The Tommyknockers Audiobook Free Download
The Tommyknockers Audiobook is a 1987 science fiction novel by Stephen King. While maintaining a horror style, the novel is an excursion into the realm of science fiction for King, as the residents of the Maine town of Haven gradually fall under the influence of a mysterious object buried in the woods.
King would later look back on the novel unfavorably, describing it as “an awful book.”
Late Last Night and the Night Before …
… Tommyknockers, Tommyknockers, knocking at the door.
Something was happening in Bobbi Anderson’s idyllic small town of Haven, Maine. Something that gave every man, woman, and child in town powers far beyond ordinary mortals. Something that turned the town into a death trap for all outsiders. Something that came from a metal object, buried for millennia, that Bobbi accidentally stumbled across.
It wasn’t that Bobbi and the other good folks of Haven had sold their souls to reap the rewards of the most deadly evil this side of hell. It was more like a diabolical takeover…an invasion of body and soul – and mind…
Superb quality, I expect no less from Stephen King. It’s definitely a bit different from some classic king, but same great storytelling and unmistakably him. Not an overly scary audiobook but certainly very mysterious and suspenseful which is actually what I prefer from him anyway vs the raw horror books (though I do love a Pet Sematary etc every now and then).
If you were a fan of Lost (TV Series) I think you’ll like this. Has some similarities at least for me, many of the same things that kept me watching Lost (the hatch etc) are the same things that kept me excited reading this. Almost wonder if the writers of lost got some inspiration from this.
But I can see how some would not like it especially if you’re a “purist” King fan.
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Stephen King – The Tommyknockers is now available in audible format, almost 27 hrs and 43 mins long, the narration by Edward Herrmann is so enticing that you get hooked instantly.