to do) for starters: Full Dark, No Stars (finish it); 'Salem's Lot; Cujo; Dolores Claiborne; The Green Mile; and Shawshank.

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    I fully recommend you "A Good Marriage" in Full dark No stars. An amazingly written short story about a woman who accidentally finds her husband to be an infamous serial killer. I wonder how a man (Stpehen King) could actually see the world through the eyes of a woman and think with the mind of THE woman. The story is much more than a thriller, it raises a lot of questions in the reader about family, love and attachment. A MUST READ - even presentable at psychology seminars or at social study classes. Please do write me back if you are done with it. I am pretty much interested in what you think of it.

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    The only one I haven't read yet is 11/22/63, which is impossible to get in this non English speaking country of mine (yes yes, I can order it online, I am LAZY and distrust online shopping!!!). But rereading is ALWAYS a blast.

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    Last year I read Bag of Bones, 11/22/63, Full Dark No Stars, and Mile 81. (*loved* 11/22/63!)

    Even though I own a copy of nearly all of Kings books there still so many that I've never read. Some have sat on my unread on my bookshelves for decades. That said, I think I'm going to include these in my 2012 reading:
    • On Writing
    • Dark Tower III + IV (Yeah, I'm way behind on that series)
    • Black House
    • IT (my once-a-decade-re-read-because-I-love-this-book)

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    I want to give Tommyknockers a re-read. I haven't read it since it was released and when I read it, I had a lukewarm reaction to it. JD and some of the other members here really liked it so I want to give it another shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jojo87 View Post
    There is many. Full dark No stars. And I really want to read Colorado Kid because I got Haven to Christmas present and I've seen it already and the series was good. 11/22/63 is still on my "to be read" list and yes haven't read Eyes of the Dragon either. Maybe someday it got a chance to read these books too.
    The Colorado Kid and Haven are almost nothing alike.

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    My to read list includes:

    DT (the whole series). Yes I know, bad Jelly, as my friends would say
    Lisey's Story
    Black House
    Insomnia
    The Dark Half

    Most of these will be first time reads for me. I have read DT 2 and 3 but feel a re read is necessary to fully appreciate the journey

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    It Christine bag of bones and the stand Are on my reading list this month. Voot Voot

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    I have alot to read still but the main ones right now are
    11/22/63- When it comes out in paperback
    Misery- A classic i can't miss
    Desperation- My friend highly recommends this one
    Duma key- The only king book that i don't know anything about so it would be like a new book to me
    Dark tower 5-7- After i finish book 3 and 4
    The long walk- Everyone likes this bachman book

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