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  • The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower I

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Stephen King
    • Narrated By George Guidall
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (7450)
    Performance
    (3830)
    Story
    (3888)

    Eerie, dreamlike, set in a world that is weirdly related to our own, The Gunslinger introduces Roland Deschain of Gilead, of In-World that was, as he pursues his enigmatic antagonist to the mountains that separate the desert from the Western Sea in the first volume of The Dark Tower series. Roland, the last gunslinger, is a solitary figure, perhaps accursed, who with a strange single-mindedness traverses an exhausted, almost timeless landscape of good and evil.

    Valerie says: "Just As Wonderful as I Remembered!"
    "The Gunslinger (The dark tower)"
    Overall

    The original story to the series of Roland and his band of rag tag gunlsingers. Mr. King does a unbelievable job of telling the Gunslinger story backwards, bit by bit through Rolands memories and his childhood. He weaves past and present in an effortless read, leaving the listener on the edge of his or her seat at almost every turn. This book is a must read to begin you on your own special journey toward the dark tower of your own lives. In Steven Kings own words, The story has perhaps one of the greatest opening lines ever written: "The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed"
    The simplicity of this classic opening raises more than enough questions to push the reader on page by page wishing for more information about the stranger Roland who seems drawn by destiny to do his part in the grander shceme of thing, and his nemesis, the Man in black. The book is also a stark and vivid reminder of how even very small things in our own lives can have resounding effects on our worlds.

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