The Stephen King Illustrated Companion: Manuscripts, Correspondence, Drawings, and Memorabilia From the Master of Modern Horror Horror Book Review
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From the Publisher: This book takes a critical look at Stephen King’s most iconic works and reads between the lines to uncover the personal influences and demons as reflected in each monster, epidemic, and depraved character. Unseen family photographs and 16 pieces of previously unpublished ephemera - such as handwritten manuscript notes, typed early drafts, lengthy journal entries, and doodles for King’s college newspaper - complete this tangible tour. Packed with fascinating biographical details, literary interpretations, and personal memorabilia, The Stephen King Illustrated Companion is a must-have addition to any true fan’s library.
About the author: Bev Vincent is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of The Road to the Dark Tower, an authorized companion to King’s Dark Tower series. Vincent has published more than fifty of his own short stories. He lives in Texas.