If you are buying this one then you are probably already deep into the series. This book just keeps raising the stakes to our wanderers and leaves you with a longing to hear or read what will happen next. Sit back and enjoy the ride
love these books with each one posing more questions than answering the world of the dark tower becomes more crazy and mysterious than ever and the situation more dire can't wait to hear the next one almost makes me sad im so close to the end of the series
Wolves of the Calla is a perfect follow-up to book IV. If you have been reading the series and made it here...keep going, you won't be disappointed! The reason I am writing this review is because I almost didn't purchase the audio book due to the many negative reviews about the narrator, George Guidall. I am very happy that I did buy the audio book and continued listening to this series.
George Guidall has to transition into his role as narrator. He is replacing Frank Muller who did an amazing job with the first 4 books...as a listener, I came to really LOVE Frank Muller's interpretation of the characters and their voices. He helped me create a wonderfully vivid world in which Roland and his Ka-tet wandered. He will be missed as a narrator. With that said, George Guidall is very good as well. He starts out stiff and at first I was a little disappointed. However, after a few chapters he finds his rhythm, he does justice to Stephen King's novel. If you are worried about the narration...don't be...purchase the audio book. I am on the final audio book in the series and I have come to love George Guidall's interpretation as well. Don't be put off by the negative comments about George Guidall...he does find his rhythm and voice.
Overall another good installment in the DT series! Muller is better for audio though. Guidall does a good job with the voice of Andy and his Roland is how I picture his voice in my mind. The book has some good twists and action at the end.