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Strieber was writing great fiction when probably many, including myself, weren't even a gleam in our daddy's eye yet.
I love this genre and have read all his old novels. In 2012 he flexes his muscles as a writer. I think perhaps he's too subtle and sophisticated for these doltish one star reviewers who have been reading pablum for too long.
Is it fantastic and does into even venture into "Magic-Realism" like Ray Bradbury? Absolutely!! That's what is so great about Strieber's skill and craft. Not many could pull this off. But like his alter ego personality, Willie Dale, once he's in that writer's trancelike zone, look out. The writing is just short of literary and sometimes poetic.
Whitley Strieber is another underated less-known great American novelist.
I saw that he dedicated this novel to the late Robert Anton Wilson. If you don't know who he is, then read him before you tackle this Sci-Fi classic.
Side note. I loved the sections where the character Wiley is a thinly masked version of Whitley himself. If half of what he and his wife Ann have gone through in facing the personal demons of a genius writer are true, then what a remarkable story of heart-felt love and family bonding.
Anyway, dismiss the one star reviews here and read a real work of fiction rather than the latest vampire teenage mindless dreg.