As I mentioned elsewhere, I didn't really know which SK book was my favourite. But now I do, it has to be Full Dark, No Stars. There is no point in me reviewing the book. You have all probably read it, and your opinions are as valid as are mine. The difference between this book and the other ones (which I also love, except that one exception) is that this one simply will not let go. Scenes from 1922 or Big Driver can pop up in my head for no apparent reason when I am waiting for the subway, or doing the dishes, or lifting weights. Books, at least for me, don't always linger for that long. It is fairly unusual for me to re-read books, I have done that with Tolkien, Kafka and Steinbeck, but never have I read a book by Stephen King more than once. With Full Dark, No Stars it will be different.