From Publishers Weekly
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This quest is one of King's best...communicates on a genuine, human level...but rich in symbolism and allegory. -- Columbus Dispatch
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Favorite King novel. Very well written and exciting, its slow at the beginning and you have to keep an open mind while reading it but man does it get intense and exciting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve S
I wasn't a huge fan of the first Dark Tower novel for a few reasons (you can check my review of it for an in-depth explanation), and I was worried to continue onto the second book... Read morePublished 20 months ago by #MunBRO
A good follow up to 'The Gunslinger' but you also will realise that this isn't a "western" series. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ty2K
I have the ebooks and enjoyed the series so much that I wanted it in hardcover. This is Stephen Kings masterpiece!Published on March 19 2013 by GinaJ
I read the first four of this series almost twenty years ago. Recently I decided to read them again. I think I am enjoying them more than the first time. Read morePublished on March 2 2013 by SteveH
Stephen King creates quite an accomplishment with the Dark Tower series, and in this volume he expands the series a step further. Read morePublished on June 12 2012 by Chronic