• by Stephen King
  • Narrated by Holter Graham
  • 19 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Stephen King's ultimate evil vehicle of terror, Christine: the frightening story of a nerdy teenager who falls in love with his vintage Plymouth Fury. It was love at first sight, but this car is no lady.
Evil is alive in Libertyville. It inhabits a custom-painted red and white 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine and young Arnold Cunningham, who buys it. Along with Arnold's girlfriend, Leigh Cabot, Dennis Guilder attempts to find out the real truth behind Christine and finds more than he bargained for: From murder to suicide, there's a peculiar feeling that surrounds Christine - she gets revenge on anyone standing in her path. Can Dennis save Arnold from the wrath of Christine?
This number-one national best seller is "Vintage Stephen King...breathtaking...awesome. Carries such momentum the listener must force himself to slow down" (The New York Times Book Review).


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

So relieved

What did you love best about Christine?

Crazy guy and possessive car. So much more than the movie.

What other book might you compare Christine to and why?

Maybe Burnt Offerings, the house kills to rejuvenate itself.

What does Holter Graham bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The last conflict between Arnie and Dennis when Dennis was baiting the villain in the school parking lot.

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- Robert Anthony Russo

A moving performance of a top tier King novels

Unlike some stiff, regal or cold narrators, the guy who reads Christine conveys a lot of humanity. Christine was written during the golden years of King's career when everything he wrote was a classic, and it feels cut from the same cloth as It in particular. One note: The audiobook production itself is surprisingly rough, cutting off the end of words here and there where they stopped the tape recorder, but that's more odd than truly bothersome. It's just that normally the audiobooks are so seamless you never notice the splices.
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- Henry Jenkins "endersc"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-01-2016
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio