Plant: Zenith Rising, The
  Fan submitted reviews of Plant: Zenith Rising, The (Novel):
 
 
Posted By: Elaine - February 27th, 2013 11:13:15 am EST

You could rework the phone book and i would read and buy.Haven't read any yet, just found this site. The things you mentioned are more than fair. Can't wait to read it.

 
 
Posted By: Johnnie - February 5th, 2013 11:13:45 am EST

I had read the first two parts of the plant and have been waiting for you finish it. Please write more about the book for I just love it. You can only read the same chapters so many times while you Wait for more.

 
 
Posted By: Austruck - January 31st, 2013 12:43:23 am EST

Ah, I remember you serializing this YEARS ago, WAY ahead of your time. I followed it at the time, but you let it languish, and some of us were just devastated. Well, I exaggerate. Please finish this. I've been waiting since I was still married to my first husband (and I've been married to my husband-upgrade for over 13 years now!). You owe us, dude. ;)

 
 
Posted By: Jack - January 30th, 2013 11:44:52 pm EST

Dear Stephen, I purchased the original 3 or 4 installments of The Plant when first offered. Paid by cheque. Price went up a bit for last couple installments so total equaled price of a paperback. You reported that the experiment was a financial success. Since then, have been pining for a sequel. Please be clear which installments are new material when they are made available and I will buy. Cheers, a long time fan.

 
 
Posted By: Susan - January 19th, 2013 10:12:12 am EST

PLEASE finish this for us. The download idea was brilliant at the time, but now it's 2013, and you can release the rest in a format that people won't be able to share. Come on, Mr King, Faithful Reader out here needs to know what happens next!

 
 
Posted By: MartyMac - January 18th, 2013 3:37:36 pm EST

Like all the others I am a huge fan. Get every book as soon as it comes out and devour it immediately...hey there's a thought...but I digress..I did pay years ago for the installments of this one and would be happy to pay for the final (subsequent?) installment(s) as well.

 
 
Posted By: MaryG. - December 11th, 2012 11:47:15 am EST

Hi Steve ------> regarding the PLANT book. I downloaded it years ago and just started reading it this week. Like all your stories --- I got sucked into it and would like to have an ending......Just saying -- put that wierd mind of yours back to work on this project and knock it out. Thanks...... MaryG.

 
 
Posted By: Edgar - December 2nd, 2012 2:34:54 am EST

I'm in love with this book, OOH please Finish it Mr. King, I'm just recently finished the 6 installment of the Plant and I just hope you really complete this very soon.

 
 
Posted By: Trish68 - November 30th, 2012 2:53:41 pm EST

I loved the first 6 installments of this book and have been waiting for years to read the rest of the novel. This is one of the best books you have written. I could not stop reading it after I printed it years ago. Please, Please finish this novel. I assure you that MANY people a waiting to re-read the first 6 parts and the rest. Thank you from an avid Stephen King fan.

 
 
Posted By: Mike - November 15th, 2012 8:14:19 am EST

ummmn, I thought this I have a place to pay the $1 per installment? I haven't read it yet to review as I have a few other completed books to read first - picked up a few e-books I've missed over the last few years (just got a Nook). I do hope you someday finish (or more likely release/print) the conclusion. Thanks again for the many hours/days/months of entertainment. I'm looking forward to reading "Dome" and kicking back with an "old friend"...

 
 
Posted By: AnotherConstantReader - October 4th, 2012 8:22:11 pm EDT

Hello Mr. King, I have just finished reading this story (yes in a pirate compilation, however I own either a hard or softcover of every book and short story compilation you have ever written short of 'Lisey's Story' and 'The Girl who loved Tom Gordon' so I hope you can forgive me) and I have to say I am completely hooked on the premise of the story, and it's a great shame that you feel the inspiration is gone on it. I do hope that you feel you can get back to it some day, because both the characters and the story are fascinating, and the telling style via the 'journals' is also interesting. Honestly, I am more interested in the fate of Zenith House then I was with much of your mid-2000s novel characters. I would be more then happy to buy the conclusion of this, but of course you must write as the stories take you. Thank you for listening!

 
 
Posted By: Andy - October 3rd, 2012 12:51:16 pm EDT

Please finish this story.

 
 
Posted By: Nicki - September 28th, 2012 7:56:45 am EDT

You neeeeeeeeeeeeeeed to finish this. UHMAZING. Also, how do I pay? I just opened and didn't save, but I would like to give you money for the AWESOMENESS.

 
 
Posted By: Lut - September 5th, 2012 6:02:10 am EDT

I've always wanted to read "The Plant" as I couldn't find it nowhere.... I hope I might finally get a chance to do so... Hooked on books - the need to read

 
 
Posted By: Elfwitch - August 24th, 2012 2:19:18 pm EDT

Okay, now that I've read the first 6 parts of The Plant, I am going to whine until I get the rest. Take pity on us Steve! It's like great sex that just stops right in the middle and the person just gets up and walks away, coitus interruptus! It's not fair to torture your fans just so you can giggle at our suffering! It's like reading the Dark Tower up until book 6 and then not being able to find book 7! PLEASE! Okay, enough whining. But I hope your conscience is wriggling uncomfortably knowing that there are millions of us out here, maybe even billions, waiting, sadly, for the rest of that story. It's just plain mean to torture your loyal (greedy) fans this way. Number 5 fan. :-(

 
 
Posted By: Brehon21 - August 22nd, 2012 2:41:43 pm EDT

I paid for all of the installments of this book at the time. I undertood the author's rationale and the experiment. But after getting so far along and pocketing hunbdreds of thousands of dollars of profit to have failed to complete it becasue paid particpation dropped to 46% 9below the b50% threshold set) AFTER the price per episode was doubled was in my humble opinion very dishonorable. I went from lifetime fan buying and reading every book and story to not having purchase done since nor will I until the Plant is completed. I respectfully ask that Stephen King do this a soon as practicable and certainly before his next profit making venture. Even at this late date it is the honorable thing to do. Thank you listening.

 
 
Posted By: Epuol - August 12th, 2012 1:51:42 am EDT

Hello Mr. King, I am an addicted Constant Reader of your works of which I own your entire library At this e-mails writing I have in front of me http://.g.akamai.net7/1590/1812/v001www.stephenking.com/files/the_plant.../Plant6.tx . This being the last chapter of your manuscript dated 12/22/00 I have waited patiently for these many years for it's contiuance and as I have reached the fine old age of seventy eight and I fear I may never see it's completion without your assistance. You have asked us for our thoughts and these are mine. Please finish it !!!!!

 
 
Posted By: Bobness - August 11th, 2012 10:03:56 pm EDT

had originally gotten the installments off the web @ .99$ a pop, finally got around to reading the whole shebang and loved it! can't wait til u finish it! but wait! a new Gunslinger book? how's that possible? - Constenant Reader

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - August 3rd, 2012 2:36:19 am EDT

Not happy about this, I paid for each chapter and it was never finished.

 
 
Posted By: Ericfred - July 18th, 2012 12:30:42 pm EDT

Not Fair ! If folks weren't paying for it on the honor system, at last finish it and publish it as a real book. Come on! We're all waiting to find out what happens......... :-(

 
 
Posted By: Audrey - July 14th, 2012 10:06:45 am EDT

As one of your faithful Constant Reader's I love the concept of this story. I hope to be able to read the rest of the story if you are able to continue writing it. Zenith still has a lot to tell :) but thank you Mr. King either way for writing great stories that keep me up at night.

 
 
Posted By: Horatio - July 12th, 2012 11:55:25 am EDT

I was one who purchased the installments as they came out back in 2000. I would love for you to complete The Plant, Mr. King, as it really kept me interested from installment to installment. The original "honor system" experiment may not have been successful, but that shouldn't stop you from completing the book. We've come so very far since 2000 with the greater access to and acceptance of books in the digital realm. Give us a Kindle and Nook version of the finished project! You could even still use installments if you wanted to!

 
 
Posted By: Jason - June 10th, 2012 11:52:32 am EDT

June 10, 2012 Dear Mr. King, I thought your idea was marvelous. As a former programmer and a huge fan of shareware and trialware programs, I firmly believe in paying for something that I use or enjoy regularly. Having been a fan of all of your prior works, either in print or on-screen, I signed up as soon as I could to pay for and read The Plant. I zipped through installments one through six as each was released, happily paying the very reasonable fees that you set, but just like the many vines of The Plant, you've kept me hanging for quite some time now... Perhaps it would make a fitting end for another of your stories, but I would prefer if you don't just leave me hanging. Thanks for your consideration. Sincerely, Jason Y

 
 
Posted By: Pixzy - May 28th, 2012 12:29:17 pm EDT

I payed and downloaded all 6 parts that King posted. I loved it. But he left us hanging. PLEAS finish this wonderful story before one of us kicks the bucket. (I'm 74) I really want do know how this story ends. If I die before I find out, I will come back and hunt you for the rest of your days. Bob

 
 
Posted By: Sherrie - May 18th, 2012 2:46:23 pm EDT

I just got done downloading the first 3 chapters and then the next 4, 5, & 6. I would VERY much like to pay for what I got, in the hopes that maybe you'll finish the rest of this story. I am HOOKED as I am in ALL your stories. I've paid for each & everyone of the books I've gotten and feel I SHOULD alsdo pay for this. PLZ Mr. King, finish this story.

 
 
Posted By: Adam - May 15th, 2012 8:29:16 pm EDT

I cannot stop reading The Dark Tower; I just finished Wind through the keyhole... PLEASE FINISH THE PLANT!!! (When you can...) Constant reader.

 
 
Posted By: Tee - May 5th, 2012 9:14:11 pm EDT

So Hooked!!!.. this story is AMAZING and SCARY. Could not stop reading it anxiously awaiting the next. I too bought each installment. Very much looking forward to more!!!.11 years since first reading it and it still gives me chills!!!..May you be inspired to continue soon!!!!

 
 
Posted By: Ricardo - April 26th, 2012 3:39:34 pm EDT

I am one of the many that bought each installment when you wrote them and I was hooked (still am).It would be grat if you continued and eventually finish the story. I will wait patiently.

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - April 22nd, 2012 3:54:08 pm EDT

Please! Please finish, I've been wanting to see the end of this story for years... I loved The Green Mile, is this idea so different?

 
 
Posted By: Candi - April 17th, 2012 3:22:49 pm EDT

I love this book! I just want to encourage you (not beg- yet) to finish it. Please. You truly are THE KING! Thanks so much.......

 
 
Posted By: Kel47 - April 12th, 2012 6:24:09 pm EDT

Awesome idea. I think a buck a pop is a steal. However, it will kill me to read it and not have an ending in sight. But, that won't stop me from plunging forward and reading it anyway. I am, after all, your constant reader and number one fan....creepy, huh?

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - March 20th, 2012 10:36:33 am EDT

Please finish this story. Like "The Gunslinger" I got hooked and have waited patiently. You finally got back to Roland; get back to Carlos, PLEASE

 
 
Posted By: Snugglz - March 16th, 2012 5:32:28 pm EDT

I personally think this is a great idea, although like you, I am also wary of humanity now! I say GO for it, I for one would love to read it. I am a big fan and own every hardcover book I have ever been able to purchase and they have brought me immeasurable comfort and satisfaction. So WHO says honesty is NOT the best policy?

 
 
Posted By: Fatman - February 19th, 2012 7:59:39 pm EST

must have been a good story, would have been when I was an adult student (unsuccessfully) at Victoria that i encountered Solarc. 12 years ago and there is still room for it in my mind. Keep up the good work Mr King from another of the millions (and as the Rock would say) and millions of faithful readers of your work worldwide.

 
 
Posted By: Cricket - January 5th, 2012 3:37:57 pm EST

I loved the plant and I am one the one's who paid. I would like to see you give this book a real ending. I hope I find if and when you do as I have 6 episodes. Your the only author I read. I get bored with books easily but not with yours. Thanks, Cricket

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - December 28th, 2011 12:07:55 am EST

i think it is an excellent idea...

 
 
Posted By: Christopher - December 25th, 2011 10:32:31 am EST

good

 
 
Posted By: Sandi - December 24th, 2011 5:06:40 am EST

I'm just finding this for the first time. Have read almost everything else you have published. Am happy to download and donate, but I can't work out where to do it. Can't find a download spot on the website

 
 
Posted By: Jeannie - December 23rd, 2011 8:36:32 pm EST

please put this book into print. i have every one of your books. i have started collecting your audio books now.

 
 
Posted By: Rob - December 8th, 2011 10:28:37 pm EST

I would love to see this in print! I prefer real books, although I give you an A for effort and originality on doing it the way you did...I would buy this book the day it came out if it was published! Thank you.

 
 
Posted By: John1010 - December 5th, 2011 8:45:40 pm EST

Please put this story in print. I have read 56 pf your books and loved every minute of it. I don t read on line books. Anal on my part but you can't replace the enjoyment of reading with the book in hand. Thanks

 
 
Posted By: Drkatzzz - November 18th, 2011 9:37:10 pm EST

I loved this book and donated for the installments. PLEASE finish it.

 
 
Posted By: CyberKit - November 18th, 2011 2:41:12 pm EST

I love your work. Each book takes me to 'the zone.'

 
 
Posted By: Kristin - November 12th, 2011 9:47:32 am EST

I loved this story and was sad that it was never carried out. I did end up printing the installments since I still love to read in my favorite chair the old fashioned way!

 
 
Posted By: Dirtyhowse - November 12th, 2011 1:05:40 am EST

Started reading this way back when & hve been waiting for you to finish it. It was great!!

 
 
Posted By: Judy - October 27th, 2011 10:04:14 pm EDT

A buck sounds very fair,I bought your books for many years now ,and the idea of paying a dollar to read something you have written seems more then fair and I for one would do it. I love your books and I have passed on my love of your books to my son who has taken most of my books with him,but I told him he has to return them to me once he buys his own copies lol love your writing

 
 
Posted By: Terri - October 24th, 2011 8:42:17 pm EDT

Whats missing from this page are the six installments! I only have three and was wondering if there might be somewhere to get the other three. Love all the books.

 
 
Posted By: Twofoot - October 11th, 2011 9:27:40 pm EDT

I am gutted this doesn't have an ending yet but I have faith it will be finished. After all, the black tower books were eventually finished. That gripe aside, I think it's a really good book and they way it's written in memos and diary entry's is superb!!! A for Mr King. Lol!!

 
 
Posted By: Bonnie - October 4th, 2011 1:50:32 pm EDT

I would love to read the rest of this novel. I would like to purchase the whole book!!!

 
 
Posted By: Jon - September 29th, 2011 1:00:56 pm EDT

I know I'm just another voice of thousands so I'll get right to the point. I don't have much to say beyond what I know hundreds of others have. I found SK to be a solid inspiration to my writing and being only sixteen now I have a whole life to see what becomes of it. From me to you!

 
 
Posted By: DebbieM - September 27th, 2011 10:55:06 am EDT

This is a great story; I hope it gets finished someday. :)

 
 
Posted By: Kristie - September 21st, 2011 1:06:26 pm EDT

PLEASE make the ebooks eventually published on paper!

 
 
Posted By: Charles - September 13th, 2011 1:20:38 pm EDT

I purchased all 6 installments of The Plant, as they became available... disappointed that it has never been finished. Now that "Mile 81" shows what ebooks can do, maybe it's time to finish The Plant? But don't let that hold DT4.5 up. LOL. I've bought most Stephen King books, and will continue. I like them all. Constant Reader.

 
 
Posted By: Kat - September 12th, 2011 1:55:21 pm EDT

I miss Zenith. I have since lost the ecopies of the installments I purchased due to computer upgrades and time, however my thoughts periodically go back to that curious ivy.

 
 
Posted By: Terr - August 29th, 2011 4:48:26 am EDT

why not rite a novel of it?

 
 
Posted By: Srinath - August 19th, 2011 12:52:57 am EDT

IT was the first of your books that I read, way back in 1986. Since then I have voraciously devoured your books, as a starving man feeds on food. Needless to say, I have read all your books, except The Plant and Ur... Which are online/e-versions. I hope to get my hands on them soon. I want to thank you for the many hours of reading pleasure you have given me. Thank you again

 
 
Posted By: Judi - August 9th, 2011 10:15:32 am EDT

I would love to be able to read this book

 
 
Posted By: Owen Lee Smee - August 4th, 2011 7:53:38 pm EDT

Stephen ..Firstly id like to say thank you sir for the Decades you have kept me entertained with your books films series etc etc you sir are indeed a Tale Slinger of the gods and i say thankie sai big big to you.. Every so often i search the net trying to complete my collection of your works. The plant seems to have slipped through my net or sive like brain. I for one would love to see this work completed and would be at the front of the cue to purchase it.I have but one bookcase in my house and sir its only your books that it contains. Certain books im on my third copy of as ive over read them "insomnia" shortly to be my forth copy Brilliant is to smaller word to describe it & your Dark Tower series Totally Epic and if put into film and done well would im sure be the greatest ever series of movies to be done this story is imortal and i pray its completed before i enter the clearing at the end of my path.. Thanks again for everything youve ever done keep on rocking sir..

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - August 4th, 2011 4:29:05 pm EDT

this sounds like a great story hope you get to finish it

 
 
Posted By: Monsterr1 - July 2nd, 2011 2:22:06 am EDT

wtf!! I have been waiting for years i paid wtf

 
 
Posted By: Redrum48 - June 30th, 2011 2:02:52 am EDT

Yes, please finish The Plant. I really want to believe that people would pay per episode and I believe some paid morethan the dollar for the first six while others didn't pay at all. There will always be those that take advantage of others without any concern of consenquences. To those of us who have read all your books from cover to cover and long for the next Stephen King book, please, do us this solid.

 
 
Posted By: Debi - June 25th, 2011 1:24:57 pm EDT

consistent good read, never failed to enjoy his work, loved The Stand and Under The Dome and have all volumes of The Dark Tower. Just bought The Secretary of Dreams Volume Two. May he never stop writing!

 
 
Posted By: Prufrock21 - June 5th, 2011 11:02:36 am EDT

Should Stephen King Finish The Plant? In The Stephen King Companion (p. 111), editor George Beahm quotes Harlan Ellison as saying: those of us who have been privileged to read the first couple of sections of The Plant perceive a talent of uncommon dimensions. What makes this novelof only six parts and still a work in progressone of Stephen Kings best works? After having read much of his fiction, and nonfiction as well, and after having followed his growth as a writer of (excuse the typecasting) modern horror, I believe I have an answer. To begin with, the writing in The Plant is uniquely, unequivocally vintage King. In plot, character development and over all story line execution, The Plant is the equal ofand comparisons are inevitablehis greatest works. I can compare it to three of my own personal favorites, which I consider his masterpieces: It, The Dark Tower and The Stand. What makes The Plant the equal of any of these, and no doubt motivated Harlan Ellison to wax with hyperbole in the quote above, is this: The Plant delivers. The work delivers in two vital aspects. First the concept, the idea, is brilliant, and second, the use of the epistolary form is nothing short of a stroke of genius. Though Mr. King has written about the writer and the writers craft in several works, both in fiction and nonfiction, it is in The Plant that he tackles the subject at the visceral level and from all sides, from neophyte writer to unabashed hack to best-selling award winning author. In between the lines he gives us a detailed view of the publishing business: from the low end, which is the reader in the slush pile, to the high end, which Is the editor with the power to decide rejection or acceptance, and the middle, which is the writer.. The Plant is brilliantly written, and shows Mr. King at the height of his powers. In it you will find humor (gallows in parts), pathos and dead seriousness. Moreover, the epistolary style adds a dimension unlike any other work of its kind in contemporary horror fiction. The use of letters, memos, diaries, journal entries, newspaper articles, distinct type faces and varied narrator perspectives lifts the writing from the commonplace and expected into a different stratosphere. Uncommon dimension, indeed! Which brings me to this the question: Should Stephen King finish writing The Plant? The answer is definitely yes! My writing and posting my observations is then a plea to Mr. King to finish the book. Why should he? You may ask. I can think of three reasons. He owes it to us, his Constant Readers. He owes it to the genre. And he owes it to Carlos Detweiller, if that makes any sense. If, may heaven preserve him, there is a problem with writers block, I can suggest one possible scenario which might motivate him to continue and finish the work. There are more, of course. And if you dont believe me, take a look inside Riddleys janitors closet and feel and smell Zenith the common ivy up close and personal. I have. Consider, then: Zenith the common ivy must grow. If it (he) doesnt, it (he) will die. And we dont want that to happen, do we? However, in order for it (him) to really grow, it cant be fed ordinary blood. It must be given innocent blood, virginal blood. The victim (and Im talking female here, the virginal kind) can be anyone over eighteen, or under. I doubt if Zenith the common ivy will mind. For Zenith the common ivy to get its (his) blood fix, the victim need not die, either. I can think of one particularly gruesome way Zenith can get its (his) virginal, innocent blood fix. Contemplate a left behind menstrual bloody tampon, for example! Im talking tip of the ol iceberg here, as Im sure the Master can devise a whole plethora of other neat methods and means by which Zenith the common ivy can be satiated, or at least, temporarily fed. Once this happensCOME DEMETER! COME GREEN! I would enjoy learning more about the characters. How, for example, Bill Gelb got his gambling habit, and how, for example, Riddley Walker will fair as editor? Also, what will happen when/if Ruth Tanaka makes an appearance, she of the I-love-you-but-I-fell-for-someone-else-so-its-adios disposition? And who is her current boyfriend, and what role will he play? The possibilities, I know, are endless. In keeping with the original reading format, the completed book should be presented as an e-book, for which I will definite invest my hard earned centavos and finally buy that e-reader everyones been jabbering about. In conclusion, thank you, Mr. King, for providing this Constant Reader with a memorable reading experience, for the boogeyman terrors, the Night Gallery chills and the occasional spade-claw-hand scares of a lifetime. COME DEMETER! COME GREEN! PRUFROCK 21

 
 
Posted By: Prufrock21 - June 5th, 2011 10:21:29 am EDT

Should Stephen King Finish Writing The Plant? In The Stephen King Companion (p. 111), editor George Beahm quotes Harlan Ellison as saying: " ... those of us who have been privileged to read the first couple of sections of The Plant perceive a talent of uncommon dimensions." What makes this novel of only six parts and still a work in progressone of Stephen Kings best works? After having read much of his fiction, and nonfiction as well, and after having followed his growth as a writer of (excuse the typecasting) modern horror, I believe I have an answer. To begin with, the writing in The Plant is uniquely, unequivocally vintage King. In plot, character development and over all story line execution, The Plant is the equal ofand comparisons are inevitablehis greatest works. I can compare it to three of my own personal favorites, which I consider his masterpieces: It, The Dark Tower and The Stand. What makes The Plant the equal of any of these, and no doubt motivated Harlan Ellison to wax with hyperbole in the quote above, is this: The Plant delivers. The work delivers in two vital aspects. First the concept, the idea, is brilliant, and second, the use of the epistolary form is nothing short of a stroke of genius. Though Mr. King has written about the writer and the writers craft in several works, both in fiction and nonfiction, it is in The Plant that he tackles the subject at the visceral level and from all sides, from neophyte writer to unabashed hack to best-selling award winning author. In between the lines he gives us a detailed view of the publishing business: from the low end, which is the reader in the slush pile, to the high end, which Is the editor with the power to decide rejection or acceptance, and the middle, which is the writer.. The Plant is brilliantly written, and shows Mr. King at the height of his powers. In it you will find humor (gallows in parts), pathos and dead seriousness. Moreover, the epistolary style adds a dimension unlike any other work of its kind in contemporary horror fiction. The use of letters, memos, diaries, journal entries, newspaper articles, distinct type faces and varied narrator perspectives lifts the writing from the commonplace and expected into a different stratosphere. Uncommon dimension, indeed! Which brings me to this the question: Should Stephen King finish writing The Plant? The answer is definitely yes! My writing and posting my observations is then a plea to Mr. King to finish the book. Why should he? You may ask. I can think of three reasons. He owes it to us, his Constant Readers. He owes it to the genre. And he owes it to Carlos Detweiller, if that makes any sense. If, may heaven preserve him, there is a problem with writers block, I can suggest one possible scenario which might motivate him to continue and finish the work. There are more, of course. And if you dont believe me, take a look inside Riddleys janitors closet and feel and smell Zenith the common ivy up close and personal. I have. Consider, then: Zenith the common ivy must grow. If it (he) doesnt, it (he) will die. And we dont want that to happen, do we? However, in order for it (him) to really grow, it cant be fed ordinary blood. It must be given innocent blood, virginal blood. The victim (and Im talking female here, the virginal kind) can be anyone over eighteen, or under. I doubt if Zenith the common ivy will mind. For Zenith the common ivy to get it (his) blood fix, the victim need not die, either. I can think of one particularly gruesome way Zenith can get its (his) virginal, innocent blood fix. Contemplate for starters a left behind menstrual bloody tampon, for example! Im talking tip of the ol iceberg here, as Im sure the Master can devise a whole plethora of other neat methods and means by which Zenith the common ivy can be satiated, or at least, temporarily fed. Once this happensCOME DEMETER! COME GREEN! I would enjoy learning more about the characters. How, for example, Bill Gelb got his gambling habit, and how, for example, Riddley Walker will fair as editor? Also, what will happen when/if Ruth Tanaka makes an appearance? And who is her current boyfriend, and what role will he play? The possibilities, I know, are endless. In conclusion, thank you, Mr. King, for providing this Constant Reader with a memorable reading experience, for the boogeyman terrors, the Night Gallery chills and the occasional spade-claw-hand scares of a lifetime. COME DEMETER! COME GREEN! PRUFROCK 21

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - June 3rd, 2011 9:20:35 pm EDT

This is such a great story and it does deserve to be fully developed. Don't get me wrong Mr King, you have been writing great stuff since you stopped The Plant, and I do hope the inspiration comes back. I can't wait really but unfortunately I'll have to.

 
 
Posted By: Dawn Aka Constant Reader - May 26th, 2011 7:27:41 pm EDT

as always, whatever you write, Mr. King, is going to be purchased and read at a speed that I read no others. Thank you for the most wonderful ongoing ride since I first became aware of you in 1974.

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - May 17th, 2011 4:34:57 pm EDT

The plot and idea to release the story in installments is a good one, this is one constant reader who would await each intallment eagerly

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - May 9th, 2011 6:58:04 pm EDT

why not publish a novel of it

 
 
Posted By: Teresa - May 9th, 2011 12:00:55 pm EDT

I never got the chance to read the e-mail. I am a true and hard fan of paperback. I have been reading books since I was 8 years old. I cannot go by way of e-mail. Please finish your book so I can feel it in my hands.

 
 
Posted By: Mdoe - May 8th, 2011 9:34:42 pm EDT

It was years ago I read the online version. It was so good to me I want and hope you finish it soon. It still haunts me....I loved what I read. Thank you for keeping your site updated on the progress. I'll be waiting. . .

 
 
Posted By: Brad - April 20th, 2011 2:34:31 am EDT

Posted By: Galessa - 08/02/2010 - 12:19 PM EST Mr. King was dishonest and disrespectful to say the least. I also bought the installments and was left hanging. If I lived in US I would consider suing the author for fraud. I never bought or read or watched anything coming from him again and never will. Now, Galessa, my question. Are you kidding me? What the hell have you done that justifies your attitude? Do me a favor and look at the list of Stephen Kings works.... now have you done that much work in your life? If you had 3 more lifetimes could you do it? More than likely, not. He stays pretty busy. And have fun with that lawsuit... hahahahaha. Stephen King is one of the few Great American Writers.

 
 
Posted By: Bob Merrill - April 11th, 2011 7:12:08 pm EDT

What do we have to do to get Steve to finish "The Plant"? I have the first 6 parts and think it is one of his best stories. I really want to find out how it ends before I die, or he does.

 
 
Posted By: Pharmer - April 5th, 2011 10:30:18 pm EDT

Really pisses me off that you wrote enough and collected the maximum payment from me for this book then quit. All of us that did the same should have filed a class action suit, or maybe turned you in for fraud. What a scam. You owe us all a refund.

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - April 4th, 2011 2:23:28 am EDT

"When a task is once begun, you leave it not until its done."

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - March 15th, 2011 12:15:27 pm EDT

I hope that at some point you're able to find the inspiration again to finish this story. Personally I think if and when this finally comes out it's going to be a bestseller. If not for the story, then just for the mere fact that people have been waiting years for the ending to this series. I just hope it meets the hype

 
 
Posted By: Dunndeal - March 10th, 2011 9:15:33 pm EST

I was SO disappointed. I had Paid My fee (1.00) per e- release and NEVER received the 6th publication ZENITH RISING. I have the rest. and a dangling participle...... NO part 6 ...of a novel in Progress!! .... :(Wonder how I can acquire this?)

 
 
Posted By: Vneat - February 16th, 2011 9:06:35 am EST

wow, it looks good.

 
 
Posted By: Suzi - February 12th, 2011 8:00:54 pm EST

Hi there. I would like to know if I we will ever be able to finish reading The Plant. I was one of the both loyal and paying readers who waited patiently for each installment and bought each and every one. I have waited for years to be able to get the rest of the book. Since I am approching 67 years old, I hope it will show up on a website soon. I feel that all of us who bought it are being cheated out of the final chapters and basically got nothing for our money except the hunger fir the final chapters. What sy you???????

 
 
Posted By: Nancy - February 7th, 2011 7:04:11 pm EST

Please finish the Plant! I paid for my installments, read them all, hard drive crashed and I lost them. Cannot wait for it to be finished so I can read them again!!!

 
 
Posted By: Sandy - January 26th, 2011 2:15:20 pm EST

Please finish, I await with faith that you would not leave us waiting forever. Constant readers were kept well fed while the Dark Tower series finished, then the wonderful graphic novels satiated us for a time... we are in need of the end of the Plant, we haven't forgotten, nor will we. Have you considered a novel where the fans go beyond Annie did in Misery? Always, Faithful Constant Reader

 
 
Posted By: Tiffany - January 8th, 2011 7:08:40 am EST

I bought this years ago and even paid extra "faith" money to cover for the people who didn't just to try to keep it going. Printed it out and still have it bound together in a binder, sitting on the shelf with the rest of my Stephen King collection, just waiting for the day I can dust it off and read it in it's entirety. Hopefully it can be one day soon. You've had us waiting 10 years for this one, please finish it.

 
 
Posted By: Kinjno - January 3rd, 2011 3:06:28 pm EST

Paid my "faith" mony, still waiting ! John King

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - November 7th, 2010 5:34:32 am EST

Come on Steve, you owe us over this one, FINISH IT.

 
 
Posted By: TOM - October 13th, 2010 3:55:53 am EDT

I BOUGHT THIS PUBLICATION AND IT GRAbbED ME INSTANTLY. I WAS DISAPPOINTED WHEN YOU STOPPED. I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO READ THE REST OF THIS STORY.I PUT IT ON FLOPPY, BUT MY MACHINE DOES'NT TAKE THEM. I HOPE I STILL HAVE MY PRINTED COPY. THANKS, TOM

 
 
Posted By: TOM - October 13th, 2010 3:52:43 am EDT

I BOUGHT FOR THIS PUBLICATION AND IT GRAGGED ME INSTANTLY. I WAS DISAPPOINTED WHWN YOU STOPPED. I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO READ THE RESY OF THIS STORY/ I PUY IY ON FLOPPY, BUT MY MACHINE DOES'NT TAKE THEM. I HOPE I STILL HAVE MY PRINTED COPY. THANKS, TOM

 
 
Posted By: Katy - October 4th, 2010 1:24:51 pm EDT
I too am waiting for the ending before I start. To read the story. Waiting....waiting....
 
 
Posted By: NC - September 26th, 2010 2:19:02 pm EDT
I loved this novel and have been waiting patiently to find out what happens. Ten years is a long time to wait - how much longer?
 
 
Posted By: Felicia - August 5th, 2010 10:46:57 pm EDT
Hopefully you finish this, I have not read it yet but hope to read the whole thing straight through one day. My collection of your works is far from complete, even though I have roughly 20 books in hardcover. You have been my favorite author since I was ten years old, and I'm twenty-eight now. I can't wait to read The Plant!
 
 
Posted By: Galessa - August 2nd, 2010 12:19:54 pm EDT
Mr. King was dishonest and disrespectful to say the least. I also bought the installments and was left hanging. If I lived in US I would consider suing the author for fraud. I never bought or read or watched anything coming from him again and never will.
 
 
Posted By: Di - July 20th, 2010 4:40:36 pm EDT
It has been 10 years, do we have to wait 6 more for the ending? Boy I thought I was easily distracted...... I am going to buy the Dome next week, I hope it has a great ending. Still waiting, please finish it before oldtimers kick in, your fan, Di
 
 
Posted By: Verna - June 29th, 2010 3:13:13 pm EDT
Please, please, please finish it. I'm left hanging.
 
 
Posted By: Rob - June 3rd, 2010 4:25:24 pm EDT
I purchased the six installments of The Plant online and I was always hopeful that Stephen would finish it someday. I played it smart though and other than a quick scan, I have never read it and therefore did not suffer the frustration noted by others. I am patient and I am also a big fan of Stephen and his works (I own almost every book that he has published, mostly Hardcover) so I am willing to wait until he becomes inspired to finish. If he never does, then I still have the original parts of The Plant in my collection.
 
 
Posted By: Yesenia66 - June 2nd, 2010 12:55:58 am EDT
I would like to purchase the existing installments of this e-book but as of now haven't had any luck. Could someone direct me to the correct page or at least inform me whether or not it is still available? It'd be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
[You can download it by completing the quiz questions in The Office area of the site.]

 
 
Posted By: Mac - April 5th, 2010 11:21:06 pm EDT
This is very frustrating. Why do things get published only as e-books? I don't have one of those readers and I never will. Even if I could afford one(Ha ha!) I would not purchase one. I still love paper books even if the rest of the world seems to be turning away from them. Please make things available in the regular format.
 
 
Posted By: COMSEUR - April 5th, 2010 10:17:17 am EDT
I'm still waiting... I paid for the same installments multiple times, my hope at the time was that it would be finished. Nothing more dreadful than getting hooked by a good story only to find out that the rest of the pages in the book are missing, sigh. e-book or regular, PLEASE Mr. King! : )) (I'm have already 72 SK books on my shelves, can you please make it 73?) p.s.: got the audio cd Building Bridges, just heard it again yesterday. That was nice.
 
 
Posted By: Pdiddy - March 24th, 2010 4:59:12 pm EDT
Loved this and would read it in any format, and I was honorable in my pay for play. Please, please get some inspiration...perhaps an Ivy plant.
 
 
Posted By: Kban495 - March 5th, 2010 11:58:35 pm EST
Please, please, please, Stephen...with a cherry on top (or whatever your favorite topping might be - I can make it happen) please finish The Plant. While I was pretty late in a payment to you at the time of it's publishing, I did not cheat the blind paperboy (just lost my job, but paid you as soon as I found another). Hell, you're the only novelist on the planet worth paying twice for the same title. So go do that voodoo that you do so well.
 
 
Posted By: Jeanne - March 5th, 2010 5:49:04 pm EST
I need books to hold in my hands and have on my shelves. Just don't want a book I have to sit at the puter to read. Can you publish this in regular book form, please?
 
 
Posted By: Fatmanpatton - February 11th, 2010 3:42:39 pm EST
I enjoyed the six parts of this book and truly look forward to the next installment.
 
 
Posted By: Dave F - January 31st, 2010 2:29:50 pm EST
I enjoyed the initial installments of the PLANT and was very disappointed when it stopped, right in the middle. Would love to read an entire book.
 
 
Posted By: Kristen - January 11th, 2010 3:00:31 pm EST
Riddley Walker is also the title of a science fiction novel by Russell Hoban. Intentional?
 
 
Posted By: Knittinjen - January 5th, 2010 12:05:24 pm EST
I love books & e-books and all books - didn't know about this web site when the novel began being published, but I'd love it in installments, all at once, or whatever flavor SK wants. Also, really, do you think it's polite to demand something of somebody like some of you are? Stop being rude, the author will write and publish what he can and wants to. Meantime, was that real about a third Jack Sawyer book? Oooh, that'd be awesome!
 
 
Posted By: StephenKingRocks07 - December 24th, 2009 2:33:57 pm EST
Mr. King i have just become a huge fan of yours with Duma Key i read about as month ago! I got Under the Dome the week it released, and am reading it now about 600 pages in! I must say it is absolutely amazing! I plan to read more of you books! I'm spending my christmas money to get some of them, and i urge you to publish this one it sounds so good i don't have an Ebook tthingy! Why not publish it???? so it's a series though? is the first on done, is that what the ebook thing is for??? just curious! :) Noah BItney
 
 
Posted By: Tommy - December 20th, 2009 7:50:38 pm EST
SK, If possible and appropriate, please complete and publish The Plant! THANKS!
 
 
Posted By: Annette - December 20th, 2009 7:25:35 pm EST
How can I get an electronic version of this book or is it too late? Thanks, Annette
 
 
Posted By: Sandman - December 16th, 2009 1:05:13 pm EST
Mr. King, we, your reading public, are dying for this book. OK, maybe I'm the only one dying, but undoubtedly death it is. This story was so well written and just plain old good. Not to rush you, sir, but please let us know when you are once again inspired to finish this wonderful story.
 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - December 11th, 2009 3:11:55 pm EST
Ok, so this has been shelved for nearly a decade now... at least let us buy it as it currently stands! Even its just photo-copied typed pages stapled together for $24.95, I'd STILL buy it. C'mon, Steve! Please, pretty puh-leese???
 
 
Posted By: TraciKay - December 10th, 2009 9:04:03 pm EST
Where can I get The Plant Zenith Rising? Also, the first 6 parts of The Plant. Thanks
 
 
Posted By: Gypsy - December 10th, 2009 6:44:03 pm EST
I would definitely purchase this book !!
 
 
Posted By: Gypsy - December 10th, 2009 6:39:38 pm EST
I would definitely purchase this publication if it ever was made into a book !!
 
 
Posted By: ShuriKenSS - December 4th, 2009 12:52:44 pm EST
Publish it pleeeaaassseee!!! I hate reading in my computer (pretty tiring to my sight).
 
 
Posted By: Trudi - November 9th, 2009 11:59:31 pm EST
Please finish THE PLANT. Publish the finished installments so I may purchase them. It is a great story and I would really love some closure on it.
 
 
Posted By: Lvscrystrys - November 5th, 2009 5:48:04 pm EST
I paid for and downloaded the first five installments of "The Plant." Either I failed to download or lost the sixth installment. Is there any way that you could make the sixt installment available to me?
 
 
Posted By: Fillycat - October 24th, 2009 3:51:46 pm EDT
I too paid for the installments but had a very unrully computer and didn't get to read all the installments and always wondered if I would ever be able to read the work that I had paid for. At least now I know it didn't end..
 
 
Posted By: Sweetpea - October 23rd, 2009 3:06:11 pm EDT
jba i read where you have the 6 installments i didn't realize he went on after 4 if there is any way you could email them to me it would be much appreciated. fellow king fan...
 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - October 14th, 2009 12:00:31 pm EDT
I started reading the book and caught on really fast, it was really sad to see it "furl its leaves" and not being able to finish the novel. I am still waiting for the rest of the book after nine long years!
 
 
Posted By: The Lonz - October 10th, 2009 8:23:40 pm EDT
Aw, what the hell. I guess poor Stephen must have really needed the money back in 2000 when I was earning minimum wage but still paying to read The Plant. I forgive you, SK.
 
 
Posted By: Bob Merrill - October 7th, 2009 4:55:49 pm EDT
I have been a fan for years and I have all parts of the plant. Please finish it before you hang up your Mac.
 
 
Posted By: Bj - September 14th, 2009 2:52:46 pm EDT
I too paid for the installments, and was disappointed when Mr. King decided to stop. I don't think it was fair of him...he basically experimented with us. I sense a bit of arrogance in him and the way he handles things. Oh well, maybe one day we will get to read the remainder.
 
 
Posted By: MK - September 13th, 2009 11:21:07 am EDT
A finished book would be great but I'm with Aecetia, if it would kill him, then by all means move on :~)
 
 
Posted By: Bizarredevotedfan - September 11th, 2009 12:53:04 pm EDT
I've been reading SK since I was a teen and I'm 51 now. The Plant is one of my favorites...I've always appreciated Stephen's sense of humor no matter how dark the tale! Whenever Stephen finishes The Plant I will eagerly buy it, whatever the format.
 
 
Posted By: JRM - September 7th, 2009 12:03:46 am EDT
For the love of all your fans. PLEASE finish this story as a novel!
 
 
Posted By: BMG - August 23rd, 2009 1:22:44 pm EDT
So you tried and experiment and it didn't work - so try a different way, but don't keep us in suspense for 9 years! It's not fair to those of us who, like me, DID pay for the 6 episodes.
 
 
Posted By: Union Jack Sawyer - August 7th, 2009 8:03:27 pm EDT
Please complete this story and publish it as a novel. It has so much potential. Also, I was wondering if your third novel with Mr. Straub (that would complete the trilogy of Jack's trials and tribulations) is in the pipeline. :)
 
 
Posted By: Aecetia - August 6th, 2009 1:52:53 am EDT
I enjoyed reading it and I believe it should be finished. That is unless he thinks if he finishes it, he will die. If that is the case, then by all means leave it well enough alone.
 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - August 5th, 2009 1:44:45 pm EDT
I pre paid for the whole thing years ago, so Stevie owes me the rrrrest of the story or a refund!!!
 
 
Posted By: Pixzy - July 29th, 2009 6:29:06 pm EDT
I think The Plant is one of the best things King ever wrote. I have been bugging him to finish it since he stoped posting parts online. I don't care what format he picks to finish the book, I just want to find out what happens.
 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - July 28th, 2009 7:31:27 am EDT
I have honored the honor system . I think the scumbags who didn't should be shut out. The rest of us should read the end, it was pretty great up until...
 
 
Posted By: Jillian From Taiwan - July 27th, 2009 4:13:17 am EDT
hi, this is jillian. I live in Taiwan. I love to see the horror film. and my friend told me the best way is reading especially Stephen King's novels if I want to improve English and read he exticing stories. Someone suggests me the story" plant" , and it can freely download from the net, is it? but I couldn't find any freely download on the page. Is there anyone has stored the story ? could you send me some? Thanks a
 
 
Posted By: Peacocklady - July 22nd, 2009 1:48:37 pm EDT
I was so excited by this format, and as I am an avid reader of anything Stephen King I duly paid for, and downloaded all six installments. I haven't as yet read it though, as I am waiting for the next part of the novel. Incase Stephen's inspiration doesn't return I think I had better read it soon, before old age takes me and I can no longer read!
 
 
Posted By: JJ - July 16th, 2009 4:18:32 pm EDT
Jfa - I would love to read it, if you would be willing to email it to me. I didn't even know that this existed until just now! I would much rather have a hard copy in my hands than read it online. I guess that makes me old fashioned, but I just find a "real" book much more enjoyable than sitting in front of a computer screen.
 
 
Posted By: Abnormalcathy - July 14th, 2009 1:37:31 pm EDT
I am still an old fashioned reader and prefer a hardcopy to read so I would love to see The Plant published in old fashioned book form. I just cannot wrap my mind around reading on the computer.
 
 
Posted By: Jfa - July 14th, 2009 1:28:21 pm EDT
wildmountainhoney: I just happen to have a copy of this sitting in my email from years ago. I'm assuming it's legal to distribute this thing as long as there's no price tag involved. If that's the case then I'd be happy to email it over.
 
 
Posted By: Jill - July 8th, 2009 8:42:11 pm EDT
I've been an avid fan of Stephen King since I read "Pet Semetary" when I was nine years old. It's always been a dream of mine to meet him just to shake his hand and thank him for the many hours of entertainment he's provided. It's a shame that "The Plant" hasn't been finished, but sometimes it happens. The muse just leaves you hanging. It's not like he planned it, so there's no reason to get upset about it. God bless! :-)
 
 
Posted By: Wildmountainhoney - July 7th, 2009 8:30:30 am EDT
I remember a time ago buying installments of the Plant. It was a neat way to do things, like the Green Mile. I no longer have what I downloaded. Is there anyway to get this again. After reading other posts I also did not realize it was unfinished, but I do recall it was a good story. Mr. Kings short stories are awesome and I am a short story fanatic. I am finally getting into the Gunslinger saga again after amny years and many editions. Its been a long process for him I rememer being frustrated because of it being so many books, no I am hooked. If anyone can help me with the Plant let me know. Thanks, Beth
 
 
Posted By: Noel - July 3rd, 2009 5:28:13 pm EDT
I'd love to see a finish to this story! I enjoyed the style it was written in. A friend sent me the first 6 installments and it wasn't until I got to the fifth that I realized it wasn't a finished work. I do believe there were a few colorful words used at that point... A Fan
 
 
Posted By: Jeff - June 12th, 2009 8:31:53 am EDT
I would gladly pay a buck an episode, as long as I knew I would get a complete story and not stop in the middle, leaving me wondering how it ends.
 
 
Posted By: Catherine - May 19th, 2009 5:09:24 am EDT
I have not read this book, ever even knew about e books. Are you going to put it in a hardback? I hope you do because I really like to read your books.
 
 
Posted By: ZZar4 - April 29th, 2009 11:03:08 pm EDT
I understand Stephen King deserves to be payed for his work just like anyone else. As a longtime reader of his fiction, I will be greatly disappointed if he fails to finish this story though. His misjudgement of the desire to obtain something for nothing should not be taken out on his fans. I have spent plenty of money on Stephen King books and films. I don't believe that I deserve to be left hanging.
 
 
Posted By: MYCULL - April 6th, 2009 11:00:38 am EDT
I'm sure the younger generation prefers the e-book system, but they also prefer "Not to pay". They download music, movies without paying and feel it is their right. I prefer a good hard=covered book to sit comfortably while enjoying being frightened.
 
 
Posted By: Ann - April 3rd, 2009 10:33:03 am EDT
I am with the rest of you. I started reading this when distributed online (paying the download fees for which I had no problem doing) and keep checking back to see if it is going to be completed. I would love to see it finished and think it could be a best seller no problem.
 
 
Posted By: Weezz - March 13th, 2009 6:27:40 pm EDT
I have read and reread this book, I'm so ready for rest of it.
 
 
Posted By: Ur#1fan - February 28th, 2009 6:42:12 pm EST
I faithfully paid for and read The Plant in 2000. Awesome. I would live for you to offer it again.
 
 
Posted By: Zee - February 28th, 2009 4:57:55 pm EST
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE continue and finish The Plant. I have been following your stories ever since I read Salem's Lot when I was 12 and was scared to death but could not put the book down and watched the movie too and was scared to death too! I have read every single one of your written works - well those that I could purchase and/or get my hands on from the small town in Malaysia to where I currently live in the US. I was as usual, drawn into 'The Plant' and waited patiently for each installment and $1 is nothing to ask for and willingly given so PLEASE, I need to know.....in the meantime your other works have kept me occupied - as usual!
 
 
Posted By: Jaded234 - February 20th, 2009 5:18:39 pm EST
I started reading the Plant (and dutifully paid my download fees) while it was being distributed online. I periodically check back to see if the rest is coming?????? either online or published in traditioinal form. I've been sorely disappointed to see that it's not been made available yet. I've been wondering what happens next for over 8 years now. That's a lot of wondering.......... Any chance there's good news for an ending? (any ending?) (Please???!!)
 
 
Posted By: Neil - February 20th, 2009 4:13:21 pm EST
I just re-re-read The Plant and have always been curious whether the "Survivor" series on TV was released first or if Stephen came up with the idea (for Mr. Saltworthy). Both appeared in 2000.
 
 
Posted By: Jason - February 6th, 2009 9:50:57 pm EST
I have all six of these installments and 9 years later, I am still waiting with drawn breath that this novel will be finished.
 
 
Posted By: Jeff - January 7th, 2009 9:45:53 pm EST
Huge fan of your work and would love to someday get a chance to read this story. It is the only one that is missing from my S.K. collection, thanks.
 
 
Posted By: Kristina Smith - January 2nd, 2009 11:05:26 am EST
I downloaded (and paid) for each part of this story as it unfolded online. I have very much enjoyed reading what has been completed. I even printed a copy so I could read at work - I am desperate to find out what happens after the General and Carlos have their "throw down". Now that Riddley is back and the whole "family" is together, what will Zenith do? How will they procede with Zenith? How will it end? Please finish this story - I am eager to know the whole story!!!
 
 
Posted By: Pat - December 31st, 2008 11:02:41 am EST
Hi, I thought this was a great story! I would hope he would put a finish on it (I hate starting a story and not having a ending). I still have this story that I printed out faithfully (and paid for to, I might add ;) But I figured this would not work on a faith system. Someone is always looking for something for nothing! But again, if Stephen does get to see this....I'm hoping you do finish it...even in hardcover would work for me! My husband has an old joke I would like to share: My wife is always going to bed with another man! His friends give him the funniest look, like well a-hole, if you're stupid enough to put up with it! Then he has to explain that I go to bed with Stephen King! (That has also been faithfully for at least 20 plus years!) Been a fan since the age of 16! Never will get sick of your stories! O.K. rambling now! Have a good one!
 
 
Posted By: Jenny - November 6th, 2008 9:01:23 pm EST
I was looking for a way to read a copy of the e-book Plant. I love all of your books. You have a wonderful mind with great insight into the abnormal.
 
 
Posted By: Debbie - October 28th, 2008 12:14:08 am EDT
Hi...since I have had teenagers in the house and I only have the one computer, I haven't been able to surf the web very much. Truthfully, I had more time when I had a job! I am interested in your e-book, THE PLANT, and do not see anywhere I can read any of it. A dollar a segment would be fantastic!!! What do I need to do to purchase this? I would appreciate an answer. Thanks!!!
 
[We no longer offer this for purchase but you can sometimes find copies on Ebay.]

 
 
Posted By: Kim - October 27th, 2008 8:07:29 pm EDT
I truly hope the 'inspiration returns'. I really enjoyed this and was disappointed I didn't get to finish it. I would love to read this to the conclusion.
 
 
Posted By: Dwain - September 6th, 2008 11:37:56 pm EDT
man you're the only writer that i have read everything he or she has written. the dark tower cycle was the best seires i've ever read. i read the gunslinger when iwas 10 i'm almost 30 now. any way i've never read the plant i wish it would come out in book form. that the only bitch i got.
 
 
Posted By: Splinky - August 22nd, 2008 10:18:33 am EDT
As I read through the list of novels, I was just lamenting the fact that there are only three or four more novels on the list that I've never read. I'd be more than happy to shell out a couple of bucks to get my mitts on another fresh Stephen King story!
 
 
Posted By: Stefan - August 5th, 2008 11:51:59 pm EDT
I think that this would be a great thing to have available as a download option. I'd be more than willing to shell out a buck an episode for a new King tale of terror!!
 

 

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