Stephen King from A to Z: An Encyclopedia of His Life and Work is a fan's dream come true. The only book to chronicle what Pepperdine University's Dr. Michael Coilings terms "The Stephen King Phenomenon", this encyclopedic king-sized reference covers every nook and cranny of the prolific author's career -- as a writer, screenwriter, actor, and popular cult figure. Drawing on nearly 25 years of work, Stephen King from A to Z will be the final word on things King, portraying the writer who has sold a quarter-billion copies of his books worldwide, in more than 32 languages, since 1974.Detailed and exhaustively researched, Stephen King from A to Z contains hundreds of authoritative entries that reveal a wealth of material unavailable from any other single volume. In addition, author George Beahrn has gathered little-known secrets about Stephen King, as well as quotes by and about the writer, factoids, selected photographs, and two dozen essays on topics such as rural Maine, literary awards, and King's movies.
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