Top 10 Books with the Most Descriptive Writing

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.

2 It - Stephen King

It's good as hell mane

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

3 The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown

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

4 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.

5 Pet Sematary - Stephen King

Probably the most descrpitive Stephen King book.

6 Cujo - Stephen King

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

7 Into the Wild - Erin Hunter

Warrior Cats can pretty descriptive at times...

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

8 The Shining - Stephen King

Stephen King's quite descriptive with his horror books.

9 The Hobbit - J.R.R Tolkien

J.RR Tolkien can be a very descriptive writer.

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

It's descriptive occasionally.

The Contenders

11 One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel García Márquez
12 The Autumn of the Patriarch - Gabriel García Márquez
13 Other Voices, Other Rooms - Truman Capote

A tad too descriptive at times. - PetSounds

14 War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
15 Misery - Stephen King

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

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