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Discussion in 'Dreamcatcher' started by EddieDeanofNYC, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. JoannHBuchanan

    JoannHBuchanan Well-Known Member

    I loved this book, only Stephen King can turn a fart into an alien invasion...lol. Seriously though it gave me the creeps and tripped me out all at the same time. I loved how he created the warehouse in it, that was complete classic King style.
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  2. Winter

    Winter Well-Known Member

    I feel like I didnt get it...at the end....the whole concept of Duddits and the dream catcher...anyway in the mood to explain this for me?
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  3. VultureLvr45

    VultureLvr45 Well-Known Member

    Winter - Please stop in at ' Where fore art thou' People have been missing you Sweet Pea. I still have Dreamcatcher to read.
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  4. Winter

    Winter Well-Known Member

    I replied to those the day before yesterday...but thanks for the heads up. :)
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  5. mrblonde

    mrblonde Well-Known Member

    Dreamcatcer is top 10 for me. I consumed this one on Audible, and loved the narrator (DeMunn i think) I loved the Derry parts, and I loved the humor. I'll forever be 14 when it comes to fart jokes.
    I loved the boy's "secret language." because my friends and I had our own.
    I guess I "got" the Duddits parts, and loved that he was the center of the boy's connection. I think I may listen to this one again soon now that I am thinking about it :)
  6. lowman

    lowman Well-Known Member

    I enjoyed this book very much,ot had excitement,humor, i just thought it was good glad i read it.
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  7. Bardo

    Bardo Well-Known Member

    Re-reading now and Still lov it!!
    Sometimes,for me, I just like "hangin" with the characters again,
    Another attraction,again for me, are the flash back to kids.
    I really connect with those stories,(Stand by me,It and so on)

    I have noticed that the switching between era's is not as clean as his usual stuff.
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