Saturday, September 21, 2013

Ten top Stephen King books

Jake Kerridge, the (London) Telegraph's crime critic, named his top ten Stephen King books.

One title on the list:

The novel that makes every writer nervous about being left alone with somebody who professes to be a big fan. It’s nice to know that somebody cares about your work, but Misery Chastain takes it a bit too far when she kidnaps romantic novelist Paul Sheldon and starts hacking off body parts.
Read about another entry on the list.

Misery is among John Niven's ten best writers in novels, Emerald Fennell's top ten villainesses in literature, and Lesley Glaister’s top ten books about incarceration.

--Marshal Zeringue