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    Quote Originally Posted by GTG View Post
    Hi from Wales UK ( the little place next to England ). I joined because i have about 25 King books and i don`t really know where to start. My plan was to list the collection and ask members for a sort of recommended reading order. Plus if there are any i should get to add to the experience ( i have access to many from the library or could purchase ) Thanks
    Welcome GTG! I think the safest bet is to simply start from the beginning. Here’s a list of King’s works in order of publication. That’s how I’m making my way through it all because I don’t want to miss out on any connections between his multitude of stories. Apparently there are a lot of connections, too.

    http://www.stephenkingrevisited.com/...reading-lists/
    Looking for Mister Slaughter S/L #78

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTG View Post
    Hi from Wales UK ( the little place next to England ). I joined because i have about 25 King books and i don`t really know where to start. My plan was to list the collection and ask members for a sort of recommended reading order. Plus if there are any i should get to add to the experience ( i have access to many from the library or could purchase ) Thanks
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    Howdy from Texas. I've been reading King since I was in Junior High, and started collecting first editions when I realized most of the King books I had were already first editions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Houston View Post
    Howdy from Texas. I've been reading King since I was in Junior High, and started collecting first editions when I realized most of the King books I had were already first editions.
    Welcome! The Calvin’s Corner sub-forum has all the collecting stuff. Check it out!
    Looking for Mister Slaughter S/L #78

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Houston View Post
    Howdy from Texas. I've been reading King since I was in Junior High, and started collecting first editions when I realized most of the King books I had were already first editions.
    Glad to have you here. Now startup a thread so we can see all your first editions. The pics don't take themselves you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Houston View Post
    Howdy from Texas. I've been reading King since I was in Junior High, and started collecting first editions when I realized most of the King books I had were already first editions.
    Welcome!
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    Welcome new folks!!
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    Hello. I've just started reading The Gunslinger. He's telling Brown about Tull.. yup right at the start.
    I was friends with Chtorrwar19 IRL and that's how I found this place about 10 or 11 months ago now. I have only just now raised the courage to pick up a Steven King book, I'm very affected by accounts of violence or sadness. I tend to kind of live what I read and watch.
    But it is because of Chtorrwar19 and her sense of wonder in the fantastic-ness of the worlds and characters in Steven King's stories and her obvious high estimation of his writing that it has been playing in my mind for quite some time now and I've finally gathered the courage to start. I could have listened to her talking about the stories indefinitely, I was just so captivated. And so, I have bought the book, I've turned to the start and I have read "The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed."
    I'm a little apprehensive about it... I generally really, really feel like I want people to be OK as I go through the story.. but it is Steven King, so.. yeah.
    I only really know of four characters so far; The Gunslinger, the Sorcerer (man in black), Bown and Zoltan, the bird. So it's a little early for me to be picking favourites.
    So, obvioulsy, I'm also living in Wellington, New Zealand. I'm 39, but I've matured in an odd sort of way and have been pretty naive about certain, unpleasant realities of life. It's actually due to my recent, rude awakening to that fact that I feel like I actually should look into darker concepts and now may be the time for me to face Steven King.
    I asked Chtorrwar19 what her favorite Steven King book is, thinking I might take a look, and she said IT... so, I decided not to start there.
    I don't have a nickname, but it would be so great if somebody were to bestow one upon me one day.
    As a side, I was amazed by the number of Steven King comics, I had no idea that there were any and there are a lot.
    I'm looking forward (with apprehension) to the immersion.

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    Welcome!
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    Welcome Recouper. Don't worry, in a month you will fit right in. Just go at your own pace and you will be fine. And don't be apprehensive. Be excited that you took the first step.

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    Welcome!
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    Hello there!!! Just want to say i'm a big fan of the Dark Tower

    How did you discover the Dark Tower? I read the Gunslinger back when i was a teenager, since then discovered the Jae Lee comics and heard the audiobooks.

    Who is your favorite character? My favorite character is Roland of course.

    What is your favorite book? The Dark Tower> is my favorite book. The part when Roland gets his guns is fixed in my memory.

    How old are you? I think i'm 48 years old.

    Where are you from? I was born in Honduras!!!!

    do you have a nickname? not any good ones .

    how did you find this site? I found this site because I'm trying to find out more about an artwork that comes in The Little Sisters of Eluria novella.

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    [IMG][/IMG]

    I couldn't find much on the internet.
    I think the artist is Erik Wilson

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    Welcome, Recouper and Cesario!
    Looking for Mister Slaughter S/L #78

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    Welcome, Cesario!
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    Welcome, Recouper and Cesario!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cesario View Post
    [IMG][/IMG]

    I couldn't find much on the internet.
    I think the artist is Erik Wilson
    Welcome, Cesario!

    What version of the book is that image from?
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    Hey!!1
    The image when i saw it was on a hardcover of Legends: Masters of Modern Fantasy. An anthology where Stephen King came out with The Little Sisters of Eluria of the Dark Tower universe.
    I believe the images were commissioned by SK.
    I was just very intrigued by the image, I thought it was pretty cool.

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    You're correct. The book credits Erik Wilson.
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