I am a big fan of Stephen King’s books. I love the stories, the characters and the fact that there are so many links between the books it’s impossible to tell where his universe starts and ends.
Castle Rock, Maine is featured in the following books:
Bag of Bones
The Dead Zone
The Dark Half
Derry, Maine is featured in the following books:
Haven, Maine is featured in the following books:
The Colorado Kid
The Tommy Knockers
Colorado is featured in the following books:
The Shop, referred to as a mysterious government organisation, features in the following books:
The Tommy Knockers
Character, Randall Flagg appears in the following books:
The Dark Tower Series
Children of the Corn
The car in From A Buick 8, is supposed to belong to a ‘low man’. The Low Men are the ones pursuing Ted Brautigan in Hearts in Atlantis.
In Stephen King books, Twinners, are doppelgangers in other universes. Jake Chamber, from The Dark Tower Series, and Bobby Garfield, from Hearts In Atlantis are Twinners.
Dick Hallorann from The Shining, served with Mike Hanlon’s father in IT.
Eddie Kaspbrak’s family in IT lived next door to Paul Sheldon’s family. Paul is the protagonist in Misery.
Andy Dufresne from The Shawshank Redemption completed accountancy work for Nazi War Criminal Kurt Dussander in Apt Pupil.
Bev and Richie from IT both appear in 11/22/63.
Joe Hill’s NOS4A2 mentions Derry, Shawshank Prison and the True Knot from Doctor Sleep.
Doctor Sleep mentions Manx, a character from Joe Hill’s NOS4A2.
Mr Mercedes has a character dressed in a Judas Coyne t-shirt. Judas Coyne is a character from Joe Hill’s Heart Shaped Box.
Characters from the following stories appear in one or more of The Dark Tower series:
Priest from Salem’s Lot
Ted Brautigan from Hearts in Atlantis
Patrick Danville from Insomnia
The Crimson King from Insomnia
Dinky Earnshaw from Everything’s Eventual
Can-Toi from Desperation