Unluck the last book, there is no episodic sense of a complete story arc. However, the overall series story continues at a steady pace, with a hell of a cliffhanger.
Another amazing adventure. This one is more of a crossroads book. A direct continuation from "Wolves of the Calla". A lot of the Dark Tower books leave you in a cliff hanger and this is no exception. The beauty is that because we're reading these books now, we can move directly onto the next one and not wait for years like tons of people did during the times of publication.
George Guidall is amazing and after his return on "Wolves of the Calla" I've totally gotten use to his voice differences from Frank Muller.
Now onto the last of the Dark Tower series, Book 7 "The Dark Tower".
This book was excellent! Major cliff hangers through the the book that kept me turning the page, I can't wait to start the next one. All my friends say I'll hate the last book. I'm getting a bit nervous as the end grows closer.
I flew through this novel like I was on a mission.
I found in the other dark tower novels that the beginning would be very slow and then pick up rapidly. But not this one. Mr. King takes you on a non-stop drama that could only mean the beginning of the end.
George guidell did a wonderful job on this novel as he did in the last. Of course big ups to Frank muller who knocked the first 4 books out of the park
The dark tower looms ever closer as more information is revealed about our Gunslingers. A smooth read with lots of details and character development.
george guidall imparts a wonderfull timber and cadence to all the characters as he speaks life into them. book 6 is more Alice n Wonderland like than the others thus far. a great listen and unpredictable plot will keep you entertained as I was, only sorry to know the series is near the end.