It's a summer afternoon in Wentworth, Ohio, and on Poplar Street everything's normal. The paper boy is making his rounds; the Carver kids are bickering at the corner convenience store; a Frisbee is flying on the Reeds' lawn; Gary Soderson is firing up the backyard barbecue. The only thing that doesn't quite fit is the red van idling just up the hill. Soon it will begin to roll, and the killing will begin. A quiet slice of American suburbia is about to turn to toast.
The mayhem rages around a seemingly still point, a darkened house lit fitfully from within by a flickering television screen. Inside, where things haven't been normal for a long time, are Audrey Wyler and the autistic nephew she cares for, eight-year-old Seth Garin. They're fighting their own battle, and its intensity has turned 247 Poplar Street into a prisonhouse.
By the time night falls on Poplar Street, the surviving residents will find themselves in another world, one where anything, no matter how terrible, is possible...and where the regulators are on their way. By what power they have come, how far they will go, and how they can be stopped - these are the desperate questions. The answers are absolutely terrifying.
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Review: The RegulatorsUser Review - Iphigenia Kamarotou - Goodreads
I bought this book in a supermarket, knowing it was not going to be one of King's masterpieces and also knowing that it wouldn't be boring. I wasn't mistaken. I finished the book in one night, an easy ... Read full review
Review: The RegulatorsUser Review - Goodreads
Really liked this...spoilers be below... The plot was not new, possession is a common occurrence in sci-fi/horror/fantasy. But here we have the additional joys of awful people, who don't band together ...