Top 15 Stephen King Books - ListverseAdd to Bag. To Be Determined: The Institute. The children are watched over by the cruel, exacting director Mrs. The Tommyknockers. King has been open about his past drug abuse and other issues, and admits he wrote this book while high as a kite.
Under the Dome by Stephen King--Book Review
The following is a complete list of books published by Stephen King , an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy. His books have sold more than million copies,  and many of them have been adapted into feature films, television movies and comic books. King has published 83 novels, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman , and five non-fiction books.
Top 15 Stephen King Books
Stephen King's It: Chapter Two is now hitting theaters, so it's no surprise that Hollywood is dishing out King-inspired media faster than ever before. Mercedes and The Mist , Stephen King's stories have never been more popular among thrill-seekers. Newcomers to King's prolific works often find it tough to decide which book to start with. While it's nearly impossible to narrow down King's exhaustive body of work to just 10 novels and everyone has their own favorites , we've provided a list of what we consider his greatest hits. Let's start with the honorable mentions: Needful Things , Thinner , and Pet Sematary were narrowly squeezed out but are worth exploring if you find yourself looking for more. The Dark Tower series is also masterful but didn't make the list because no single book does it justice. That's one epic that needs to be appreciated as a complete body of work.
These should be on every horror fan's list.
Top 10 Stephen King Books
Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors in the world, with more than 50 books in print, and more coming out every year. He also happens to be one of my favorite storytellers, an author I've read more than any other. In fact, I've read every book he's ever written, so that puts me in the unique position of being a "constant reader," as he calls us in his introductions — not an expert, but certainly a passionate follower and devout fan, though not his "number one fan. When it comes to putting together an "essential" reading list, I'm sure many books will be left off, some of your favorites, perhaps. But I had to whittle this down to what I consider his best work, his most important books.
Stephen King introduced me to horror. He got me addicted to reading. I try to devour anything he writes, and most of the time, I am not left disappointed. He is my favorite writer, so obviously I felt compelled to summarize every one of his books using the character limits of Twitter. And yes, I realize someday I will have to explain to my grandchildren why I spent an entire Sunday writing this article. Until then….