Even better than the Dark Tower 1. It makes you wonder what goes on in Stephen's head. What ever it is, it's bizzarely interesting.
I have read this book. Great adaptation into audio. The narrator takes you into the story. You feel like you "possessed" by Roland. Excellent!!!
This is the book that actually got me hooked on the Dark Tower series. Never being a great fan of the Gunslinger (although the revised edition is somewhat better), I picked up this book with some trepidation -- and I'm glad I did! King was really in top form with this book. The characters are well-developed and the story is interesting. By the time you get done, you can't wait for the next book in the series. In terms of this reading, Frank Muller is fantastic! Of all the narrators to take a stab at reading King books, Muller is the best. It's a shame that voice will no longer be heard.
when I downloaded this book I began to listen to it and having listened to the entire series previously, I realized that it began half way through the book, was very disappointed.
hopefully the next one will be the complete book. I was questioning the Gunslinger as it didnt seem complete either and was missing alot of information and realized that the second book wasnt complete. Will try one more and thats it.
I'm not blind drunk, I'm just blind.
Drawing of the Three picks up right where the Gunslinger left off. Having held conference with the Man in Black, Roland Deschein suddenly finds himself in peril of is life, having been rendered all bt defenseless when much of his ammo becomes drentched with seawater, rendering it unusable. Things become more serious when Roland is attacked by a series of venomous, lobster-like creatures whom he names Lobstrosities. Stumbling along the beach, growing weaker from the poison now coursing through his veins, he suddenly comes upon a mysterious door standing freely on the beach, a door on whhich is written The Prisoner. Passing through this door, rolland finds himself inside the mind of Eddie Dean, a heroine addict in the process of transporting bags of Cocaine for a notorious New York dealer. After some misadventures that demonstrate just how laughably out of place Roland is in our world, Eddie is drawn into Roland's world, a reluctant participant in the quest. Soon however, Roland begins to fall ill again from the Lobstrosities' venom, which they were only able to partially negate with help from Earth medicine. Eventally the two come upon a second door, through which comes Odetta Holmes, a Civil Rights activist from the mid 1960's, who recently lost her legs due to a subway accident and is unable to accept the truth of what a rapidly weakening Roland and Eddie tell her.. But Odetta harbors a dark secret of wich she is unaware, a cunning and violent alter ego namd Detta Walker, whose only goal, apart of course from killing Eddie and Roland, is to return to her own world. Will ROland find a way to resolve the Detta/Odetta situation before it's too late? And will he be able to recover completely from the Lobstrosities' venom?
Once again this is an excellent story. And the fact that it's narrated by the incomparable though sadly late Frank Muller is just one more treat. Audiobook lovers everywhere suffered one loss whenhe suffered the motorcycle accident that ended his career and an een more irrevocable loss when he passed away on June 4, 2008. I have little doubt he would have continued with the series to the end, as Stephen King had by then made him the more or less exclusive narrator of his works.
I was one of the King fans that didn't want to read a series, I hate suspense. Now you can hear everybook from start to finish with a couple of the best Narrators I have ever heard. The narrators bring these books to life in a way that surpass the simple read. I am glad I waited to read it, because it is his best book to date.
Pulling in familiar characters, themes and their back stories was an extra bonus for loyal King readers.
this book was real good and it was real great listening to and it keep me on my chair waiting to found out what happened next.
Way to much profanity. The story carries its self, but King starts nearly each sentence with profanity, and he can't seem to tell his story without constantly swearing.