Rage Audiobook by Stephen King

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Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Stephen King
Narrator: Bob Askey

Genre: Horror
Updated: 04/11/2023
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Rage Audiobook is the fourth book published by Stephen King; it is his fourth audio, and the first written under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman. The book was published by Signet in September 13, 1977.

King has decided to let Rage fall out of print in the United States, and it is now available only as part of The Bachman Books. The other novels that appeared in that compilation (The Long Walk Audiobook, Roadwork Audiobook, and The Running Man Audiobook) are now published as separate audiobooks in the USA.

Plot Summary

A disturbed high-school student with authority problems kills one of his teachers and takes the rest of his class hostage. Over the course of one long, tense and unbearable hot afternoon, Charlie Decker explains what led him to this drastic sequence of events, while at the same time deconstructing the personalities of his classmates, forcing each one to justify his or her existence.


Rage Audiobook Mp3 is a really eye-opening story, and it’s really not hard to understand why King would have wanted to pull this from circulation. I’m sure that this story is terrifying in the same way that Misery is terrifying: It could really happen. But this is even worse, because not only is it possible, it’s happened. This is close to home. That makes it truly terrifying.

Listening to this audio is like a cautionary history lesson. Much of the language and many of the elements are dated to the late 70s. But, with the subject matter being so relevant and disturbing, it does endure through today. Stephen King – Rage Audiobook Download is a horror story not of supernatural monsters or mischevious poltergeists. This is real horror that could exist in your community right now waiting to be unleashed, and that is truly terrifying!

Based on the subject matter, I suggest proceeding with caution if you are troubled by stories of teen violence.

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The audiobook was recorded in 1985 by Library of Congress Recording and read by Bob Askey.


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