At first, Kelly's take on "Joyland" seems unsure. Then, something astounding happens: he hits dialogue, and everything ramps up. Voices, it seems, help Michael Kelly find his voice.
Like the six volumes before it, this is an anthology of rare quality, a collection of contemporary fiction that provides an excellent snapshot of where the genre stands today, and a roadmap to where it’s going.
Interactive eBooks are continuing to evolve, and these new King releases take the concept to the next level.
In King's story, our protagonist is given a choice about how to react to the bad things he’s done in his life, and to the people he’s hurt. Whether or not he makes the right choice is up for the reader to decide.
One of the main attractions at this year’s Comicpalooza in Houston was the three-day "Dollar Baby Film Festival" organized by Shawn S. Lealos, featuring short films based on Stephen King's stories or novellas, which King allows filmmakers to option for one dollar.
In a rare interview, the literary legend talks about “Joyland” and “Under the Dome,” and reminisces about his favorite childhood reading. Check out the highlights here!
All of these winks to his father’s career could have derailed N0S4A2 if it wasn’t Joe Hill’s strongest, scariest novel yet.
There’s a certain flavor to Stephen King’s 1970s novels that goes deeper than theme and tone and even feel. King has somehow captured that exact flavor again with his new novel.
Bad Robot options the Stephen King property for television.