I love to read Stephen King however the books can get pretty pricey in Waterstones or WHSmith and so I look to the charity shops where there are so many editions!.

Nearly over half of my King collection is from the charity shop and usually cost me £2 each. Also how amazing is the Waterstones stamp card. It allowed me to buy IT usually £10.99 for only 99p as I had collected all the stamps and had £10 off.

001. IT (99p)
'It was the children who saw - and feel - what made the small town of Derry so horribly different. In the storm drains, in the sewers, IT lurks, taking on the shape of every nightmare, each one's deepest dread.

Time passes and the children grow up, move away and forget. Until they are called back, once more to confront IT as it stirs and coils in the sullen depths of their memories, reaching up again to make their past nightmares a terrible present reality.'

002. Cell (£2)
'Civilazation doesn't end with a bang or a whimper. It ends with a call on your cell phone. What happens on the afternoon of October 1 came to be known as the pulse, a signal sent through every operating cell phone that turns its user into something... well something less than human. Savage, murderous, unthinking - and on a wanton rampage. Terrorist act? cyber prank gone haywire? It really doesn't matter, not to the people who avoided the technological attack. What matters to them is surviving the aftermath. 

Before long a band of them - 'normies' is how they think of themselves - have gathered on the grounds of Gaiten Academy, where the headmaster and one remaining student have something awesome and terrifying to show them on the school's moonlit soccer field. Clearly there can be no escape. The only option is to take them on.'

003. Everything's Eventual (£2)
'A collection of stories by Stephen King which includes 'Riding the bullet', 'Lunch at the Gotham Cafe', '1408', and others.'

004. The Stand (£2)
'This is the way the world ends: with a nanosecond of computer error in a Defence Department laboratory and a million casual contacts that form the links in a chain letter of death.

And here is the bleak new world of the day after: a world stripped of it's institutions and emptied of 99 percent of it's people. A world in which a handful of panicky surveyors choose sides or are chosen. A world in which good rides on the frail shoulders of the 108 - year - old mother Abigail and the worst nightmares of evil are embodied in a man with a lethal smile and unspeakable powers: Randall Flagg, the dark man.

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