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This book contained so much useless filler that I found myself trying to keep track of everything only to find that none of it fucking mattered. The Tommyknockers Nov 28, Although it has been a frighteningly long time since I read it.
I started catching reference after reference, a Well, that was unexpected. He would come back a couple of years later with The Dark Half, a novel that lacks the fat of this one.
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A character actually makes a reference to King as a living being and a writer, and Jim thinks about Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic adaptation of The Shining. While some aspects of the story Jim and Bobbi’s relationship and the many guises it takes, Ev Hillman’s character, the tkmmyknockers actually improved for me, large chunks of the prose were slogs to get ljbro. In fact, I’d say it’s one of the best books of his that I’ve ever read.
Not just in a tangential way, either? PD Doling Reading it, it’s one of the books he wrote for the money! Account Options Sign in. King attempts to bring together everything here, but since he introduced so many different characters and random sub plots in the middle part of the book, it was like he was really grasping at straws trying to figure out how the hell to tommyknocoers it all together.
Of course, one can argue that plot would have worked without all those pages dedicated to Haven, but the story wouldn’t have worked without them. The town of Derry exists here along with a direct reference to IT as well as other books, and that seems harmless enough at first. Maybe because the worst of 80’s King is still pretty damn good.
It is confirmed that the area — once called Big Injun Woods — was populated by the Micmacs, giving this book a firm connection to Pet Sematary. Recommended for King completionists.
I thought it was great. There are so many other aspects of the novel that I could go on and on about, but I won’t, for fear of spoiling the story to those that haven’t read it yet. I see it this way: Tommyknockers, tommyknockers, knocking at the door.
This one will be the first book by King I gave up on. There were so many scenes, characters, ideas and descriptions that all shone with the best that King has to offer that I felt I got my money’s worth and more. Another has a reporter starting to unravel the mystery of what happens in Haven, but since all he is doing is uncovering what we already know his whole thread is pretty much useless anyhow so learning all about his relationship with his passive aggressive mother is especially pointless.
Before, during, and after reading this book, I was well-aware of this book’s rocky reputation, and yet I read it without caring While walking in the woods behind her home, Bobbi literally stumbles over what turns out to be part of an alien spaceship that has been buried for millennia, and is immediately intrigued. Cheers to another trip down the pages. King connections buckle in for a long ride!
He also used a poem from his childhood for the book’s preamble:. Mar 27, Ruth Turner rated it liked it Shelves: Additionally, I love intricate stories with a plethora of characters, and this is no exception I thought maybe knowing beforehand how it was going to end, I might not be so disappointed.
When I got to Book II, it really started to drag for me. Want to Read saving….
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One has a beloved civic leader coming to suspect that there is something very wrong happening and doing her best to hold out from it.
There’s a fantastic book in here somewhere. This tommyknockrrs very much a “big” King novel. Let’s talk about something, shall we? In brief it’s like most other King books. I really got into young Hilly as an individual, mostly because he and I share some similar attributes.