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Fiona:There are lots of subtle siimlarities in many of his books--the idea of Ka & Ka-tet (basically destiny and those connected by destiny)--you'll see this strongest in the Black Tower (Gunslinger) series--in fact, SK has written himself into the final book of the series as a character (himself--the horror writer, Stephen King), and that his novels are actually the workings of Ka-tet, giving them a greater purpose than simply books to entertain. They are part of the greater world destiny that Roland (the MC, the Gunslinger)is meshed in. The theory that 'There are other worlds than these' is strong in many of the books--kind of a parallel universe that is very close to ours, yet with subtle differences, but all striving for the same Ka-tet destiny, but with different outcomes. The antagonist in most of his books is a version of Randall Flagg (same character, sometimes known as different names, who embodies evil in the books, like the devil) or the antagonists are puppets of Randall Flagg, doing his bidding to serve a greater Ka-tet that Randall Flagg belongs to.There are also some books that 'meet', like lives crossing on a road--one book folows the life story of car A, then another book follows Car B. You aren't aware of this until you read both, and realize, "Hey--this point in time happened in that other book too, only from a different character's POV!" The Regulators is one of these books. I'd have to go downstairs to see what the other one is that is connected to it (I have all of SK's books), but I do know the cover is a very similar style, and the first clue the books have something in common.