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Sezz85

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Hi all. I'm new to Stephen King and his works and have been loving everything I've read so far. I started off strangely enough with Roadwork and also finished The Stand and IT. All were amazing to me. I just picked up Desolation and was wondering what I should read after I finish that. His library of work is so extensive with so many great books it's overwhelming to find what to read next. All I know is whatever I read I can't put down!
 

Neesy

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Hi all. I'm new to Stephen King and his works and have been loving everything I've read so far. I started off strangely enough with Roadwork and also finished The Stand and IT. All were amazing to me. I just picked up Desolation and was wondering what I should read after I finish that. His library of work is so extensive with so many great books it's overwhelming to find what to read next. All I know is whatever I read I can't put down!
You probably mean this one:



To be honest I have not read either Desperation or the other one by Bachman "The Regulators" (I own these books but neither one really appealed to me)

I enjoyed 11/22/63, Joyland, A Good Marriage, Big Driver, Apt Pupil, Misery, On Writing etc. etc. One of his short stories "Crouch End" is quite creepy.

11-22-63 Welcome.JPG
 

GNTLGNT

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I'll echo the Gent's advice. If you're in the mood for shorter reads (after IT and The Stand you must be) try this:
How did you happen to read Roadwork first? Interesting choice. I liked that novel, myself. It sounds like you did, too. Welcome.
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