This man has obviously not read a single one of Stephen King's books with any attention to detail or storyline. There are so many errors in this quiz book that I wonder exactly how many books he actually cracked the cover on! Just a few examples are: in the The Dark Tower III quiz, "What is the name of Jake's pet dog?" This book takes place in a fictional world & Jake's pet is a fictional animal called a billy bumbler....a far cry from a canine. In the same quiz "What are the first 4 lines in Jack's school essay..." JACK? Who the heck is Jack?!? He just finished calling the boy by his correct name, JAKE, in three previous questions! In the "IT" quiz "How many teenage children originally confront It in Derry, Maine?" First of all, they're either teenagers or they're children....not both. Secondly, the characters in question were 11-years-old...hardly teenagers. In fact, that is the whole point of the novel...that only CHILDREN can conquer the beast because of their ability to believe. Finally, in "The Stand" quiz, "What song does Tim Cullen sing after he opens his Christmas gifts from Stu?" TIM Cullen?!?!? Even people who've only seen the movie can remember that the man's name is Tom Cullen. He says it repeatedly. These are just a few of the numerous mistakes in this book. All in all, this is a [sad] excuse for a quiz book and should only be read by true King fans if they're looking for a few painful laughing fits. If you're looking for an authentic Stephen King quiz book, I suggest trying one of Steve Spignesi's quiz books....now THERE'S a man who knows the master!