Book Review

'The Institute' proves yet again why Stephen King is the master of horror

Some might say there's way too much Stephen King out there at the moment, but anyone who has read his latest book would argue we need more

10 November 2019 - 00:00 By Jennifer Platt

This has been the year of Stephen King. There has been the remake of Pet Sematary, the production of IT Chapter Two, and now his 2013 bestseller, Doctor Sleep, has become a film.

In the Tall Grass has just dropped as a Netflix original (based on a short story King wrote with his son Joe Hill) and the films of his 1922 novella and Gerald's Game novel have both become thriller staples on the streaming network...

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