I read this book for the first time roughly 20 years ago, and I loved it. Of course, I borrowed it from the local library and never owned the book. Th..Show More »
Have you ever wanted so badly to be part of a hype, just to discover that while others are going crazy about it, you are left out in the cold? The f..Show More »
The biggest decision most people will have regarding the Dark Tower series is should they continue after the first book, The Gunslinger. While the fir..Show More »
Fabulous characters, imaginative, dangerous creatures, excitement, sentiment, love, sadness - what more could you want.
The main character Ro..Show More »
Are you searching for something to listen to, by a reader that keeps you on the edge of your seat? Well, the solution is simple! Get each and every bo..Show More »
Very High, dark tower series started me off on Audio books & the late Frank Muller is my favourite narrator.
While I am not one of King's greatest fans, I have thoroughly enjoyed the Dark Tower/Gunslinger series. I was very excited to find this book and it d..Show More »
Loved the flash back of Roland's first love, at first I didn't want to leave the present and the main characters of the series, but then I didn't want..Show More »
There are so many good reviews for this book and I just don't get it. I enjoyed the first three books in the series very much but there are too many ..Show More »
Another excellent Steven King story. It doesn't have the same feel as the rest of the Dark Tower series. It's much more stand-alone beginning-middle-e..Show More »
I have not listend to any other books in the Dark Tower series exept this one. At the beginning I thought I had made a mistake but after about 2 hour..Show More »
The penultimate entry in the Dark Tower saga is also one of the shorter books, but lacks nothing for its comparative brevity. With a fine performance..Show More »
The Dark Tower: Wolves of the Calla opens with a prologue that introduces listeners to the folken of Calla Bryn Sturgis, people in need..Show More »
The seventh book in the series was disjointed and a major disappointment as far as wind up is concerned. Not really expecting a happy ending but some..Show More »
This series just keeps getting better as the pages pass... now we have revealed the ultimate writer's paradox, a story that takes on it's own life - w..Show More »