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You know it. Dreamcatcher is not just about those friends but I sort of wish it had been.

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And farts. As Rooster Cogburn told those Parmalee brothers when advising them to stand aside before he shot Lucky Ned Pepper, "I've got no interest in you today. Gray himself takes route in the mind of Jonesy due to his strong psychic ability. But that's just me and my bleeding heart going off again.

FILM REVIEW; Watch It! Those Evil Aliens Will Latch Onto Anything.

I believe the reason Pennywise was able to survive as long as he did is because he created his own environment down in the sewers, his own ecosystem, much like the Grays in The Tommyknockers. The body horror is great, especially the bathroom scenes are truly horrific. Our decisions and our actions. Mostly applied to the shitweasels but Mr.

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Jane, the four friends are twitchy and jokey in a way that's meant to be charming but that is sufficiently annoying to make you wonder which of their characters you hope to see killed off first. While it's definitely true that King is repeating some themes and tropes from his previous books, I think that the relationships and the connections depicted here are some of the most touching, at least in my mind. Save changes Close.

But I think Mr Gray had to both real he could infect Jonesy's mind and not-real he didn't seem to ever truly have an honest-to-goodness physical form separate from the byrus. They knew it, but not why. Pete can locate things, but what about the other besides reading people's minds? I just finished reading the book a few days ago. Should I cut King some slack because of all that? There's the "adults who bonded as children and did a great thing" theme from It.

View 1 comment. But hey, these were farting aliens! Anyway - I think my previous review of this book is likely to be much better than this one. Post a Comment. With a few notable exceptions, they just don't get it right.

Anyone who wants to read this book must be prepared for sleepless nights and illusions. Michael, everything you say is what inspired my question: And his villains are always the nastiest that you can imagine.