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I'm not really good writing reviews about novels slash books 'cause I simply want to read and adore the book afterwards, 'cause that's why books slash novels are written. To entertain us. And if they fail, then read another one that suits your taste and preference. I don't wanna be too critical and my mind is just programmed to admire good books and authors.

Stephen King's Dreamcatcher is one of my favorite book though I have heard too much negative comments and reactions against the novel. This is another book from Booksale which has approximately 800 plus pages. I liked how Stephen King has fleshed out every characters perfectly. I loved how he has illustrated every details cunningly in his very own style of writing.

I'm waiting for my friend to return this book to me after borrowing few weeks ago. Just a force of habit to smell the pages of the book before I will write something about it. But like any other books of mine that haven't returned to the owner, I expect the worse. So what, I can buy hundreds of copies of Dreamcatcher by Stehen King if I long to (sourgraping).

Same shit different day, that's my favorite motto originated from four protagonists. Pete, Beaver, Henry and Jonesy. Everyone has the same load of shit and unhappiness. They were childhood best of friends. In their childhood they encountered a bullied kid named Doughlas Cavell, with Down Syndrome. They saved him from bullies and from then on, they've done so much favor just for him. The character of Douglas also known as Duddits touched me deep down. I named my new puppy Duddits and claiming that my puppy also could possess the power of mental telepathy like what the real Duddits in the novel has.

Beside Aslan of The Chronicles of Narnia, Duddits is my favorite fictional character (as if it matters). Simply because he loves his friends. He would do anything for his friends, even it risks his life. I really wanted to discuss some parts of the story but I prefer not to spoil the mystery and fun of discovering it yourself.

Yes, it has a movie adaptation. But I tell you, if you're a bookworm like me, you may want the book copy rather than the disc.

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