So I am a life-long SK fan. I've read only about half of his body of work (short stories included). I admittedly read lots of other genres and authors, but I always find myself returning to the world of SK. And only having read about half of his work there are fortunately always "new" novels to read (i.e. ones I'd missed), and always of course his new releases.... so yeah, there's always "old" stuff to discover. Anyhow, last night I began Desperation (next, I will read The Regulators), and it's been several months since last SK reading, but it's always like going home when I crack open a SK novel. No other author's body of work draws me in and captivates me like the universe of Uncle Steve. The way that his universe and body of work is tied together and connected, is so fascinating... I just feel so "at home" there. Enterting the universe of Sai King is always a warm treat that I always cherish, and am thankful for. That might make me twisted... but I bet you all might know the feeling.