Stand by Me meets The X-Files in one of the great epics of Stephen King’s career. In this novel of adventure, horror and the paranormal, four friends on a hunting trip stumble into a war of the worlds!
Hardcover Book : 624 pages
Publisher: Scribner ( March 31, 2001 )
Item #: 10-349307
Product Dimensions: 6.125 x 9.25 x 1.73inches
Product Weight: 32.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Was dissappointed by this one. The movie was sad,too. I enjoy the movie versions b/c they remind me of cheesy 70's horror flics. Love SK cameos in the movies the most. This reeks up there with The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon. (thanks goodness that one was short!)Hoping for another Talisman or Eyes of the Dragon!
Reviewer: Christina Y
If youve seen the movie you should read the book. The movie did not live up to the book at all. I thought the book was very good.I read it in a week and I think anyone will enjoy it.
Reviewer: Rebekah M
If you watched the movie and liked it, you will love the book. If you watched the movie and hated it, you will love the book. As any King fan knows, with the exception of The Shining, King's own extended version, NOT the original with Jack Nicholson, the movies never compare to his books. This is no exception. Do not base your ideas of the book on the movie. If you skip reading it because you didn't like the movie, you will definately miss out.
Reviewer: Grace R
Great book and story, kept me on the edge the whole book. Movie does not come close to giving this book any credit at all. A definite read for King fans.
Reviewer: Jim C
Hey, I love SK. I have 24 of his books, and 32 of his movies, and I have to say that I love alomost all of them. Yet I do have to admit that DreamCatcher really could have been better. When I strated reading it, it just seemded like it took forever for something to happen, the movie swas not that great either. I think King lost his touch on this one, but nobody's perfect.If you want a great King book, read Desperation and The Regulators. Now they were out of this world, I read them both twice, and can not wait for Desperation the movie.
Reviewer: Michael A