Stephen King has written dozens of bestselling books including The Shining, The Stand, and The Green Mile. Film adaptations of his work include "Misery" and "Stand By Me". In 2003, King received the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, and in 2007 he was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America.
#1 on The New York Times bestselling Paperback Trade Fiction list
#1 on The Washington Post Paperback Bestsellers list #1 on the Toronto Star's list of Bestselling Original Fiction in Canada Part detective tale, part thriller...touching and genuine." --The New York Times There's classic King here for fans... a thrilling whodunit. - Associated Press "King's writing in LATER is as clean, direct and evocative as it's ever been...the crime-driven plot is propulsive [and] some of the lines just take your breath away...you're in the hands of a master storyteller." - Washington Post Crave chills and thrills but don't have time for a King epic? This will do the job before bedtime. Not that you'll sleep. -Kirkus Gory and unnerving, this twisty chiller has sufficient sins and revelations to keep readers pursuing the action to its breathless conclusion. King fans are in for a treat. -Publishers Weekly An entertaining and breezy read, with the stellar storytelling that has justly made King a literary legend. - AARP Magazine Later is a horror story, but it's also a proper thriller, told by a master of his craft.--The Guardian King's tics and tricks are all in bloom: folksy dialogue, cockeyed worldview, rising tension, pure evil, etc. - Philadelphia Inquirer A Joy to read...some of King's best writing...If you haven't read a King novel for a while due to timeconstraints, or you would like an introduction to the man at or near the top of his game, pick LATER as your delightful literary poison. - BookReporter LATER is top-notch Stephen King and one of the most memorable works in his long and storied writing career. The tale calls to mind many of his prior works and is the only other story next to the classic IT to refer to 'deadlights' --- a word that should cause icy chills to run down the spine of any faithful King reader. - BookReporter A satisfying tale about facing demons--both those we can see and those that lurk in the darkness. - Foreword Reviews Later is yet another example of Stephen King's special ability to tell a story that's both simple and compelling. Entertaining and thought-provoking, it's a must-add to your 2021 reading list. - New York Journal of Books A powerful testament to [King's] storytelling prowess - Bookbub Sharply developed characters, steady incorporation of supernatural elements, and building suspense, make for [a] great read - Borg.com A horror story [that] is really more of a genre-bender, combining the horror with a sensitive coming-of-age tale and an old-school crime thriller. [A] most ingratiating mix. - Booklist Starred Review There's classic King here for fans... A thrilling whodunit. - ABC News Later is a horror story, but it's also a proper thriller, told by a master of his craft. - The Guardian King at his absolute best. - Daily Mail Classic King with a twist. - Barnes & Noble feature Toggle[s] between thrills and feels, all the while slowly dialling up the terror as only [King] can. - Amazon Book Review Best Mysteries of March King delivers both a terrifying and touching story. - The Hollywood Reporter Thrills by the dozen. - International Express Books to Read in 2021 An instapurchase. - HorrorDNA A standalone King that combines his mastery of multiple genres. - The Reel Bits A fresh new story for modern audiences. - ScreenRant Convey[s] the same loss-of-innocence theme at which King excelled in his classic novella, The Body... If you're a King fan, you'll not regret reading it. - Cinema Sentries [King's] clear love of noir fiction joins forces with his horror bona fides and his still-strong ability to capture the fundamental truths about being a child, resulting in a lean and propulsive read. - The Maine Edge The truth of the matter is, I enjoyed LATER more than any other Stephen King in quite a while because it's short and to the point. It's a fast read, easily knocked out in a few hours, and there are some truly creepy and horrific moments that leave the reader thinking about certain scenes long after the book is done. - Bookgasm King veterans absolutely must add this to the collection. - Movie Nooz Absolutely riveting read....and memorably terrifying. -Cemetery Dance