Shortlisted for the Audio Publishers' Association Audie Award 2016 for Best Original Work.
International number-one best-selling author Stephen King presents a brand-new, never-before-published, audio-only story.
In this new tour de force from Stephen King - unavailable in print or any other format until November 2015 - a salt-of-the-earth Maine native recounts how a friendly annual summer fireworks show rivalry with his neighbour across the lake gradually spirals out of control...with explosive results.
Drunken Fireworks is released exclusively as an audiobook before it is published as one of the short stories in King's collection The Bazaar of Bad Dreams in November 2015.
©2015 Stephen King (P)2015 Simon & Schuster Audio
I love a good Stephen King novel. He rarely disappoint. Drunken Fireworks is not one of his better stories. It was just a waste of time. I wish I could get a refund.
It's not in the slightest bit scary or even vaguely interesting
Dune by Frank Herbert
The narrator's voice is annoying in this. He speaks as you would imagine a lot of Stephen King characters would speak though - "Gawly Gosh Jim Bob, ain't dat da troof mistah?" Sort of like that. It's painful.
All of them.
Not worth the money
"Strange accent but stick with it, it's worth it."
There were some comic moments, especially the dialogue and relationship between mother and son. The story unravels slowly but every word is worth listening to.
Older Stephen King novels.
The accent is pure hick from the sticks, but we'll worth sticking with, and provides some of the better comic moments.
Neighbours from hell meet 4th July.
As stated, this story is worth sticking with.
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