Doctor Strange: The Fate of Dreams, A Prose Novel

Doctor Strange The Fate of Dreams A Prose Novel The world is falling apart Violent crime is surging while the global economy craters Doctor Stephen Strange the Sorcerer Supreme has defeated demonic hordes battled evil wizards and tirelessly defe

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  • Title: Doctor Strange: The Fate of Dreams, A Prose Novel
  • Author: Devin Grayson
  • ISBN: 9780785199878
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The world is falling apart Violent crime is surging while the global economy craters Doctor Stephen Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, has defeated demonic hordes, battled evil wizards and tirelessly defended our realm against invading interdimensional armies But when a dangerous dream begins inspiring normal people to act out their darkest ambitions, even Doctor Strange isThe world is falling apart Violent crime is surging while the global economy craters Doctor Stephen Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, has defeated demonic hordes, battled evil wizards and tirelessly defended our realm against invading interdimensional armies But when a dangerous dream begins inspiring normal people to act out their darkest ambitions, even Doctor Strange is pushed to his very limits Working alongside his longtime nemesis, Nightmare, the Sorcerer Supreme must delve into the nightmares, delusions and desires of an entire planet To save the Dream Realms, he ll have to give up some illusions of his own including his heroism And in the fallout, what dreams will haunt the Sorcerer Supreme

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    1. Forgive me, for I am weak. And, in my defense, it is the second half of December (which is supposed to be a time of rest and recreation, or something like that). But, regardless, I have done a foolish thing, even if I don't entirely regret it. I have now read, back-to-back, three (yup, count 'em, three) Marvel (comic) prose novels (at the end of a year in which I'd read one earlier, which, of course, contributed to me having the stack of Marvel prose novels in the first place - so, yes, just to [...]

    2. I had not followed Doctor Strange in the comics, but I did enjoy the movie, so I thought I would give the book a chance. It was an okay book. It starts off slow before kind-of picking up [some] speed toward the end. I did enjoy the cameos of some other characters from the Marvel U; I think the book might have been more enjoyable if one or two of the cameos had stuck around a bit longer to assist Strange. The character development was kinda spotty; I did learn quite a bit about Strange's backhist [...]

    3. I certainly got my anticipated escapism for a couple evenings. I had hoped for more, I don't know why. The Marvel Comics feel really didn't abate. The attempt to involve the reader in the inner life of the characters fell flat. The plot took three protagonists into the Dream Realm and nothing could be more personal than lucid dreaming and the encounters set up by the story. I appreciate that though prose, the author wrote to a comic enthusiast audience. The classic 'retelling and deepening of th [...]

    4. This was exactly what I was hoping for and more. I love with the Doctor Strange movie that we're getting a lot more older/newer stories and now this prose novel? I loved it. It seems to take place in the same universe as the more recent graphic novels as it has the same illustrations in the book.

    5. It's a real pleasure to finally be able to read a Doctor Strange story. It's original and I really like how the realm of dreams was described. And I found Nightmare strangely endearing. I hope there will be more Doctor Strange books in the future.

    6. The world is falling apart and magic is the only way? People are killing each other, they are stark raving mad when asleep. So , it's in the sleep realm, only magic can help right!?. Dr Strange needs the help from and old enemy, a new convert, an old enemy an a Inhuman. WTH, how does this play out?!? Only magic can help? Right!?! Great read and I love these Marvel novel.

    7. Overall, I liked this one. A quick, fun read - not brilliant, but I'd still recommend this to any fans of the comics. To be honest, if you aren't already into the comics I don't know why you'd even consider checking this one out, considering it's currently only available in a not too cheap hardcover edition (it is a very pretty edition though. Bachalo's pencils are not my favourite interpretation of the character by a long shot, but the drawings they chose for the book's interior art are still p [...]

    8. Although the book was entertaining, I couldn't get into this audiobook like the other Marvel novels. I just didn't really care for plot. Interesting characters kept me engaged long enough to finish this very short book. Not recommended unless you have nothing else to read and need a quick fix.

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