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I can't wait to read the final book of the series.
Without saying too much (I REALLY wish I could just tell the whole thing!), I will say that there is almost a kind of role reversal happening here.
For me, the most interesting part of the story is that King has become a character in his own book as himself.
Quite a tale and continues the story well and foreshadows adventures to come for the Katet in New York and in Maine. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Richard E. Berman
Stephen King is ever the story teller in this gripping page turner. I couldn't put it down if I tried, and I'm reading The Dark Tower series for a third time since I started as a... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Crazy Carl, RN
After the sometimes drudgingly slow dialogue based stories that were books 3 through 5, #6 follows the style of what I liked most about #2: It works its way in and out of this... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Eric Kurtz
In King's sixth book in this series we find a kind of fun, off handed, set up to the crescendo. I thought the story was light on purpose but the uniqueness of King writing himself... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Kenneth Gentry
Although this was my least favorite book in the Dark Tower series (so far), it was still good. There are points in the story where I really had to wonder where the story was... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Tim Giboney
Great addition to the dark tower series, this book really makes you think. Interested to find out where this is all heading.Published 12 days ago by Max StG
I love King's style of writing. I finished his Dark Tower series in just a couple of months. I would have finished them sooner, but of course I have obligations. Read morePublished 13 days ago by melinda
In this book VI of the Dark Tower series, Song of Susannah brings our gunslingers closer to the Tower and their journey has many surprises. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Baroness of Topaz