Stephen King Discusses The Shining & Doctor Sleep On The BBC

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Stephen King, the best-selling author behind The Shining has returned to its central character, 36 years after the book was first published, for his latest novel.

Doctor Sleep begins a year after the events at the end of The Shining, and follows Danny Torrance to adulthood

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King spoke to the BBC’s arts editor Will Gompertz about why Jack Torrance is his most autobiographical character and why he hated Stanley Kubrick’s film version.

Published by Larry Fire

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