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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
Writer [[Bobbi Anderson]] stumbles upon a space craft that releases a gas, which changes the people of [[Haven, Maine]]. [[Jim Gardener]] is "immune" to the gas.
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Writer [[Bobbi Anderson]] stumbles upon a space craft that releases a gas, which changes the people of [[Haven, Maine]]. [[Jim Gardener]] is "immune" to the gas.
   
 
==Adaptation==
 
==Adaptation==
 
The story was adapted into a [[The Tommyknockers (miniseries)|television miniseries]] that aired on [[wikipedia:American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] in 1993.
 
The story was adapted into a [[The Tommyknockers (miniseries)|television miniseries]] that aired on [[wikipedia:American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] in 1993.
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==Appearances==
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A copy of the novel is kept by [[Duke Crocker]] in the state room of his boat, the ''[[w:c:havenmaine|Cape Rouge|Cape Rouge]]''.
 
[[Category:Novels|Tommyknockers, The]]
 
[[Category:Novels|Tommyknockers, The]]

Revision as of 17:38, October 5, 2010

The Tommyknockers is the 26th book published by Stephen King; it was his 23rd novel, and the 18th written under his own name. The book was released by Putnam on 10 November 1987.

The story is set in the small town of Haven, Maine.

Plot

Writer Bobbi Anderson stumbles upon a space craft that releases a gas, which changes the people of Haven, Maine. Jim Gardener is "immune" to the gas.

Adaptation

The story was adapted into a television miniseries that aired on ABC in 1993.

Appearances

A copy of the novel is kept by Duke Crocker in the state room of his boat, the Cape Rouge|Cape Rouge.

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