Dreamcatcher

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Hodder & Stoughton, Oct 4, 2007 - Fiction - 704 pages
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Once upon a time, in the haunted city of Derry (site of IT and INSOMNIA), four young boys did a brave thing; something that changed them in ways they hardly understand. A quarter-century later, the boys are men who still get together once a year, to go hunting in the north woods of Maine. But this time, a man comes stumbling into their camp, lost, disoriented and muttering about lights in the sky. Before long, these old friends will be plunged into the most remarkable events of their lives and a terrible struggle with a creature from another world. Their only chance of survival is locked in their past and in the boy they once rescued as a child.

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great writing -- only to be expected of the King. - Goodreads
Dreamcatcher is still a rippin' good yarn. - Goodreads
Not his usual writing style, but amazing nevertheless. - Goodreads
The ending was surprisingly satisfying for once. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Katie Cupoli - Goodreads

PRAISE DE LORD IT'S FINALLY BEHIND ME Something that I seem to always forget when reading Stephen King's books is how LONG and DETAILED they are. I really do like his writing, but when you're in a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kasey - Goodreads

I am already on record as a lifetime admirer and eager reader of pretty much everything Stephen King writes. (Though I never could get into the Dark Tower series. Maybe I will have to give it another ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Stephen King has been described by the Guardian as 'one of the greatest storytellers of our time', by the Mirror as a 'genius' and by The Sunday Times as 'one of the most fertile storytellers of the modern novel.' In 2003, he was given the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He lives with his wife, the novelist Tabitha King, for most of the year in Maine, USA.

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