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Meanwhile, Johnny's warnings that a disaster will occur at his pupil's graduation party are ignored by some, leading to several deaths. Now believing he must take more decisive action to prevent nuclear war, and learning his headaches are the result of a brain tumor, Johnny buys a rifle to kill Stillson. At the next rally, Stillson begins his speech and Johnny shoots from a balcony. He misses and is wounded by guards. Stillson grabs a young child and holds him up as a human shield.

A bystander photographs Stillson's act. Unable to shoot a child, Johnny is shot twice by the bodyguards. He falls off the balcony, mortally wounded. Dying, Johnny touches Stillson a final time. He feels only dwindling impressions but knows the terrible future has been prevented.

When published, the picture of Stillson using a child as a shield ends his political career. Sarah feels a brief moment of psychic contact with Johnny's spirit and, comforted, drives away. Christopher Lehmann-Haupt of The New York Times compared reading the novel to the experience of watching "a particularly compelling movie", which he said is evidence of the novel's entertainment value, even if it does not speak of its literary value.

Smythe said that although the novel seems to have no clear antagonist throughout the first two-thirds, it reveals itself as "a more literary novel about rehabilitation and loss". Despite the above, the American Library Association named The Dead Zone the 82nd-most banned and challenged book in the United States between and It was directed by David Cronenberg.

In the movie adaptation, the phrase "dead zone" does not refer to the part of Johnny's brain that is damaged. Instead, it refers to the blind spots in Johnny's visions of the future. Since they don't appear in visions of the past or events that are occurring in the present, Johnny concludes the "dead zone" blindspots represent that the future is not set and can be altered.

In the TV series, the phrase "dead zone" does not refer to the part of Johnny's brain that is damaged but instead to the previously "dormant" part of his brain that awakens and causes his psychic abilities. It is shown that others before and after Johnny who suffered similar injuries also have their "dead zones" awakened and experience the same psychic abilities. Sarah's husband Walt and the character of Sheriff George Bannerman were combined for the TV show into a new character Walt Bannerman, who marries Sarah during Johnny's coma and is the local sheriff.

Walt regularly works with Johnny, the two combining police resources and psychic visions to solve many cases. While in the book, Sarah and Johnny only share a kiss before his coma, the TV series depicts them as childhood friends who then become long time lovers and conceive a child before Johnny's accident.

When Johnny awakens from his coma, he learns he and Sarah have a son, Johnny or "JJ", who is being raised by her and Walt. Among the supporting cast, Johnny's physical therapist Bruce becomes his best friend and most trusted aid during his adventures and his eventual investigation of Stillson. A season 2 episode reveals that if Johnny and Bruce had never met, then Johnny would have become an isolated loner who dies while attempting to assassinate Stillson at a rally, just as occurred in the book.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: The Dead Zone film. Worlds Without End. Retrieved The New York Times. The Washington Post. The Guardian. American Library Association. Novel portal. Stephen King. Bibliography Short fiction Unpublished and uncollected Awards and nominations. Heroes for Hope American Vampire If you're a King fan and haven't read this, you should.

If you feel like I do, that one of King's greatest strength is his character development, then, I think you'll enjoy this. Great book. Example: the 1st 20 minutes of the movie you would be over half way through the book. There was more direct relation from the book in the Shining movie than there was with the Dead Zone movie.

You'll see exactly what I mean. This is Stephen King extraordinaire! It is hard to write a review for one of his novels. There are so many parallel plots that cross each other. You, as a reader are never in the dead zone. I am reading Stephen King' s novels in the order of publication.

Johnny Smith is a haunted character, given powerful and strange abilities by an accident which robs him of the life he once had. Johnny spends half the 's in a coma, making parts of his story read like a time capsule of the period. Johnny suddenly sees dangers that others cannot, leading him to become savior or Cassandra again and again. As the stakes behind his visions rise, the difficulties with preventing disaster become greater.

I love this book! Wish it went on longer! I can not wait to get to the next adventure with you S. One person found this helpful. I don't love this book as much as some of Stephen King's other books, but it still deserves 5 stars, and you should still read it. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. In The Dead Zone John Smith wakes up from a 4 year coma with the ability to see the past and the future of the people he touches.

Some people see this ability as a gift from God. But for John, he sees it as a curse. John is also known as Johnny in The Dead Zone and these names will be used interchangeably throughout this review. All was going well until John tried his luck on The Wheel of Fortune. The first time he wins. Then the second and third time to. Again and again he wins. Meanwhile Sarah has become ill and is being violently sick after eating a bad hot dog. Johnny takes Sarah home and then calls a taxi.

A car driving on the wrong side of the road crashes into the taxi at speed, causing the deaths of the boy driving the car on the wrong side of the road and the taxi driver. John is propelled out of the taxi through the windshield and goes into a coma. When Johnny wakes up, he discovers that everything has changed. His body is weak, despite being exercised with physiotherapy while he was comatose. His mind has a Dead Zone, a microscopic part of his brain that has been damaged.

His mother who was always a religious woman, has become fervent religionist. Sarah is now married to another man and has a child. As Johnny works hard to recover and rebuild his life. Johnny soon makes news with his predictions and rides out the media storms the best he can. He just wants a normal life and more importantly the normal life the car accident robbed him of. But he knows that this is not possible. Too much has changed. That is until he shake that hand of Greg Stillson.

John becomes obsessed with Stillson and starts getting head-splitting headaches. John finds himself debating whether he would kill Hitler if time travel was possible. He decides that he would and that the same action needs to be taken to prevent Stillson from ever becoming President. Every element of The Dead Zone was excellent and enjoyable. The description pulls the reader into the story from the beginning and until the end.

The characters were charming, cunning and crafty. Johnny was particularly appealing and interesting, with the reader feeling for and relating to this character from the start of the book. The plot was intriguing, fascinating and full of unpredictable, but perfectly pleasant twists and turns. The pacing was perfect at all times and felt like a car with cruise control doing 70MPH on the motorway.

John Smith. The Dead Zone is without any doubt a King classic. Johnny had an excellent outlook after a terrible thing, and it really left you thinking about how you would handle something like that. However, it was around that point that I felt the book should have been coming to a conclusion. This is one of the few books I've read where the climax seems to have come in the middle of the book rather than the end.

Sure the journey continues, but honestly, the second half paled in comparison to the first. As King books go, this is written in his classic style and was easy to read and follow along with. Waking up almost five years later, Johnny is shocked to learn how much things have changed. I first read The Dead Zone as a teenager, though my memory of it tends to fixate on the movie version starring Christopher Walken , so I thought it was time I gave it another look.

Another classic from the King of horror see what I did there? Report abuse. It's only once you finish The Dead Zone that you realise it isn't really a horror novel, although King's willingness to get his hands dirty keeps this story as real and gripping as any of his chillers. As ever, the plot is character-driven: everyone in the story is treated as a full, human character, so even bit-part characters help to map out a colourful and engaging world for the action to take place in.

There are more of King's signature flourishes - spot-on colloquial dialogue, damages wrought by religious zeal - but there are fun accents too, as he references the work of his inspirations, most notably Ray Bradbury. King is talented and disciplined writer, and The Dead Zone gives him an ample sandbox for to draw his ideas out. It's perhaps a little more low-key than some of his famous horrors, but it's as compulsively readable and, by the end, as affirming as any of the greats in his oeuvre.

My first King novel. And not a bad start, I've seen it written somewhere that this is his best. I spent most of the novel wanting to see how Johnny and Sarah would finally get it together - but the finale had a ring of truth, and the surprise of his underlying condition suddenly caused things to fall in place. It's a very enjoyable read, and while it has strains of the supernatural, it's also very believable in many ways.

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The first half of the novel tells a story about a serial killer. The second half tells a story about an evil self-serving politician. Steven King seemed to be prescient in writing the seance half of the novel, foretelling so perfectly the era of Donald Trump, of his mindless minions, of a press that is more interested in getting a story that sells than in protecting our democratic system, of a political party that cares only about winning and virtually nothing about serving the people of this country.

I know that I read this novel years ago but it had faded in my memory. When I was re-reading it, I was struck with not only how well written and engaging the novel is but also with how spookily relevant for our times some of what King talks about is. If you have never read this work and you are a King fan, it is most certainly worth your time. If you HAVE read it, a re-read might be worth it for you, too. What are you waiting for?

An engraved invitation? Buy it! Read it! Love it! It's Stephen King. You either like his writing, or you're not even reading this review, because you'd never buy something of his. I saw that some other reviewers complained that this book was slow-paced or boring.

I did not find that to be the case, but the thing I've always loved most about King's writing is the care he puts into crafting his characters. They are real people, who live on in your mind, with all their virtues and flaws. Just masterful. So, I didn't mind that we didn't jump right into the precognition stuff.

I had watched the movie with Christopher Walken many years ago I know, sacrilege to watch the movie first. I don't remember how the movie wrapped things up, so am trying not to write any spoilers, but that intense character building King does paid off in a big way at the end.

I was wrecked, emotionally wrecked, and cursing Stephen King's name, even as I was saying, "So good. So freaking good. You got me again, Mr. If you're a King fan and haven't read this, you should. If you feel like I do, that one of King's greatest strength is his character development, then, I think you'll enjoy this. Great book. Example: the 1st 20 minutes of the movie you would be over half way through the book. There was more direct relation from the book in the Shining movie than there was with the Dead Zone movie.

You'll see exactly what I mean. This is Stephen King extraordinaire! It is hard to write a review for one of his novels. There are so many parallel plots that cross each other. You, as a reader are never in the dead zone. I am reading Stephen King' s novels in the order of publication. Johnny Smith is a haunted character, given powerful and strange abilities by an accident which robs him of the life he once had.

Johnny spends half the 's in a coma, making parts of his story read like a time capsule of the period. Johnny suddenly sees dangers that others cannot, leading him to become savior or Cassandra again and again. As the stakes behind his visions rise, the difficulties with preventing disaster become greater. I love this book! Wish it went on longer! I can not wait to get to the next adventure with you S. One person found this helpful. I don't love this book as much as some of Stephen King's other books, but it still deserves 5 stars, and you should still read it.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. In The Dead Zone John Smith wakes up from a 4 year coma with the ability to see the past and the future of the people he touches. Some people see this ability as a gift from God. But for John, he sees it as a curse. John is also known as Johnny in The Dead Zone and these names will be used interchangeably throughout this review. All was going well until John tried his luck on The Wheel of Fortune.

The first time he wins. Then the second and third time to. Again and again he wins. Meanwhile Sarah has become ill and is being violently sick after eating a bad hot dog. Johnny takes Sarah home and then calls a taxi. A car driving on the wrong side of the road crashes into the taxi at speed, causing the deaths of the boy driving the car on the wrong side of the road and the taxi driver. John is propelled out of the taxi through the windshield and goes into a coma. When Johnny wakes up, he discovers that everything has changed.

His body is weak, despite being exercised with physiotherapy while he was comatose. His mind has a Dead Zone, a microscopic part of his brain that has been damaged. His mother who was always a religious woman, has become fervent religionist.

Sarah is now married to another man and has a child. As Johnny works hard to recover and rebuild his life. Johnny soon makes news with his predictions and rides out the media storms the best he can. He just wants a normal life and more importantly the normal life the car accident robbed him of. But he knows that this is not possible. Too much has changed. That is until he shake that hand of Greg Stillson. John becomes obsessed with Stillson and starts getting head-splitting headaches.

John finds himself debating whether he would kill Hitler if time travel was possible. He decides that he would and that the same action needs to be taken to prevent Stillson from ever becoming President. Every element of The Dead Zone was excellent and enjoyable. The description pulls the reader into the story from the beginning and until the end.

The characters were charming, cunning and crafty. Johnny was particularly appealing and interesting, with the reader feeling for and relating to this character from the start of the book. The plot was intriguing, fascinating and full of unpredictable, but perfectly pleasant twists and turns. The pacing was perfect at all times and felt like a car with cruise control doing 70MPH on the motorway. John Smith. The Dead Zone is without any doubt a King classic.

Johnny had an excellent outlook after a terrible thing, and it really left you thinking about how you would handle something like that. However, it was around that point that I felt the book should have been coming to a conclusion. This is one of the few books I've read where the climax seems to have come in the middle of the book rather than the end.

Sure the journey continues, but honestly, the second half paled in comparison to the first. As King books go, this is written in his classic style and was easy to read and follow along with. Johnny Smith, the small-town schoolteacher who spun the wheel of fortune and won a trip into John Smith, who awakened from a seemingly interminable coma with an accursed power: the power to see the future and the terrible fate awaiting mankind in Penguin Books Ltd.

Penguin Books South Africa Pty. Used by permission. All rights reserved. The publisher does not have any control over and does not assume any responsibility for author or third-party Web sites or their content. The scanning, uploading and distribution of this book via the Internet or via any other means without the permission of the publisher is illegal and punishable by law.

Please purchase only authorized electronic editions, and do not participate in or encourage electronic piracy of copyrighted materials. All of the major characters are made up. Because it plays against the historical backdrop of the last decade, the reader may recognize certain actual figures who played their parts in the s. It is my hope that none of these figures has been misrepresented.

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