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From School Library Journal
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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The Dark Tower series, as Stephen King explained in his introduction to its first book, The Gunslinger, is essentially his Lord of the Rings—an epic fantasy tale stretching over... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Nick Wisseman
One of Steven King's best books with a combination of character growth and struggle. Interesting to see how the ka-tet will get out of this one.Published 3 days ago by Kate Lund
The third of seven! Don't read it unless you've read the first two. This is a great series and I'm off to book 4. Love Stephen King!Published 4 days ago by kfran
To me, this is where the dark tower really begins. Don't get me wrong, the first two books are great, but they feel more like an interesting and necessary build-up to the real... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is the third time I've read this series. Just read it again in anticipation of the movie which will release in 2017. Being a writer myself- SK... you are my idol.Published 13 days ago by Linell Jeppsen
Yet another excellent book by Stephen King. He never disappoints!!! I love the Dark Tower series and this book was non stop excitement. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Bernadette
I hope this review finds you well. You should go back. Fair warning. Go back and read drawing of three if you haven't and the first book as well (the original... Read more
Roland, Eddie and Susannah find that door unseen and together they save Jake from Walter's evil that has spread to our world. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Connie