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From the Publisher: This book takes a critical look at Stephen King's most iconic works and reads between the lines to uncover the personal influences and demons as reflected in each monster, epidemic, and depraved character. Unseen family photographs and 16 pieces of previously unpublished ephemera - such as handwritten manuscript notes, typed early drafts, lengthy journa From the Publisher: This book takes a critical look at Stephen King's most iconic works and reads between the lines to uncover the personal influences and demons as reflected in each monster, epidemic, and depraved character. Unseen family photographs and 16 pieces of previously unpublished ephemera - such as handwritten manuscript notes, typed early drafts, lengthy journal entries, and doodles for King's college newspaper - complete this tangible tour. Packed with fascinating biographical details, literary interpretations, and personal memorabilia, The Stephen King Illustrated Companion is a must-have addition to any true fan's library. About the author: Bev Vincent is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The Road to the Dark Tower, an authorized companion to King's Dark Tower series. Vincent has published more than fifty of his own short stories. He lives in Texas.


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From the Publisher: This book takes a critical look at Stephen King's most iconic works and reads between the lines to uncover the personal influences and demons as reflected in each monster, epidemic, and depraved character. Unseen family photographs and 16 pieces of previously unpublished ephemera - such as handwritten manuscript notes, typed early drafts, lengthy journa From the Publisher: This book takes a critical look at Stephen King's most iconic works and reads between the lines to uncover the personal influences and demons as reflected in each monster, epidemic, and depraved character. Unseen family photographs and 16 pieces of previously unpublished ephemera - such as handwritten manuscript notes, typed early drafts, lengthy journal entries, and doodles for King's college newspaper - complete this tangible tour. Packed with fascinating biographical details, literary interpretations, and personal memorabilia, The Stephen King Illustrated Companion is a must-have addition to any true fan's library. About the author: Bev Vincent is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The Road to the Dark Tower, an authorized companion to King's Dark Tower series. Vincent has published more than fifty of his own short stories. He lives in Texas.

30 review for Stephen King Illustrated Companion Manuscripts, Correspondence, Drawings, and Memorabilia from the Master of Modern Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shelby *trains flying monkeys*

    HOLY CRAP THIS BOOK IS BEAUTIFUL! I put this book on my paperbackswap.com wish list years ago. It was pretty pricey at the time and it's been sitting there. Until a couple of weeks ago and my number was up. I have been itching to get this book in my greedy little hands. It was worth the wait. It's full of tidbits from King. From ideas of where his stories originated. (The house that was in his mind with Salem's lot) (I took this pic with my phone so excuse if it's crappy) Then it has these little HOLY CRAP THIS BOOK IS BEAUTIFUL! I put this book on my paperbackswap.com wish list years ago. It was pretty pricey at the time and it's been sitting there. Until a couple of weeks ago and my number was up. I have been itching to get this book in my greedy little hands. It was worth the wait. It's full of tidbits from King. From ideas of where his stories originated. (The house that was in his mind with Salem's lot) (I took this pic with my phone so excuse if it's crappy) Then it has these little envelopes scattered throughout it that contain goodies. Then there is of course, photos of King. Check out Becky's review while I go and drool over this sucker.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Knowing my love for King, you might be surprised to learn that I just found out about the existence of this book today. Despite the fact that I am a devoted King fan, and a member of the Stephen King Fan group here on GR, in which there was a thread about this book open since last October, I somehow managed to miss it. But that was kind of fortuitous, as events worked out in such a way as for me to get this book 1/2 price. But even if I hadn't, it would still have been worth every penny. This is Knowing my love for King, you might be surprised to learn that I just found out about the existence of this book today. Despite the fact that I am a devoted King fan, and a member of the Stephen King Fan group here on GR, in which there was a thread about this book open since last October, I somehow managed to miss it. But that was kind of fortuitous, as events worked out in such a way as for me to get this book 1/2 price. But even if I hadn't, it would still have been worth every penny. This is an absolute MUST-HAVE for every King lover. Inside is a plethora of tidbits and relics of King's life and career. Everything from reproductions of sections of the newspaper he and his brother put out as kids, to reproductions of rough drafts of work, sketches, etc. Bev Vincent provides not only a readable and interesting narrative, but also contributes a lot of insight into King's work that I'd never thought of before. It makes me want to go back and read these books with a new eye. (So I think I will! :D) A lot of the information in this book regarding King's life is general knowledge or pulled from the pages of Danse Macabre (which I haven't read yet, but will squeeze in as soon as it lands on my doorstep), On Writing, which I've just read, and quotes from interviews and the like. Most of the major facets of King's life are touched on. His childhood, his early writing career, his inspiration and ideas, The Rock Bottom Remainders, his radio station, his accident (with some touches on "old" King vs "post-accident" King), his relationship with his wife, his philanthropy, his innovation in publishing, and the possibilities the future may hold. Just about everything but the kitchen sink. But I'd have read about that too if they put it in. :) Contained within these pages is a quote which I think sums up most of what I love about King: "...King says, 'I believe these {horror} stories exist because we sometimes need to create unreal monsters and bogies to stand in for all the things we fear in our real lives.' His hope, though, is that 'you don't get scared of monsters-- you get scared for people.' This succinctly describes one of the secrets of King's success-- his books are fundamentally about how people react to stressful circumstances. He makes readers care for his characters, and then throws something catastrophic at them." This quote is in the section dedicated to The Shining, but it's true of all of his work, in my opinion. I love the way that King brings his characters to life. They are more than just words on a page, they could be real people, some that I would love to know, others that I'd avoid like the plague, but real nonetheless. I'm proud to call Stephen King my favorite author. He deserves it. Not only is he able to write characters that make me physically miss them after a while, but he is accessible, and real and good-hearted himself. And yet, literary snobs like Harold Bloom seem to think that he is the "death of the Literary Reader". Pfft. This is twice that old Harold has offended me (three times if you count that he cannot even spell "Tolkien", yet claims to be a fan...). Somebody needs to slap old Harold. He's an idiot. King's response is to say "Harold Bloom has never been very interested in popular culture, and he has no real grasp of popular culture, popular writing, or the places where what we call pop culture crosses what you would call higher culture... What I would really like to do is see Harold Bloom given an injection of sodium pentothol so that he had to tell the truth and say 'Now, Harold, how much Stephen King have you actually read?' And I think the answer would be probably less than one whole book. My guess is he's dipped a few times, and you come to the table with certain prejudices, and naturally you're going to see those prejudices fulfilled." Bravo. How true. Prejudiced is the perfect word to describe Harold Bloom in my opinion. Anyway, enough ranting about Harold. (Although I now wonder if overweight, pimply and pompous poet-wannabe Harold Lauder was modeled after old Harold Bloom? Hmm. The answer does not lie within this book, but if I ever meet King, I'll be sure to ask.) Really, now, enough of the snobs. As I mentioned before, this is a must have for any King fan. Surely the Harold quote is enough to justify the purchase, but really, these 176 pages are jam-packed with memorabilia that shows us (if we didn't know already) that King is a person, and a GOOD one, not just a FAMOUS or a RICH person. He's active in his community, has several charities, and gives back whenever he can, most recently by purchasing bus tickets so that a good-sized chunk of soldiers home from Afghanistan (I think- may have to check which war they were home from) could visit their families for the holidays. So, yes, he deserves to be my favorite author, and he's got a spot on my 'favorite person' list too. :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    It's like stuff you could collect out of Stephen King's garbage and recycling if the restraining order didn't keep you at least 300 yards away! :) It's a cliche, sure, but if you're a dorky stalker-fan such as myself (I mean, I've actually hung out in front of his Bangor home hoping for a glimpse of even a shadow on the curtain), you shouldn't be without this fascinating peek into sections of his life you've probably never seen. Fun, fun, fun -- the paper artist in me just ate up the envelopes ful It's like stuff you could collect out of Stephen King's garbage and recycling if the restraining order didn't keep you at least 300 yards away! :) It's a cliche, sure, but if you're a dorky stalker-fan such as myself (I mean, I've actually hung out in front of his Bangor home hoping for a glimpse of even a shadow on the curtain), you shouldn't be without this fascinating peek into sections of his life you've probably never seen. Fun, fun, fun -- the paper artist in me just ate up the envelopes full of reproductions of things like his first comic book, a story in his high school newspaper and so on, manuscript portions with a copy editor's suggested corrections -- all great stuff. (My only complaint here is why did they HAVE to print "REPRODUCTION" on everything? I suppose it has to do with legal stuff. Oh well.) And one other thing -- I would like to thank the person responsible for the design of the envelopes that hold the reproduction ephemera. Instead of seals that have to be broken, making you wince as you wonder if you're destroying some masterwork, there's an easily moved piece of folded-over cardstock holding the envelope flap together. I want more, please! SK has published -- what are we up to? 60? 70? -- works, and this only covers a fraction of them. I would like to thank GroupOn, whose $20 worth of Barnes & Noble for $10 offer (which I bought BEFORE the Super Bowl ad), led me to this marvelous piece!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kandice

    The text in this book didn't hold a lot of surprises, especially if you're a stalker fan like me, but the pictures alone are worth the price of the book. Throw in the eight glassine envelopes that hold copies of manuscripts, sketches, letters, news articles and pages in King's handwriting and you have a virtual gold mine of memorabilia. I have three other books "about" King, Feast of Fear: Conversations With Stephen King, The Complete Stephen King Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Works o The text in this book didn't hold a lot of surprises, especially if you're a stalker fan like me, but the pictures alone are worth the price of the book. Throw in the eight glassine envelopes that hold copies of manuscripts, sketches, letters, news articles and pages in King's handwriting and you have a virtual gold mine of memorabilia. I have three other books "about" King, Feast of Fear: Conversations With Stephen King, The Complete Stephen King Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Works of America's Master Of.... and The Stephen King Companion, not to mention Danse Macabre and On Writing which are non-fiction and written by King himself and give you plenty of personal insight. It's safe to say I know a lot about the guy. All the little "extras" I could remove, touch and feel were what made me love this book more than the others. This is a "must have" for any true King stalker fan.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    For Stephen King fans and non-fans alike, a deeper look into the author and his life. With a couple of exceptions, each chapter focuses on one of King's bestselling novels: ~The Shining ~The Stand ~The Dead Zone ~Pet Sematary ~It ~Misery ~The Green Mile ~Bag of Bones ~The Dark Tower series ~Lisey's Story Also included are stories about other events that were going on at the times when these books were written and released. Insights are revealed concerning inspirations for the stories. Several chapters includ For Stephen King fans and non-fans alike, a deeper look into the author and his life. With a couple of exceptions, each chapter focuses on one of King's bestselling novels: ~The Shining ~The Stand ~The Dead Zone ~Pet Sematary ~It ~Misery ~The Green Mile ~Bag of Bones ~The Dark Tower series ~Lisey's Story Also included are stories about other events that were going on at the times when these books were written and released. Insights are revealed concerning inspirations for the stories. Several chapters include copies of memorabilia such as manuscripts excerpts, correspondences, illustrations, and articles by and/or concerning King and others around him. Packed with color photographs and intriguing sidebars, this biographical work is sure to keep your interest , or spark what was not there before. It certainly sparked my curiosity into several littler-known books, novellas, and short stories that I had never heard of before. This is one of the rare books associated with Stephen King that you actually can read in the dark with a flashlight if you are so inclined!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tobin Elliott

    My only complaint...and it's a minor one, because Bev Vincent definitely did his homework here, is that I would have enjoyed an even deeper dive into the books. Why did King choose the characters he did? Why did he take the story in that particular direction? That sort of thing. But that's the writer in me asking for that stuff. All in all, an enjoyable read and an informative look into the mind of Stephen King.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Daniel

    Wonderful! Tons of photos of the master of horror & every few pages a bonus surprise, like a facsimle of his highschool newspaper that he wrote for. I discovered many new bits of trivia and the story behind the story on many of his most known works. SK always has been and always be my favorite! Wonderful! Tons of photos of the master of horror & every few pages a bonus surprise, like a facsimle of his highschool newspaper that he wrote for. I discovered many new bits of trivia and the story behind the story on many of his most known works. SK always has been and always be my favorite!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    My son gave me this for Christmas ... it is awesome !

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lew

    I'm not a super-fan but I have read more books by Stephen King than any other author. I read The Shining back in 1978 and have stayed a avid reader since then. This is a great book covering most of King's more popular books. There is a treasure trove of Stephen King photos for the die-hard/stalker fans (I'm not). I'm not fan such that I followed King's personal life so I found a lot interesting facts about him here. I won't recommended it for casual fans as the author does discuss how some books I'm not a super-fan but I have read more books by Stephen King than any other author. I read The Shining back in 1978 and have stayed a avid reader since then. This is a great book covering most of King's more popular books. There is a treasure trove of Stephen King photos for the die-hard/stalker fans (I'm not). I'm not fan such that I followed King's personal life so I found a lot interesting facts about him here. I won't recommended it for casual fans as the author does discuss how some books end. The die-hard fans may find nothing new but should like all the photos of King and other memorabilia related to his books and TV/movie adaptions.

  10. 4 out of 5

    {erika}

    Owned this book for 10 years since my days working at Borders and finally read it cover to cover. I didn't expect the writing and narrative it covers of his life to be so well put together. Brilliant use of quotes, photos, and old copies of odds and ends he wrote or revised. Definitely a few things I didn't know about, and I see that the SK Tour I went to in Maine in 2015 is mentioned which made me extra happy.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lorena Drapeau

    I've owned this book for years and never picked it up. I enjoyed the photos and tid bits that I didn't know about him. Well worth the time for any king lover. It is something you can just read one page of and then come back to it later.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    This book is AWESOME! It gives some details about his life, but it really gives in-depth detail about different books and how he came up with the ideas for them. There are pictures of letters and manuscripts, funky book covers, and different anecdotes about his books. What a great read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    I cannot believe that I found this book in mint condition for 20$ at a half price book store! This book is a great addition to any collector of SK. I learned so much about his life and inspirations from reading it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gracie

    Super interesting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    Very cool! Packed with details about the author and his prolific career...should be part of any fan's collection!

  16. 5 out of 5

    wendy

    nothing groundbreaking but great photos & enclosures. nothing groundbreaking but great photos & enclosures.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette

    Really interesting and lots of cool ephemera. I got the book for only $7.50 so well worth the price. I enjoyed the plethora of photos that I've never seen before.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Moore

    A must-read for the King's fans. I've always gotten a *chuckle* out of readers (I hope they're 'readers' and not just the General Public) who ask Stephen King such an inane question as "where do you get your ideas?" He has, over the years, freely shared from whence his ideas pour. I grimace when people assume writers who produce strange works must be strange -- not always so. I used to follow Stephen King, reading about him, and his writing, in addition to his works, until I pondered whether I wa A must-read for the King's fans. I've always gotten a *chuckle* out of readers (I hope they're 'readers' and not just the General Public) who ask Stephen King such an inane question as "where do you get your ideas?" He has, over the years, freely shared from whence his ideas pour. I grimace when people assume writers who produce strange works must be strange -- not always so. I used to follow Stephen King, reading about him, and his writing, in addition to his works, until I pondered whether I was becoming the MC in Misery, myself. Stephen King is a most interesting persona, in his own right, and I enjoyed this work given to me on one of my birthdays by a good friend and King fan himself. If you like most things 'Stephen King,' you might also enjoy his wife, Tabitha King, and her books, and his son's recent publications (see Joe Hill). It is great fun to stumble upon short pieces King has in periodicals like The New Yorker, too. King has given such a wealth of works to the Horror genre, many of my own personal favorites come from his collection of novellas and short stories. To say he only writes 'horror,' however, is a bit misleading. For me, what the author does is delve into the depths of those dark recesses, whether in our minds or elsewhere.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Casey Rafn

    Bought it from the clearance bin. I wonder who this book is actually for? It includes rather lengthy summaries (with spoilers) of King's well-known works. Wouldn't the ardent fan already know these stories? And if somebody doesn't, wouldn't they rather not know the endings? I appreciated the large pictures of covers and movie adaptations, but seeing King's face every fifth page gets a little ooky after a while. The writing style just seems like a poised college paper (complete with footnotes!). Bought it from the clearance bin. I wonder who this book is actually for? It includes rather lengthy summaries (with spoilers) of King's well-known works. Wouldn't the ardent fan already know these stories? And if somebody doesn't, wouldn't they rather not know the endings? I appreciated the large pictures of covers and movie adaptations, but seeing King's face every fifth page gets a little ooky after a while. The writing style just seems like a poised college paper (complete with footnotes!). I also felt like I was just reading a bloated magazine article; the column format with the big quotes in the middle. The random factoid aside columns were interesting (including the negative review by Harold Bloom) but disturbed the flow of reading. The stuff I was actually interested in—his inspiration, creative process, biography—was there but crammed between piles of mundanity. Some nonsensical sentences and grammar/spelling errors make me wonder if the editor was as bored as I was. I still like King, though. He comes across as amicable and just a smart businessman. Despite this weird, academic, oversized magazine article, I look forward to reading something by him soon.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jay Jessmer

    I thoroughly enjoyed this glimpse into the mind and workings of one of the most gifted authors of our time. This book takes a look at the thought process and inspirations behind some of King's most popular novels. After reading so many of these stories, it was fascinating to see the intricacies that went into the development of them. It was very interesting to me to realize how many stories were at one time started, only to be abandoned, and then revisited years later. The glimpses at so much o I thoroughly enjoyed this glimpse into the mind and workings of one of the most gifted authors of our time. This book takes a look at the thought process and inspirations behind some of King's most popular novels. After reading so many of these stories, it was fascinating to see the intricacies that went into the development of them. It was very interesting to me to realize how many stories were at one time started, only to be abandoned, and then revisited years later. The glimpses at so much of the author's memorabilia was also pretty neat to see. Anyone who has read King knows that he typically has a little blurb with some behind the scenes info at the end of each book. This companion expands on some of those thoughts and gives us, the constant reader, a chance to experience a master at his craft. One of the most important things I took away from this was how much King truly cares about the stories and the high standard that he places upon himself. If you are a fan, and you need something to fill a little time, I highly recommend this to you.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Any Stephen King fan would love perusing this sort-of coffee table book featuring analysis of many of his books, biographical information, quotes from King, photos, and various other odds and ends. The section on the Shining was probably my favorite, he talks about realizing that writing about Jack Torrance was really writing about himself. The real draw here is the removable facsimiles of various documents from his history, including typewritten pages with handwritten corrections, his first "pu Any Stephen King fan would love perusing this sort-of coffee table book featuring analysis of many of his books, biographical information, quotes from King, photos, and various other odds and ends. The section on the Shining was probably my favorite, he talks about realizing that writing about Jack Torrance was really writing about himself. The real draw here is the removable facsimiles of various documents from his history, including typewritten pages with handwritten corrections, his first "published" work in a 1960s zine called "Comics Review," his high school newspaper, the first issue of the Castle Rock fan newsletter, and other things like that. Bev Vincent also wrote the The Dark Tower Companion: A Guide to Stephen King's Epic Fantasy.

  22. 4 out of 5

    stephanie ✿

    This book was all sorts of marvelous. Not only is it full of interesting things about this brilliant author, but it also has little goodies for you to get your hands on. Copies of manuscripts of first drafts, handwritten editing, handwritten stories, you name it. It's almost as if you went digging through things you shouldn't have. There was plenty of things within this that I already knew, mainly from reading Stephen King's 'On Writing', but it was still very informative. The only thing I would This book was all sorts of marvelous. Not only is it full of interesting things about this brilliant author, but it also has little goodies for you to get your hands on. Copies of manuscripts of first drafts, handwritten editing, handwritten stories, you name it. It's almost as if you went digging through things you shouldn't have. There was plenty of things within this that I already knew, mainly from reading Stephen King's 'On Writing', but it was still very informative. The only thing I would watch out for: it may spoil some of King's books that you may not have read yet. Vincent goes into detail about several books and I know I haven't ready every book of King's that is discussed. Sometimes it gave me more information than I would have wanted before reading it. Other than that, I would seriously recommend any King fan to get their hands on this!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    As an avid King fan and Constant Reader, there honestly was not a lot of information new to me in this book. Many of the same anecdotes and major parts of King's life I'd previously read. Further, at times the summaries of King's work are gratuitous and intricately detailed, which sort of negates the reason to read his books in the first place. That said, I found the most interesting parts of this book to be the photographs and documents such as early drafts of books and correspondence. If you'r As an avid King fan and Constant Reader, there honestly was not a lot of information new to me in this book. Many of the same anecdotes and major parts of King's life I'd previously read. Further, at times the summaries of King's work are gratuitous and intricately detailed, which sort of negates the reason to read his books in the first place. That said, I found the most interesting parts of this book to be the photographs and documents such as early drafts of books and correspondence. If you're a King fan, you will probably enjoy this book. If you're a King fanatic, you probably don't need it, but you'll buy it anyway because you're like that.

  24. 4 out of 5

    La Fuente

    Excellent read! I love getting the behind-the-scenes stories on some of King's popular works, and the reprints of handwritten drafts and other miscellanea is a HUGE bonus for a life-long King fan such as myself. Now I want to go back and re-read all of my favorites all over again (Needful Things, It, Salem's Lot, The Stand, The Tommyknockers, Desperation, Under the Dome...). If there's any complaint it's an unfair one -- I wish the book was longer and went into the process behind the creation of Excellent read! I love getting the behind-the-scenes stories on some of King's popular works, and the reprints of handwritten drafts and other miscellanea is a HUGE bonus for a life-long King fan such as myself. Now I want to go back and re-read all of my favorites all over again (Needful Things, It, Salem's Lot, The Stand, The Tommyknockers, Desperation, Under the Dome...). If there's any complaint it's an unfair one -- I wish the book was longer and went into the process behind the creation of even more of his great novels. Thanks, Corey!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Craig

    I don't believe that King participated in the compilation of this volume; there are numerous quotes, but all are marked with footnotes attributing them elsewhere, but it does compile an amazing amount of fascinating trivia, curiosities, and photographs. There are many cool little glassine pockets affixed every so often that contain reproductions of manuscripts in various stages of production, some early fanzine appearences, some early fan-club newsletter pages, correspondence, etc. All in all, a I don't believe that King participated in the compilation of this volume; there are numerous quotes, but all are marked with footnotes attributing them elsewhere, but it does compile an amazing amount of fascinating trivia, curiosities, and photographs. There are many cool little glassine pockets affixed every so often that contain reproductions of manuscripts in various stages of production, some early fanzine appearences, some early fan-club newsletter pages, correspondence, etc. All in all, a real treat for hardcore Constant Readers.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linds

    The quotes in this book are mostly a rehash of On Writing, Stephen King's excellent memoir. What makes this book special is that it ties in the biographical details into the catalog of his works. The book has a lot of inserts of rough drafts complete with corrections. While they're interesting, it's annoying and gimmicky to take them out of the envelopes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Todd

    This is a GREAT book to have on the shelf even if your not a King Fan. I have enjoyed learning about his history and path to get where he is in his writing carreer. This book includes copies of manuscripts and other pieces of his history. I found this on the discount shelf at Barnes & Noble and am very happy I picked it up. This is a GREAT book to have on the shelf even if your not a King Fan. I have enjoyed learning about his history and path to get where he is in his writing carreer. This book includes copies of manuscripts and other pieces of his history. I found this on the discount shelf at Barnes & Noble and am very happy I picked it up.

  28. 4 out of 5

    April (The Steadfast Reader)

    This is really a coffee table book, but it's still enchanting. A must have for hard-core Stephen King fans. It features reproductions of pieces of copy edited manuscripts in folders that can be pulled out of each chapter. Rarely seen photos and insight on some of his most important novels up through 'Under the Dome'.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alice Rachel

    This is an essential read for fans of Stephen King! It was so good. I learned a lot about his life, the themes in his writing... All the cool little features that you find in the transparent envelopes throughout the book are just awesome. I got this book on bargain at Barnes and Noble, totally worth it!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    An extremely interesting book that gives insights to Stephen King's life and books. It includes many pictures as well as copies of notes, parts of manuscripts, drawings and much more. A great book for an Stephen King fan.

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