How much does Stephen King read?
And even with all of these obligations, Stephen King is also an avid reader (he reads about 80 books per year), and as he famously says in his memoir On Writing, “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write.
What is the scariest book to read?
Hell House, by Richard Matheson. The Stand, by Stephen King. Haunted, by Chuck Palahniuk. Dawn, by Octavia Butler. The Ruins, by Scott Smith. Bird Box, by Josh Malerman. Ghost Story, by Peter Straub. Beloved, by Toni Morrison. If you don’t think of Beloved as a horror story, you haven’t been paying attention.
What should I read if I like Stephen King?
Novels from Authors Like Stephen KingEdgar Cantero. Scooby Doo, Stranger Things, and Stephen King’s IT are in many ways all ancestors of Edgar Cantero’s delightful, eldritch Meddling Kids. Amy Lukavics. Josh Malerman. Scott Thomas. Jennifer McMahon. Christa Carmen. Cynthia Pelayo.
What is Stephen King’s IQ?
Augusta, ME (AP) – A leak from the records division of the Maine State Board of Education has revealed that Stephen King, the best-selling horror author of all-time, has an IQ of 40.
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Is Stephen King religious?
King was raised Methodist, but lost his belief in organized religion while in high school. While no longer religious, he says he chooses to believe in the existence of God.
Is the stand scary?
It’s not scary at all, aside from a couple of tense moments. It’s a thriller/supernatural/post-apocalyptic story. I think the novel is more thought-provoking than traditionally scary. There’s some gross moments, and there is plenty of suspense, but I wouldn’t call the novel “scary.”
What is Stephen King’s longest book?
What genre is the stand?
Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fictionFantasy Fiction