Wednesday, July 05, 2017

I'm Sure You'll All Agree

Every single Stephen King novella, ranked

5 comments:

Mimi Wolske said...

I can remember reading a book by him writing as something Bachman...I think the book was called "Rage" and I think it was an uncomfortable thriller of a teen getting called to the school office and expelled and in anger he gets a gun...well, I don't know if it's still out there, but that was I book I would add to this "I'm Sure You'll All Agree"

Rick Robinson said...

It's on the list, number 9. So all of these are from another book, none were stand-alone publications?

Steve Oerkfitz said...

I always thought the Bachman books were novels. They were published that way.

Todd Mason said...

King didn't allow RAGE to be republished, but all the Bachman books were originally standalone, till the ominbus reprint.

Anonymous said...

The Long Walk which is #1 on this list is 384 pages long. Sure, it is short by King standards but it is still a novel and not a novella. I always thought that a novella is usually over 15, 000 words and under 40,000 words.

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