Category: 70s King
The Long Walk
In a future, dystopian America, a group of boys engage in a contest to see who can walk the furthest without stopping. It’s far more intense than you’d expect.
“The Stand” is a classic story of good versus evil on the most epic terms, using a pandemic as the foundation for that story. Does it hold up to its reputation as one of King’s best works?
Breaking down King’s first published story collection, including my two favorites.
Rage is the first of Stephen King’s psychological thrillers. There’s nothing supernatural or dystopian found within these pages; he’s taking a stab at scary realism.
Cabin fever + a kid with psychic abilities + a dad who’s going insane. What could go wrong?
King’s famous vampire novel shows off his incomparable ability to build a large cast in a small town and build that world to perfection.
King’s very first published novel. Was it a preview of King’s genius? A rocky start for a young writer? Read on to find out!