The Tommyknockers

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Hodder & Stoughton, Mar 22, 2010 - Fiction - 300 pages
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Everything is familiar. But everything has changed.
Coming back to the little community is like walking into a nightmare for Jim Gardener, poet, drunk, potential suicide.
It all looks the same, the house, the furniture, Jim’s friend Bobbi, her beagle (though ageing), even the woods out at the back.
But it was in the woods that Bobbi stumbled over the odd, part buried object and felt a peculiar tingle as she brushed the soft earth away.
Everything is familiar. But everything is about to change...

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User Review  - Lukerik - LibraryThing

If, like me, you're a bit of an sf fan then you may find those elements of this novel to be cheap, derivative and merely a hook to hang the theme of the story from... which in this case seems to be ... Read full review

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User Review  - suzyblack - LibraryThing

I realize that The Tommyknockers is at the bottom of most "Stephen King's best books" list, but I couldn't put it down. First of all, I've always been too afraid to read Stephen King. Most of his ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Stephen King has been described by the Guardian as 'one of the greatest storytellers of our time', by the Mirror as a 'genius' and by The Sunday Times as 'one of the most fertile storytellers of the modern novel.' In 2003, he was given the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He lives with his wife, the novelist Tabitha King, for most of the year in Maine, USA.

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