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No one can fathom what this barrier is, where it came from, and when—or if—it will go away. Against them stands Big Jim Rennie, a politician who will stop at nothing—even murder—to hold the reins of power, and his son, who is keeping a horrible secret in a dark pantry. But their main adversary is the Dome itself. Leia mais Leia menos. Fale com a Editora!
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Which did you prefer? I’m glad I saw the TV series before I read the book. I enjoyed the first two seasons; I could have done without the third. Still, although the TV series did convey the claustrophobic atmosphere of the Dome, the characters on the whole were much more likeable, and even “Big Jim” Rennie wasn’t quite as villainous, although he was certainly no hero, either.
King himself, in the Author’s Note, admits there is quite a large cast of characters in the novel. It seemed to me he was trying to balance the bad characters with the good. Perhaps I am overly optimistic, but I believe that most people are basically good, and especially in a town the size of Chester’s Mill, with a thousand or so people, it would be hard to come up with a police force of a couple dozen people who were willing to ignore their conscience and follow Rennie’s orders.
And I don’t think Rennie could have fooled so many people into trusting him. There had to be enough people in Chester’s Mill who knew Rennie for what he was – a greedy, heartless moneygrubber – to prevent him from acquiring so much power. Another difference between the book and the TV series is Dale Barbara “Barbie” spends almost three-fourths of the book in jail, whereas in the TV series he is one of the main characters and in almost every scene.
Except for the few times Barbie is visited in jail, he is only active in the book in the very beginning and in the end, after his friends bust him out of jail.
Just because I liked the TV series better, that doesn’t mean I didn’t like the book. I did, it’s just that there were times when I got really tired of reading about mean, nasty people, or people who were drug addicts or alcoholics or otherwise had serious problems. Like, for instance, Junior’s brain tumor which caused him to act on impulses which must have already been there but he managed to control them until the tumor started eating away at his brain.
Speaking of which, even though the book for the most part didn’t have the graphic violence of the TV series I closed my eyes during the opening credits every time the Dome split the cow in halfthere were plenty of descriptions of some pretty nasty stuff.
Typical King, but somewhat restrained, for which I say a resounding “Thank you! It reminded me of several Twilight Zone episodes, however. So many books are written these days, it’s hard to come up with truly original ideas.
The Dome as something that is done to people, as opposed to something that is done for people which I’ve read in other science fiction books is original. And the book doesn’t have the easy answers for problems caused by the Dome that the series did.
Is the book worth reading? But this is another case where I would advise watching the TV series first, before reading the book, simply because the series is more enjoyable – in my opinion. There are a few instances where there are occurrences which could be labeled supernatural: But considering the origin of the Dome and the detailed description of the effects of the explosion on the Dome, I would call this speculative fiction at the very least, if not science fiction.
Imagine if you will you are driving out of your home town when you notice the traffic stopped in front of you. You exit your car to look up ahead and see the first car in line crashed into an unseen barrier that isolates your town from the rest of the world. No one knows where the barrier came from; no one know why it was there and who caused it to appear.
Now, imagine you have a narcissistic leader of the town counsel who gets drunk with power and sees this as an opportunity for himself.
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People are dying rexoma no one knows when this will end, the air quality declines, planes crash into the barrier from the outside; people commit suicide on the inside. A leader is appointed by the military, who has taken active control of the situation – but only on the outside of the dome. There are a couple of ex-military on the inside, one of whom is contacted by cell phone. Cell phones continue to work.
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He’s told to take control. The conflict between Big Jim and Colonel Barbie is intense. But, with Barbie the newcomer to the town and Lvro Jim seen as it’s parading hero, it seems to be a losing battle. I won’t go any further than this, but suffice it to say that the plot thickens and gets fedoma intense.
Reading it reminded me strongly of Animal Farm. The town is on an island and someone has to be in charge. What happens when the power goes to their heads? What happens to people who stand in their way perceived or real? Don’t be afraid of the bulk of the book.
Topping in at about 1, pages it could seem overwhelming. But, King’s style flows well and the book reads pretty quickly. This is a real page turner. If you are fond of Steven King’s writing, this one will get you going. Formas de pagamento aceitas: Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. Visualizar ou modificar seus pedidos em sua conta.