Stephen King has concocted thousands of pages of bizarre plot twists and unsettling characters. How well do you know the dark master's bibliography? Test your knowledge by taking this quiz.
"Carrie," King's work about a teenage outcast, remains relevant.
King wrote "The Dark Half" as an homage of sorts to his alter ego, Richard Bachman.
Several criminals who attacked schools mentioned that they'd read "Rage" before their rampages.
"It" capitalized on the potential for horror in fun-loving clowns.
"The Green Mile" was made into a movie starring Tom Hanks.
The cover of the first edition of "Rage" shows a young man indifferently hovering over a woman's body on the floor.
He started the pen name when he wrote "Rage" to prevent the public from burning out on the King name.
King has called "The Dark Tower" series his magnum opus.
Schwarzenegger runs for his life trying to evade so-called "hunters" in "The Running Man."
"Salem's Lot" was so popular that the book has been adapted for TV two times.
He didn't use the name Bachman again until 1996, 12 years after "Thinner" was published.
"Lisey's Story" was also nominated for two other major awards.
The pop-up book for "The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon" features monsters with scary teeth, making it rather unsuitable for small children.
Released in 2013, "Doctor Sleep" came decades after "The Shining" (1977).
In "Cell," a cellular network wreaks havoc on humankind.
"Mr. Mercedes" is the first in a trilogy of Hodges books.
In the story, an invisible dome descends on the helpless residents of a small town.
The second book in "The Green Mile" series is titled "The Mouse on the Mile."
The last one walking wins a prize; everyone else dies.
Bates' intense performance in "Dolores Claiborne" won her critical accolades.
King regretted "The Tommyknockers" later, calling it an "awful" book.
"The Stand" is the novel that unleashes Randall Flagg upon King's fictional universe.
Redrum is the word "murder" backward, and it's repeated many times in "The Shining."
His substance abuse hit a low point during the time he wrote "Cujo."
Graphic elements on the cover of "The Regulators" offers clues to the parallel universes.
"The Eyes of the Dragon" is a classically written fantasy story.
"Bag of Bones" midlife crisis story for the ages.
"11/22/63" follows a man who tries to halt the Kennedy assassination.
The possessed car inflicts unforgettable carnage in "Christine."
The evil being in "Desperation" can also manipulate the minds and behaviors of animals.