Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1989. First Edition (presumed). Paperback. Used - Good/Very Good. Original pictorial card stock wraps, light creasing and wear. Spine lightly creased. Clean and unmarked. Binding tight and square. B/W photos. 6 appendices. 15 x 23 cm. 365 pp. Item #7806
A detailed companion to the work of Stephen King, using original articles, interviews, and biographical material to show how he became America's favorite storyteller.
The Stephen King Companion provides a look inside Stephen King's world. The book is a detailed look not only at Stephen King himself and his personal life, but his professional life as a writer. From Carrie (1974) to Revival (2014), this book covers four decades of King in print, as well as his juvenalia output, starting at age nine when he attempted to get a short story published, titled "Jhonathan and the Witches."
The cornerstone of any King library, this book will appeal to veteran fans and new readers alike, especially since his film/tv adaptations and prolific output continue to bring new generations into his fold.