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PostPosted: Sun Dec 15, 2002 3:35 am  Post subject: E Books: Steven King
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Whoever did this spelled cycle wrong
Steven_King_Cycel_of_the_Werewolf.pdf

Stephen King - Insomnia.pdf
Stephen King - Needful Things.pdf
Stephen King - The Plant - 01.pdf
Stephen King - The Plant - 02.pdf
Stephen King - The Plant - 03.pdf
Stephen King - The Plant - 04.pdf
Stephen King - The Plant - 05.pdf
Stephen King - The Stand.pdf
Stephen King Dreamcatcher.pdf
Stephen King The Green Mile.pdf







I have quite a few of his books on my hd, but i didnt get them from the donkey. There are 44 that i have, and alltogether they are about 10mb. I'll list them and put them into a .rar file.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 4:17 pm  Post subject:
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King,.Stephen.-.Collection.rar

-this has---
King, Stephen - An Evening At Gods.htm
King, Stephen - Before The Play (TV Guide).htm
King, Stephen - Carrie.htm
King, Stephen - Carrie.txt
King, Stephen - Cujo.htm
King, Stephen - Cycle Of The Werewolf.htm
King, Stephen - Different Seasons.doc
King, Stephen - Dolores Claiborne.htm
King, Stephen - Dreamcatcher.pdf
King, Stephen - Four Past Midnight 1 - Introduction.html
King, Stephen - Four Past Midnight 2 - The Langoliers.html
King, Stephen - Four Past Midnight 3 - Secret Window, Secret Garden.html
King, Stephen - Four Past Midnight 4 - The Sun Dog.html
King, Stephen - Four Past Midnight 5 - The Library Policeman.html
King, Stephen - From A Buick 8.pdf
King, Stephen - From a Buick 8.rtf
King, Stephen - Hearts in Atlantis.doc
King, Stephen - Jhonathan and the Witches.htm
King, Stephen - Mist.htm
King, Stephen - Needful Things.txt
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Battleground.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Children of the Corn.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Foreward.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Graveyard Shift.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Grey Matter.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - I Am The Doorway.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - I Know What You Need.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Introduction.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Jerusalems Lot.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Night Surf.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - One For The Road.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Quitters.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Sometimes They Come Back.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Strawberry Spring.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Boogeyman.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Last Rung On The Ladder.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Lawnmower Man.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Ledge.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Man Who Loved Flowers.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Mangler.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - The Woman In The Room.html
King, Stephen - Night Shift - Trucks.html
King, Stephen - Nightmares and Dreamscapes - Dolan's Cadillac.htm
King, Stephen - Nightmares and Dreamscapes - Introduction.htm
King, Stephen - Nightmares and Dreamscapes - Suffer The Little Children.htm
King, Stephen - Nightmares and Dreamscapes - The End of the Whole Mess.htm
King, Stephen - Nightmares and Dreamscapes - Umney's Last Case.txt
King, Stephen - Pet Sematary.htm
King, Stephen - Riding the Bullet.doc
King, Stephen - Riding The Bullet.txt
King, Stephen - Six Stories - Autopsy Room Four.htm
King, Stephen - Six Stories - LTs Theory of Pets.htm
King, Stephen - Six Stories - Luckey Quarter.htm
King, Stephen - Six Stories - Lunch at the Gotham Cafe.htm
King, Stephen - Six Stories - The Man in the Black Suit.htm
King, Stephen - Skybar.htm
King, Stephen - Sneekers.htm
King, Stephen - Squad D.htm
King, Stephen - Survivor Type.htm
King, Stephen - The Blue Air Compressor.htm
King, Stephen - The Crate.htm
King, Stephen - The Dark Man.htm
King, Stephen - The Dark Tower 01 - The Gunslinger.txt
King, Stephen - The Dark Tower 02 - The Drawing Of The Three.pdf
King, Stephen - The Dark Tower 03 - The Waste Lands.htm
King, Stephen - The Dark Tower 04 - Wizard And Glass.pdf
King, Stephen - The Dead Zone.htm
King, Stephen - The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.htm
King, Stephen - The Green Mile.htm
King, Stephen - The Jaunt.txt
King, Stephen - The Leprechaun.htm
King, Stephen - The Road Virus Heads North.htm
King, Stephen - The Shining.txt
King, Stephen - The Stand.txt
King, Stephen - The Tommyknockers.htm
King, Stephen - Thinner.htm

ed2k: Audio.Books.-.Stephen.King.-.The.Mist.[Complete].mp3  [98.78 Mb] [Stats]
ed2k: Audio.Books.-.Stephen.King.-.The.Mist.(complete).mp3  [31.78 Mb] [Stats]

ed2k: Audio.Books.-.Stephen.King.-.Blood.and.Smoke.-.[complete].mp3  [53.33 Mb] [Stats]

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 6:58 pm  Post subject:
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although i'm not a fan of writing style, he has some good ideas, so i think i'll grab the collection, thx :)

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@spud:
yeah, he is kinda tedious. writes so much about so litte...

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 11:05 pm  Post subject:
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if i had a hero, it would be steven king. Not for his writing (alot of it i dont like), but just the way he is, the coolest, creepiest dork ive ever seen on tv. I had no idea what the guy who wrote the books i liked to read looked like until the mid to late 90's, i say an interview with him and was blown away by his whole eeeeerr, 'presence' i guess i'd call it.

ah, i dont know how to explain it without sounding non-homophobic, so i'd just say if i had a rolemodel, he'd be it, and if your going to be a creepy geek, be the freakin King of Creepy Geeks.
though i kind of wish he'd be on jeopordy, or better yet, on something like 'surivor'. After like 2 days everyone quits cause he freaks them out. all the contestents need counseling because he told an anecdote about lumberjacks on a quite little island of the coast of maine, or something...........


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imagine the bedtime stories he tells his kids. cosy.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2003 12:27 am  Post subject:
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nah,
on an interview, he said he wasnt anything like his books would seem him too be.
In fact he says he has the heart of a child. He keeps it in a jar on his desk, muuuhu hahahah.

(thats really how he said it)

or steven king as a kid-
'Mom! stevie's making the walls bleed again!'
or
'John, go get another rail sled, I'll tell mikey's mother he's dead'.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2003 3:04 am  Post subject:
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thanks, for the collection :)
btw, 'IT' is quite good. not in collection though


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2003 7:24 pm  Post subject:
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yes, i liked 'it' quite a bit. i read it at least 3 times. couldnt even be compared to the tv miniseries on how good the book was.
the first book i read of his was 'pet semetary' when i was in 4th grade. I liked that book better then the movie, too. he just uses so much backstory and descriptive information that i dont think could ever be filtered down into a movie, even a 10 hour tv-miniseries.

i did like him on the simpson's.
from what i rememer, it went somewhat like this...

'oh, no, ive given up writing horror. Instead i'm doing a biography on Thomas Jefferson, a very interesting man,
and when not inventing he liked to spend long hours in his basement, tortureing little green mountain men, and the key he had on that kite? That opened the door to hell'.

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has anyone read anything from the Dark Tower seires? I've heard so much parise for it, but never bothered to dive into it. some info would be nice. I've somehow gotten the idea it's more of a fantasy (eg. D&D style) story?
Much rather apreciate your thoughts than just a link to some page where I can read all about it....

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PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2005 8:39 pm  Post subject:
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the whole (for the moment) [and except only few books) collec of ebooks, is on my website :
direct link for the page who interest you ;)

http://herbertwest1.free.fr/Lecture.htm


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2008 5:54 pm  Post subject: Re: E Books: Steven King
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Hello, could someone please reshare the Stephen King Collection? I'm not getting any sources. Please and Thank You :wink:


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