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Dreamcatcher [Hardcover]

Stephen King
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Amazon Review

What might be done to human beings by the "Other"--whether the "Other" be vampires, demons or creatures from outer space--is always in competition for absolute horror with what we do to ourselves. Stephen King has, in his time, played with both sources of the nightmarish and in Dreamcatcher, the first complete novel since his near-fatal accident, he gives us both.

Four childhood friends, united by secrets, are caught in the quarantine zone when something crashes into the remote forests of Maine; and the question becomes who will avoid being eaten alive by alien fungi, torn from the inside by alien ferrets, possessed by alien minds or menaced by a psychotic military commander to whom ruthlessness has become a macho ego trip?

The Earth is in peril as well, needless to say, but most of our attention is taken up with a few men caught on the edge, and where the most important thing in the world turns out to be the fact that four small boys saved a fifth from a beating.

This has the hall-marks of a good King novel--memorable catchphrases whose meaning we only gradually learn and a sense of how it feels to be human. --Roz Kaveney

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King has inspired a whole generation to read. He's made them read good, witty prose...a fabulous teller of stories who can create an entire new world and make the reader live in it...Dreamcatcher must be one of his best...difficult to forget (Express)

King-readers will be wholly satisfied by Dreamcatcher (The Sunday Times)

Nobody does it better (Daily Telegraph)

King retains his crown (Guardian)

Classic King...The characters here have a rare vitality and depth (Mail on Sunday)

Book Description

Suspenseful, frightening, and sometimes howlingly funny, Stephen King's first full-length novel in three years is a story of invasion and battle, survival and heroism. It is a story of how men remember ... and how they love.

About the Author

Stephen King is the bestselling author of more than thirty books of which the most recent are THE GIRL WHO LOVED TOM GORDON, HEARTS IN ATLANTIS and his non-fiction book ON WRITING (October 3, 2000). He lives with his wife, the novelist Tabitha King, in Bangor, Maine.
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