Narrator great, characters I fell in love with.....Roland made it to the Dark Tower. Every step of the journey kept me wondering what would happen next. a satisfying end to this long series.
was probably the most stunning masterpiece of the dark tower series. it wrapped up many things and have closure to all the loose ends. ending was a little annoying but other than that amazing book.
Marilyn D. Alcorn
Thank you Sye King, I am just finishing up the Dark Tower. Life can throw each of us many curves but you fought back. You did not cave in to the red eye king who sought to destroy all including the Dark Tower! Your trust in the light paid off. Congratulations! Hiel Gunslinger! Hiel Stephen King! HIEL THE LIGHT!!!
I enjoyed the book up until the last chapter
I love Stephen Kings writing, but felt that he cheated us on the ending.
False teeth slipping
I won't spoil the ending, but will say that at the very end I was left with a feeling of WTF???
This is my second time doing this whole series and there will be a third!
Avid King reader, trying to get back into classics. Audible has replaced TV for me! love these while I on the train or working out
King actually managed to end a series with a climax that works... nobody does this right besides children's books and they are predictable to a T. Guidall's best read since The Gunslinger.
Stellar ending, and a great reading from George. Epic story telling and one heck of a story!
Choices have consequences.
I won't choose a favorite and you can't make me. My love/hate relationship with Roland became more love than hate after learning more of his background in Wizard and Glass, though.
I never quite recovered from the switch of voice actors after Frank Muller's terrible accident that left him unable to complete the journey with us. George did a good job for the size shoes he had to fill, though, and I felt he maintained the vibe that Frank assigned to each character.
Odetta/Susannah was most memorable to me. She embodied what it means to be a powerful woman of strong conviction regardless of the adversity she faced.
So many people- my husband included- were enraged by the way the series ended. I am in the minority in that I felt it was really the ONLY ending a character like Roland could ever have. By books end it became abundantly clear to me that life is a series of choices. Save him or let him fall? Left turn or right? Burn the town or pass through? The ending we get is directly related to which path we took...Roland never swayed from his purpose but what if the whole POINT of his purpose was to learn to sway when it is the right thing to do at that moment?