A quarter-century later, as grown men who have gone their separate ways, these friends come together once a year to hunt in the woods of Maine. This particular year, a stranger stumbles into their campsite, and before long, the friends are plunged into the most remarkable adventure of their lives. They wind up in a life and death struggle, their only hope for survival locked in their shared past...and in the dreamcatcher.
©2001 Stephen King, All Rights Reserved; (P)2001 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
"May be the best alien invasion story since War of the Worlds." (Booklist)
"A thriller that shows [King] remains a force in fiction." (Internet Bookwatch)
"The X-Files comes to Maine." (AudioFile)
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Really -- I'm not trying to sound like a smart-aleck, but did you get to see the movie "Dreamcatcher", reviewer "dkeichner". I'd really like to know if you liked it.
And I thought this story couldn't get worse!
This book is a waste of time. Especially in audio format where it is difficult to go back and try to untangle a confused, confusing, and fundamentally pointless tale. I know that Stephen King is highly regarded and this is the first book I have "read" by him but he writes here like he learned his writing by reading the National Enquirer and watching Entertainment Tonight. His characters are not well developed, the story is implausible, and there is no surprise factor to any of it - almost predictable.
Don't waste your time.
I really like the story, but I did not care for the narrator. I also did not like the sound effects in between chapters. This is why I only gave it 3 stars.
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