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by Stephen King

eBook Dreamcatcher download ISBN: 1439568170
Author: Stephen King
Language: English
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Praise for stephen king and dreamcatcher.

Praise for stephen king and dreamcatcher. a busy, vigorously told, increasingly trippy story. some very neat tricks. with imaginative gusto. King writes more fluently than ever, and at times with simple, unexpected grace. exquisitely detailed.

Dreamcatcher (2001) is a novel by American writer Stephen King, featuring elements of body horror, suspense and alien invasion. The book, written in cursive, helped the author recuperate from a 1999 car accident, and was completed in half a year

Dreamcatcher (2001) is a novel by American writer Stephen King, featuring elements of body horror, suspense and alien invasion. The book, written in cursive, helped the author recuperate from a 1999 car accident, and was completed in half a year. According to the author in his afterword, the working title was Cancer. His wife, Tabitha King, persuaded him to change the title. A film adaptation was released in 2003.

Dream catcher, Stephen King Dreamcatcher (2001) is a novel by American writer Stephen King, featuring elements of body horror, suspense and alien invasion.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. From master storyteller Stephen King comes his classic New York Times bestseller about four friends who encounter evil in the Maine woods.

Dreamcatcher is the 44th book published by Stephen King; it was his 36th novel, and the 30th under his own name. The book was released by Scribner on March 20, 2001. Dreamcatcher is set near the fictional town of Derry, Maine. It is the story of four lifelong friends: Gary Ambrose "Jonesy" Jones, Pete Moore, Joe "Beaver" Clarendon and Henry Devlin, who save Douglas "Duddits" Cavell, a young teen with Down syndrome, from a group of sadistic bullies

Dreamcatcher on IMDB.

Dreamcatcher on IMDB. Synopsis: Four lifelong friends gather in the woods of western Maine for their annual hunting trip.

Dreamcatcher is the first novel Stephen King has published since his horrendous road accident in 1999. Written in longhand between November 1999 and May 2000, it is a dark book, originally called Cancer and referred to by his wife as "the one about the shit-weasels". It's always been hard to keep tabs on King's incredible output. He once described the process of artistic inspiration as "having someone crap on your head", and this seems to happen to him with incredible regularity. Completed novels are often shuffled back in the publication schedules when a new book seems more pressing, as when he surprised his publishers with The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon two years ago.

товар 5 Dreamcatcher King, Stephen Hardcover Used - Good -Dreamcatcher King, Stephen . Dreamcatcher is a GREAT and original Stephen King book! I purchased the hardcover of this book, because I enjoyed the soft cover version so very much.

товар 5 Dreamcatcher King, Stephen Hardcover Used - Good -Dreamcatcher King, Stephen Hardcover Used - Good. 379,86 RUB. + 620,69 RUB за доставку. товар 6 Dreamcatcher by Stephen King (2001, Hardcover) -Dreamcatcher by Stephen King (2001, Hardcover). Also since I have QUITE the King collection. Also have a Bachman collection. This book was interesting, it had psycics(sorry I can't spell), as well as a handicapped person(who was also very special).

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Comments: (7)
Viashal
I didn't think a book with the title "Dreamcatcher" would grab my attention and hold it to the last page. It sounded like fluff, but the story is hard-hitting and it moves at a good pace. The characters are wonderful, interesting, and their bond is what makes "Dreamcatcher" the kind of story I'll be recommending to my family and friends. As far as sexual content, the characters make a few raunchy comments, but there's no actual sex scenes in the book. Believe me, it doesn't need it. Excellent read!
Lightseeker
Here's my rating system:

1 Star: Hideous
2 Star: Waste of time
3 Star: Average
4 Star: I will refer positively to friends
5 Star: I will passionately tell people they NEED to read it

It was decent but developed very slowly and to me there was a lot of confusing parts. I'm not saying it's awful just not a favorite.

Minor spoilers

So it's a book about 4 very close friends that go hunting and find themselves in the middle of a bizarre occurrence. They soon find out it is supernatural in origin and it may have some relationship to their past

It is a touching story of their friendship and their bond to a boy with Down syndrome and how that relationship saves them at the end.

The military involvement is interesting and he ways the other being communicate is interfering and humorous.

Not at a bad book but for a book that is nearly 1,000 pages I generally expect to be more satisfied
BoberMod
"Some dreams die and fall free, that is another of the world’s bitter truths. How many bitter truths there are."

First thing you have to know about this: It's weird. It's really, really damn weird.

Second thing: It's not Stephen King's best work. If you're not a King fan, this is not the book to change your mind. In fact, it'll probably just confuse you.

But if you ARE a King fan, you'll appreciate King doing what he does best: Weaving incredibly real, visceral, heart-crushing relationships between characters, and focusing on the nitty-gritty, often ugly little things people do and think that make you, reader, feel so human.

I don't think I'd call this a good book, or say that I liked it. It felt poorly planned. The flashbacks between childhood and adulthood weren't as seamlessly written as IT's were, and there were far too many boring military chapters that slowed the narrative to an intolerable crawl.

However, like pizza and sex, it's still a Stephen King book, so how bad can it really be. It made me laugh, it made me cry, it made me shudder in disgust/horror, and it got me thinking Thinky Thoughts on the nature of humanity. I confess to only reading it to learn more about the expanded universe (mostly for background Derry info to use for fanfiction purposes) but I enjoyed it on its own merit, too.
Gabar
This is one of Stephen King's more bizarre novels. I wont go into the storyline so as not to spoil it. However, I feel like this idea came from a particularly violent episode of flatulence and SK wondered...what if it was more? What if it was aliens?

Don't get me wrong...this book is excellent. I did struggle to get past the first 20% or so, but once I got into the meat of the story, I was hooked. Don't let the oddity dissuade you from reading this book. It is now one of my favorites. I do wish it had a little less focus on flatulence, but hey...SK can do whatever he wants and I will still read his books.
Jark
If you're a fan of King, as I am, this won't disappoint. Very typical King style; building suspense, lots of detail and development of characters and the scenery, flashbacks for perspective (or other, sometimes seemingly non-sensical reasons), and characters with quirks that can make them both endearing and loathsome at the same time.

I found the nitty gritty details of the plot to be confusing, but I think that's always the way with a King book. He reveals a lot, but generally not quite enough to really GIVE you the answer as to what just happened. That's part of writing true horror (not jump-out-of-your-seat horror, per se, but true to form horrifying storytelling), not always knowing all the who, what, where, why, and how.
All in all, King is a fantastic storyteller, and this book is another example of his well-honed craft.

People say that if you can sing well, you can sing anything and make it sound great. Well, I think the same goes for great storytelling. Even though there are some borrowed themes as others have pointed out (borrowed from other sources as well as from his own works), if you are a great storyteller, you will amp it up and make it your own. That's what King does here and I think it works extremely well. I never felt like I was reading a "remake" and never even got that funny "have I read this before?" feeling. The overall themes (alien invasion, body snatching, battling evil to save the world, etc.) are common, but the way King weaves his tale, you never really feel like they are.
Beabandis
I first started reading Dreamcatcher as a teenager after reading a couple of other Stephen King novels. I had to put it down after awhile because I found it very hard to follow. 17 years later, I approached it again hoping that I would be able to understand it. Sadly, I was disappointed. By about halfway through the book, I simply had to press the proverbial "I Believe" button and finish the book (I hate not finishing a book once I've started). I will say that the last few chapters of the book are very hard to put down; I read the final third of the book in just a few hours, and that reminded me of classic King. Overall, the book was interesting and engrossing in some parts, but not my favorite King novel.
Majin
I really like that Stephen King can keep coming up with quite interesting ideas as time goes on. I think that many things within Dreamcatcher have been used before, but I like also that King uses his own personal twist on a story. A book about long life and long lasting friendships, the power that binds us all, something that we can all relate to and appreciate it. I think Dreamcatcher is different and sometimes leaves elements out that could be explored more, but I thought it was incredibly interesting.