Stephen King’s Top 10 All-Time Favorite Books

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So you might think that if Stephen King – the guy who wrote such horror classics like Carrie and The Stand – were to rattle off his top ten favorite books, it would feature works by the likes of Edgar Allan PoeH. P. Lovecraft or maybe J. R. R. Tolkien — authors who have, like King, created enduring dark, Gothic worlds filled with supernatural events and malevolent forces. But you’d be wrong. Author J. Peder Zane asked scores of writers about their favorite novels for his 2007 book The Top Ten: Writers Pick Their Favorite Books. The list King submitted in reply appears below. We’ve added links to the texts that you can read for free online, taken from our collection, 700 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices.

1. The Golden Argosy, The Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language – edited by…

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