The ‘King of Horror’ managed to gain his peak popularity through his commendable wit horror. Here are 7 Best Non-Horror Books by Stephen King.
A man escapes from a biological testing center and he sets in a motion of lethal effect, spreading a strain of flu capable of wiping out 99 percent of the human.
In this book in ten chapters, Stephen King delivers one vibrant observation after another regarding great books, films, and stories that include the genre.
A kingdom is in distress with the death of the king due to a strange poison. While Delain was mourning, the wizard Flagg hatches a crooked plot.
Something surreal was going on in the small town of Bobbi Anderson, Maine. Something offered extraordinary and unimaginable powers.
This is part master class and part memoir. It discloses the practical viewpoint of Stephen King’s craft, including all the tools that all writers must-have.
The Dark Tower is about Roland Deschain, the last gunslinger of Mid-World. Roland is travelling across a post-apocalyptic landscape.
The story is set in 1973 – in a small town of a North Carolina amusement park. It is about a summer in which Devin Jones, a college student works as a carny to move on from heartbreak.