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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. In the fallout, what dreams will haunt the Sorcerer Supreme? 

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The Doctor is in!

I'm a big fan of Graphic audio and of Doctor Strange.
so this was a treat for me.
the story and the telling of it was most excellent.
I highly recommend.

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A must listen for Strange fans

Great sounds and performances, decent story, and overall surprisingly good. I’ve never read (or listened to) a comic-based novel before but even without the extra extra that this audio performance has, this was really decent.

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Terrible. Utterly.

Distracting backround noise adds nothing (hint: it rarely does). Bad voice overs or distorted vocals. Didn't make it past the first 5m.

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Fits Right In

Honestly it fits right into the comics I could even imagine where chronologically speaking. The only issue I had was not that Dr. Strange is a flawed human being but how he's flawed if that makes sense. In the comics and here too he's kinda a womanizer and I always hated that subplot. It was just used in the comics to show when he sunk low. So every now-and-again he'd lose something or get depress then wake up with a woman or two and I thought it was contrive nonsense. So that's my only issue. It's a small one. Doesn't hurt the overall story.

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Boring narrator

The narrator is borderline monotone. That’s the only downer about this book. Everyone else is great, though.

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captivating story

was able to quickly finish this because it was so exciting. loved it! especially the portrayal of nightmare and janes friendship.

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Emotionally spellbinding!

Awesome book that will make you think and feel for all characters. Read and enjoy.

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Things get Strange

Swap out dreams for the multiverse and the story has a lot of similarities to Dr. Strange Multiverse of Madness. In my opinion though Fate of dreams is a better version of the two.

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Very disappointed in this audiobook

The narrator that kept talking during the a ton sequences was so distracting it took me out of the story each and every time. Was excited to listen to this but had to stop it numerous times because of how distracting it was.

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  • Mark
  • 10-22-19

It's like a comic book in made of sound!

Not sure what I was expecting when I pre-ordered this. Doctor Strange is one of my favourites from the Marvel Universe so I was a little excited when I first saw it pop up for pre-order. After eagerly awaiting it's released, I loaded up audible and started to listen.
It caught me off guard a little at the start. The audio book is in the style of a radio play, and seemingly has a full cast of characters, along with background music and sound effects. The narration is heard over the top as it tells the story.
My initial reaction was I wasn't going to like it, since there wasn't a sample audio yet (and still isn't as I write this). However, as I listened it felt very much at home with the comic style and I really started to enjoy it.
Overall, if you're into marvel comic, and want to hear what is almost a sound track to a movie, it's well worth the credit. Hopefully there is more to come.

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  • Lex D
  • 08-11-20

Fantastical Kirby-esk story

A wonderful if not dark story, rooted in the Marvel ethos, with a brilliant world beautifully brought to life by the cast. Recommended for any Strange fan and anyone who enjoys the Marvel worlds.

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  • Daniel Conroy
  • 07-27-21

quite interesting

the bookstarted and finished well but the middle didn't seem to add a lot to the story

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  • Glyn
  • 07-16-21

Interesting but not engrossing

Love Dr Strange one of my favourites, although the story line was interesting I wouldn't say it was completely engrossing but still enjoyable it had everything you expected from Dr Strange just the story didn't really have the wow factor to me anyway