- Jul 17, 2012
I read a lot of books by many authors in a wide variety of genres. I usually finish a book in about a week or two depending on the length. Not Stephen King books, though. His books, even the huge door-stoppers like It, get done in one or two days, absolute maximum four. There are authors whose writing I like better, but none whose writing I can burn through like that. Do you feel that way too? Is that your experience? What is it about King's writing that allows you to read them so quickly and sustain your interest for extended amounts of non-stop reading time.