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With echoes of Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon and the work of Graham Greene, one of the world's great storytellers presents a surprising tale that explores the nature of mystery itself Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers.

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Price may vary by retailer. About The Book. About The Author. To be fair and quote him accurately, he says: "Depending on whether you liked or hated The Colorado Kid I think for many people there'll be no middle ground on this one, and that's fine with me you have my friend Scott to blame.

I included the entire quote, but I want you to focus in on the part within the parentheses. I don't care that King doesn't mind that some people will hate it, but I do care that he knew some people would.

My overactive brain can math good so I will put two and two together. Hard Case Crime called and asked King if he wanted to be a part of their newborn pulp throwbacks. He said sure, but had nothing to give them.

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He could have given them Blaze but that shit needed some modernizing, and well, fuck that noise. He was a busy guy. But wait Some people are going to fucking hate that shit but He didn't need the paycheck at this point in his career, but he wanted to be a part of something that was showcasing and paying tribute to his heroes.

He's a dork, a nerd, like most of us, and he wanted to be a part of something cool. Do you blame him? I kinda do. Dear Stephen King, you could have done better. We're not accepting this.

We don't want your leftovers and neither do your fans. I accept that as an adequate apology for The Colorado Kid, but this tiny-ass book still grinds my gears. Final Judgment: It should be hated for the right reasons. Personal with bonus short story Not a Drill.

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Night Shift. Black House. John Joseph Adams.Helen Hafner grimaced. Vince looked more satisfied than ever. Full Dark, No Stars. Thread Tools.

It's also short and quick, so I'm not unhappy about the time I spent reading it. But King is taking a different approach with Joyland, which editor Charles Ardai called "a breathtaking, beautiful, heartbreaking" book.

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Oh, leave on a bit, Vince said, but bring us a check when you like, Helen. Yes, Stephanie said, and looked at him with reproachful eyes as she drank the rest of her iced tea.

The Dark Tower II. So I have read King in this order so far: The Shining, Carrie, Misery and I currently reading It — I appreciate that this is chronological chaos but then should I really read King in any type of chronology?