Stephen King Project

July 2, 2014
For some time now I've considered working my way through all of Stephen King's books. I've been a fan of his work since I was a teen (I wish I could remember which book of his was the first I read, it was either The Gunslinger, Different Seasons, or The Green Mile.) Listening to the audio book of Cell recently, has reminded me of my love for King's books and I've decided to start my own Stephen King Project.
I'll be working my way via chronological publication dates, including the books I've already read. I'll also be doing this challenge via audio books because I can listen to them while I continue reading physical/digital review books.

Books in blue = read in the past
Titles in green = read and includes a link to my review

1. Carrie (1974)
2. ‘Salem’s Lot (1975) - first read approx 2010
3. The Shining (1977)
4. Rage (as Richard Bachman) (1977)
5. Night Shift (collection) (1978)
6. The Stand (1978)
7. The Long Walk (as Richard Bachman) (1979) - first read approx 2000
8. The Dead Zone (1979)
9. Firestarter (1980)
10. Roadwork (as Richard Bachman) (1981)
11. Cujo (1981)
12. Danse Macabre (1981)
13. Different Seasons (1982) - first read approx 1998
14. The Running Man (as Richard Bachman) (1982)
15. The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger (1982) - first read approx 1999
16. Christine (1983)
17. Pet Sematary (1983)
18. Cycle of the Werewolf (novelette) (1983)
19. The Talisman (1984)
20. Thinner (as Richard Bachman) (1984)
21. Skeleton Crew (1985)
22. It (1986)
23. The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three (1987) - first read approx 1999
24. The Eyes of the Dragon (1987) - first read December 2013
25. Misery (1987) - first read approx 2010
26. The Tommyknockers (1987)
27. Nightmares in the Sky (1988)
28. The Dark Half (1989)
29. Four Past Midnight (1990)
30. Needful Things (1991)
31. The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands (1991) - first read approx 2000
32. Gerald’s Game (1992)
33. Dolores Claiborne (1992)
34. Nightmares and Dreamscapes (1993) - first read approx 2000
35. Insomnia (1994) - first read approx 2010
36. Rose Madder (1995)
37. The Green Mile (1996) - first read approx 1998
38. Desperation (1996) - first read approx 1999
39. The Regulators (as Richard Bachman) (1996) - first read approx 1999
40. The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass (1997) - first read approx 2000
41. Bag of Bones (1998) - first read approx 1999
4342The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon (1999) - first read approx 2000
43. Hearts in Atlantis (1999) - first read approx 2000
44. Secret Windows (2000)
45. On Writing (2000) - first read approx 2001
46. Dreamcatcher (2001)
47. Black House (2001)
48. From a Buick 8 (2002)
49. Everything’s Eventual (2002)
50. The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla (2003) - first read approx 2003
51. The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah (2004) - first read approx 2004
52. The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower (2004) - first read approx 2004
53. Faithful (2004)
54. The Colorado Kid (2005)
55. Cell (2006)
56. Lisey’s Story (2006)
57. Blaze (as Richard Bachman) (2007)
58. Duma Key (2008)
59. Just After Sunset (2008)
60. Under the Dome (2009)
61. UR (2009)
62. Blockade Billy (novella, with bonus story Morality) (2010)
63. Full Dark, No Stars (collection) (2010)
64. Mile 81 (e-book) (2011)
65. 11/22/63 (2011)
66. Throttle (with Joe Hill) (2012)
67. In the Tall Grass (with Joe Hill) (2012)
68. The Dark Tower VII: The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012) - first read May 2012
69. Doctor Sleep (2013)
70. Joyland (2013)
71. Mr. Mercedes (2014)
72. Revival (2014)


 Also check out The SK Project and Fourth Street Reviews 



2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! He has so many books! I've been meaning to read a few of his too! (I wish my library had ebooks, though, as I always seem to read books on my kindle before actual physical books).

    I've only read The Long Walk and The running Man ~ both I loved! I also read half of The STand but burnt out on it.

    Good luck with this! x

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  2. I love King. I found his Rose Madder particularly disturbing, apart from the usual culprits - The Shining and Doctor Sleep. He never fails to give me the nightmares.

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