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The Dreamers In An Isolated College Town In The Hills Of Southern California, A Freshman Girl Stumbles Into Her Dorm Room, Falls Asleep And Doesn T Wake Up She Sleeps Through The Morning, Into The Evening Her Roommate, Mei, Cannot Rouse Her Neither Can The Paramedics Who Carry Her Away, Nor The Perplexed Doctors At The Hospital Then A Second Girl Falls Asleep, And Then Another, And Panic Takes Hold Of The College And Spreads To The Town As The Number Of Cases Multiplies, Classes Are Canceled, And Stores Begin To Run Out Of Supplies A Quarantine Is Established The National Guard Is Summoned Mei, An Outsider In The Cliquish Hierarchy Of Dorm Life, Finds Herself Thrust Together With An Eccentric, Idealistic Classmate Two Visiting Professors Try To Protect Their Newborn Baby As The Once Quiet Streets Descend Into Chaos A Father Succumbs To The Illness, Leaving His Daughters To Fend For Themselves And At The Hospital, A New Life Grows Within A College Girl, Unbeknownst To Her Even As She Sleeps A Psychiatrist, Summoned From Los Angeles, Attempts To Make Sense Of The Illness As It Spreads Through The Town Those Infected Are Displaying Unusual Levels Of Brain Activity, Than Has Ever Been Recorded They Are Dreaming Heightened Dreams But Of What

10 thoughts on “The Dreamers

  1. says:

    This was magic Highly recommend, but for a very specific audience If you enjoy having tons of characters that you don t necessarily get time to connect with or like and appreciate a vague, mysterious tone through to the endget to it 4.5 stars.

  2. says:

    These days, science doesn t take much interest in dreams. 2 stars I m rating this purely based on my personal enjoyment and connection with the narrative Some people are going to love this book I read Walker s The Age of Miracles than six years ago, didn t love it, but wanted to give her another try I know my tastes have changed Maybe even the author had changed, too As it turns out, my review of

  3. says:

    This narrative style From the first paragraph I knew I was going to be so pulled into this story, whatever it was going to be, by the writing There is something about it, the way Karen Thompson Walker tells this story It s third person narrative and I felt removed as if I was watching this on film or on the stage but at the same time there s an intimacy that affords the reader a connection to these cha

  4. says:

    It is much harder for me to write a review of a book that I did not like rather than one I loved I do not usually read science fiction fantasy or whatever genre this would be assigned to but the reviews were so good for this novel I decided to give it a try.The premise is not a new one There have been many books written and movies made of a virus or some alien illness infecting humans and making them behav

  5. says:

    An epidemic of perpetual sleep strikes a small town Many are trapped not by a captor, but by their own slumber I was captivated immediately from page one A frightful opening made me ever so curious to read onThis author s writing style was mesmerizing and magical I was absorbed in her words and the fictional town in California Literary fiction at its best without needless side stories or wasted dialogue The st

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    4.5 College A time when teens begin the transformation into adulthood Truly, just teenagers experiencing life away from home for the first time Wide eyed excitement, anticipation and seemingly endless opportunities the world has to offer them.But at an un assuming, small college in Santa Lora California, that idyllic life is about to change forever.When Kara comes home unusually early from a night of drinking, she

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    Confession time I m a total hypochondriac I don t watch medical shows, because I ve convinced myself I m dying of things it s medically impossible for me to contract I caught a bad cold two days after finishing The Stand , and I was convinced the end was near I m a mess.Needless to say, it might not have been the best idea to finish Karen Thompson Walker s The Dreamers just before bed, but luckily I m here to tell you

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    Me Liking a sci fi book It s true And no, I did not undergo electric shock therapy This book is almost pogo stick worthy, it s so damn good I don t even know what category this book fits into To me, it s not pure sci fi, really Is there such a thing as disaster books, like there are disaster movies Because that s what it is It s not about aliens or weird gadgets it s about a virus, a sleeping sickness, that takes over a c

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    4 genre spanning stars The Dreamers is a different sort of read for me, and I m grateful I read it The premise A disease is affecting a college town causing unstoppable sleep and vividly strange dreams It all starts at a university in Southern California when a student, Kara, falls asleep and no one can rouse her, not her roommate, Mei, and not even the doctors at the hospital That event is then followed by another student, a

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    4.25 Stars.In Santa Lora, California, a College Student, named Kara, falls into a deep dream filled sleep No one can wake her She is the first of many Mei was Kara s roommate, she and several other survivors on Kara s floor, including a teenager named Matthew, have been quarantined Two sisters, Sara and Libby are left to fend for themselves after their father succumbs to sleep Around town, there are armed guards, keeping the unin

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