Misery Chastain is a fictional character in a successful series of romance novels, created by author Paul Sheldon. The books about Misery are set in the Victorian-era, and Annie Wilkes claims there are eight of them.
The books center around a love triangle involving Misery as well as two other men named Ian and Geoffrey (called Winthorne in the film).
Misery Chastain books in the novelEdit
- Misery's Quest - one of the pictures in Annie's scrapbook shows her reading this book.
- Misery's Lover - mentioned both in Misery and in Rose Madder.
- Misery's Child - the fourth book in the series, in which Misery dies in childbirth.
- Misery's Return - the fifth book, which Paul writes over the course of the novel.
- Misery's Journey - mentioned in Rose Madder.
- Misery's Paradise - mentioned in Desperation.
- Misery Unchained - seen in an episode of Haven.
Misery Chastain books in the filmEdit
- Misery's Quest
- Misery's Search
- Misery's Challenge
- Misery's Trial
- Misery's Triumph
- Misery's Dilemma
- Misery's Love
- Misery's Child
- At the end of the film, Paul's agent tells him that for "the first time" he has "a shot at some prizes" with his first post-Misery book, suggesting that none of the Misery novels ever won a prize. However at the beginning of the film she reveals that the books made good money nonetheless, as the profits went towards Paul's daughter's braces and college tuition, as well as two houses.