I was excited for a journey in a future dystopia. But this book made it a tale in not so far past New York.
I'll listen to the next book but I hope it is less modern and more like the first book.
Not only is this book amazing and exciting it is read with such a grasp of every character. His voice sets every scene and moment. It was like I was watching a movie.
Upon writing this, I'm on my 8th run through Roland's world. The first
Book is a little all over the place but the subsequent ones are very
Cohesive and the over all story is very deep and immersive.
in the first book the reading I found almost too abrasive. in this reading I felt that it flowed very well and that the voices were done well in ability to tell them apart. the story is taking off. a lot more is happening and I can't wait to listen to book 3
It was a little jarring to hear this narrator after listening to the first book on cassette, read by the author. Frank Muller is very overdramatic at times, but you get used to it.
In the second book of the dark Tower we find Roland basically dying from an infection. Yet he has to go on... He has a prophecy to fulfill. He has to draw three individuals to help him on his quest to the infamous Dark Tower. Who are they and what are their stories, find out in this book.
This is my fourth time listening to these books and it's amazing how much foreshadowing there is, weather or not King knew it at the time of writing. Happy reading.
I loved this tale but occasionally is hard to follow some details
but still couldn't quit listening.