Top 10 Books with the Most Descriptive Writing

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Books can be very descriptive. Any genre is allowed for this list as long as it has descriptive writing. Now let's started aight?

The Top Ten

1 Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R Tolkien

Yes, the descriptions are wonderful, I love it. - eventer51314

2 It - Stephen King

This Stephen King classic about a clown is quite descripitive. Hence why Stephen King's quite descripitive. - BoredJeff02

3 Pet Sematary - Stephen King V 1 Comment
4 The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown

Honestly had to include somewhere in the top 5 it's quite descriptive. - BoredJeff02

5 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K Rowling

J.K Rowling has to be the most descriptive British author I've read from so far. - BoredJeff02

6 Cujo - Stephen King

Like I said before Stephen King's quite descriptive with his books. - BoredJeff02

7 The Shining - Stephen King

Stephen King's quite descriptive with his horror books. - BoredJeff02

8 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - C.S Lewis

It's descriptive occasionally. - BoredJeff02

9 Into the Wild - Erin Hunter

Warrior Cats can pretty descriptive at times... - BoredJeff02

I didn't expect to see these books here, but I love them! - Feirceraven

10 The Hobbit - J.R.R Tolkien V 1 Comment

The Contenders

11 Other Voices, Other Rooms - Truman Capote V 1 Comment
12 One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel García Márquez
13 The Autumn of the Patriarch - Gabriel García Márquez
14 Misery - Stephen King

He wrote a book within this book. It's actually quite clever. - Britgirl

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