The storytelling was amazing. The narrative was outstanding. Period. The story itself was very atypical of fantasy. I enjoyed the inclusion of good ole' Flagg too. It wasn't your run of the mil King novel, either. Although there was virtually no combat scenes, it was full of action. The characters were astoundingly deep, with the exception of Peter, maybe.
The moment where Thomas witnesses the poisoning of Roland.
No. I've seen a few movies he stars in, but this was incredible. I am definitely going to research more books that he narrates.
I laughed a few times. I was on the edge of my seat most of the time.
I reccomwnd this story to people who like King's versatile writing style, fantasy with deep characters, or just a great story. I am regretful that it wasn't any longer, though.
The poor characterization, for the most part. I didn't feel any of the characters had any real death. They were very straight-forward and predictable.... And cliche. The story had the potential to be interesting, but it was poorly constructed, and very unoriginal. I found myself wishing one of the protagonists would die. It would've made things more interesting.
No, although I feel that this book should be included in the teens/childrens section of the library.
None of them.... As well preformed as they were, I had absolutely no empathy for any of them.
Mostly disappointment. I regret purchasing this book.
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