The Dream Catcher

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The Dream Catcher

The Dream Catcher In a future world whose people are clustered in domed cities fifteen year old Ruth who possesses great extrasensory powers and who has received troubling messages in her dreams from another center o

  • Title: The Dream Catcher
  • Author: Monica Hughes
  • ISBN: 9780689313318
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a future world whose people are clustered in domed cities, fifteen year old Ruth, who possesses great extrasensory powers and who has received troubling messages in her dreams from another center of civilization, accompanies a group to search for the source of the messages.

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    1. Jessica on said:

      The sequel to my beloved Devil On My Back. Another of the "arks" is revealed: Ark Three, which has dedicated itself to mental and spiritual harmony. But even in this gentle and loving society, Ruth is an outcast because she cannot stand being linked to everyone else's mind. During her journey of discovery- of herself, of their world- she meets up with the rebel slaves from ArcOne and even Tomi Bent, now a grown man. Okay, I seriously was IN LOVE with Tomi when I was a kid, and he frankly did not [...]

    2. Sara Powell on said:

      I loved "Devil On My Back" in my early teens. I finally located this, the sequel, as a young adult. Several thoughts come to mind immediately:1) Two young male characters are reversed between this book and the prequel. That has always nagged at me.2) This book feels a bit less developed, in certain scenes, than the first. Nonetheless, this book touches on several themes that continue to be relevant: The role of the outsider, or misfit; bullying; a warning about letting ourselves become too compl [...]

    3. Lioness on said:

      Monica Hughes was one of the best s-f writers for kids, bar none. This books was part of her series that began with Devil on my Back. It takes place on a future Earth where most people live under domes. Each dome think they are the only ones left on earth and have evolved in radically different ways.

    4. Michelle on said:

      The best book in the whole of my childhood, even today I still pluck it from my groaning bookshelves and read it cover to cover without a break.Wish there were more but alas there never will be. Give it a go if you ever get the chance. It's very early mind fiction with a slight science fiction edge.

    5. Tsuyu Ko on said:

      This is not my favorite book. I believe The Dream Catcher has a total of two in the series. The one I read is definiely the first book. I cannot find the first on . I like the author's writing style. I am looking forward to read other books that are written by Monica Hughes.

    6. Jennifer on said:

      Not as good as Devil On My Back but I really enjoyed this one when I was in junior high school.

    7. David Robins on said:

      Good story of the meeting of the Arcs; wish there were more in the series.

    8. Ryan Solski on said:

      Weird science fiction piece about the Web. Fun and entertaining, and very much like most of Monica Hughes other writings. Had this one from elementary school.

    9. Lorna Doak on said:

      I read this book when I was young, and discovered I had forgotten some parts and misremembered others. Short and bittersweet, it both satisfies and leaves me wishing there were stories of the other mentioned Arcs.

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