I do like my Stephen King in hardback - it doesn't have to be a great edition, second hand book club editions are fine, but they are more durable and don't yellow so fast. I managed to get a hardback copy of Colorado Kid - no such luck with Joyland: as far as I can see there is either a very limited edition prohibitively expensive hardback versionm or else foreign language. I decided to make my own. I scanned the cover of the UK paperback. Then I searched at home for a hardback of the right size which I was never going to read (it was something by Nicky French, I think). Then I sliced out the hardback's innards (a gory job, but you have to do what you have to do) and then pasted the entire paperback Joyland into the inside of the hardback cover. Then I sized the scans to fit the bigger cover and pasted them onto the outside. It wasn't 100% successful - A4 wasn't quite big enough for the outer cover, I should have scanned in 3 individual parts to allow sufficient overlap - but it was quite good enough for my bookshelf.