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Favorite favorite? I really liked that short story "The Jaunt". Simple but it stuck with me for some reason. "Misery" was really good at making you feel bad, but favorite? Idk man.
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I've not really enjoyed what I've read of his but The Green Mile was amazing on screen. haven't read that one though. Not really my sort of genre, so not been inclined to get more into him.
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Green mile was too long and boring tho
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Green mile was too long and boring tho

Green Kilometer probably would have done the job IMO.
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Yeh that is true a lot of them are about an everyday objects becoming sentient and evil, but somehow he still makes them scary. Well most of them.


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Green Kilometer probably would have done the job IMO.

Green about 1.6 kilometers
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Anyway probably the 2nd Dark Tower book I just like it
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Green about 1.6 kilometers

What would be the point in that if the book was too long?
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#13
It would make the book funnier
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#14
I just finished rereading Duma Key which is my fav out of the ones I've read.
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I just finished rereading Duma Key which is my fav out of the ones I've read.

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Really really liked that book. it was like a surreal painting transcribed into writing, just had this really good feel to it. Loved it.

A close contender would be IT.
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Favorite favorite? I really liked that short story "The Jaunt". Simple but it stuck with me for some reason. "Misery" was really good at making you feel bad, but favorite? Idk man.


Lol, I actually read both Misery and Skeleton Crew (the short story collection that contains The Jaunt) last month. Both very good.


Stephen King is basically all I read anymore. My favorite of his is definitely The Green Mile. Haven't seen the movie yet tho.
Second favorite is IT. I've read it like 5 or 6 times over the past 5 years.

I always preorder all of his stuff :p
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Never read his books but I liked the mini series of the Langoliers, cos the idea behind it was pretty cool and also the adaptation was hilariously bad.
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Stephen King is the coolest author ever! I love "Pet Sematary", "Kujo" and "It" so freakin much!