father Callahan, I'm real, I can't be in a novel"
when they found "Salem's lot" in a book shelf bought back from a future world.
Callahan's mother" who puts bullets in their ears?"
I like George Guidall. I really enjoyed his reading glasses of "The Gunslinger." He has a great voice and cadence. He just doesn't differentiate his voice enough for different characters. Everyone sounds very similar to each other with occasional dips into accents. He's not very engaging in this book.
Still, it's a worthwhile purchase because the book is so good.
I've loved all of the books in this serious so far and this is no exception.
George Guidall the original reader from Book 1 "The Gunslinger" is back and he is an absolute pro.
I was sorry to see Frank Muller who read books 2, 3 & 4 not reappear. But in the authors note I was more sorry to find out why. A head injury has taken him out of the story telling business. This is a tremendous loss and I've listened to him read enough to know that this man is a treasure. From all of the Stephen King fans, I wish him and his family "Long Nights And Pleasant Days".
First, I would like to applaud George Guidall for doing a wonderful job narrating this and the remaining books of The Dark Tower series. Imagine trying to step into a series such as this originally narrated by the likes of Frank Mueller!
We listeners were blessed to have Frank Mueller develop the characters voices and personalities the way that he did. I feel as if George Guidall has done the same thing, your loss if you don't listen to the remaining books narrated by him 😐
Stephen Kings mind is amazing, I wonder sometimes how he sleeps at night; there must be so words constantly running through his brain.
This book is so fantastically bizarre, it has more than one flavor (do ya kennet, cully?) everything on the plate is touching 😊
The Dark Tower is one of the most original pieces of fiction to come out of my generation my lifetime. however evidently while celebrating his creative genius mr. King could not help but write himself into his own story as a plot device. I object.