Dark Tower: Dark Tower v. 7 Paperback – Jan 1 2004
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"The Gunslinger" contains one of the most intense and vivid action sequences that is still playing in my mind...
"The Drawing of the 3" was surely some wacked out view point and probably the most captivating in the series...
"The WasteLands" contain some signature Stephen King horror which is simply mesmerizing...
"Wizards and Glass" was probably my toughest read (yawn) but one I simply cannot forget his friends...
The last three books in the series are equally complete. Each dealing with the challenges of our "ka-tet". But the highlight here(for me) would be the new character introduced in the last and seventh book. As for the end of the series, well I must admit that I was expecting something...more...There were so many sacrifices and the journey was so challenging...But yet, as "Twirling Finger" pointed out, or the way he said it, well I can live with it. Highly recommended.
Thank you Stephen King. May your magic tales touch the lives of countless others like they have mine.
I have always adored Stephen King's writing, and the man himself! He has the most fantastic, dark imagination and sense of timing than any author ever. His books are masterpieces, yet King has remained his sweet, humble self. (Can you believe he allowed me, a little known author, to use a quote he wrote, put my own spin on it and make it my own!) If that isn't generosity, I don't know what is!
As you can see, I recommend this book without qualification ... and I've learned a valuable lesson--never say never! I made a liar out of myself this time, but I'm delighted for the opportunity to have had such a fabulous reading experience.
Thanks, Stephen King, for countless hours of entertainment ... not only with your books, but your movies, as well!
KING'S THE KING, for sure!
One of the things I loved most about the books (apart from Stephen King's own involvement in the tale) was the many links to his other works - eg., finally discovering what became of a character from a much earlier book, and finding answers about 'low men in yellow coats'.
Go ahead - join the 'ka-tet'. Go on the gunslinger's journey, and find out if all manner of things will be well.
Another series I've begun reading recently that lovers of this one may enjoy is The Unsuspecting Mage, Book One of the Morcyth Saga by Brian S. Pratt. It's a good read too. I love it so much, I'm telling everyone. He's new on the scene but I think is destined to leave his mark on the genre of fantasy.
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At times I thought it was brilliant, even the way King was part of the story. After finishing it late last night, I feel something was lacking. Read morePublished 4 months ago by GregMax
Another great read from Stephen King! This guy is a master with his novelsPublished 5 months ago by Shelby T
Love this series. Have not read a lot of King books. But this series is Awesome!Published 7 months ago by Joel
Stephen, you blew it. Putting yourself in the story totally invalidated the whole series. Bad Stephen. Bad Stephen.
Loved the ending, even though I was in tears.
For those that enjoyed the series as much as I did, this is a great book and a good send off.Published 19 months ago by scoots mcgee
Stephen King ends the series right with this book. Say what you will about this book, but it closes the series and it doesn't feel cheap. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ty2K
I didn't read it since i bought the book for someone else than myself. I think he enjoys it. He says it's a good book.Published on Feb. 12 2013 by Maria