The Dark Tower (The Dark Tower Series #7)

The Dark Tower (The Dark Tower Series #7)

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Dark Tower 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 123 reviews.
CarleCJ More than 1 year ago
To be honest, Steven King gave you all the option you had the good happy ending and you could have stopped there so I don't know why so many people complain about reading on when he clearly warns you will be dissapointed in the book and that it would be tragic. That said I actually really liked the ending and wanted to have that chill going down my spine, after all it is a horror book and the reason why I read them. Love it all and I loved the epic last line.
dreamdarkly More than 1 year ago
I liked the series, it took me years to read it. Got interested when my high school teacher (5 yrs ago) gave me song of susannah to read. The ending isn't bad either. I bet most people don't get the ending and there for don't like it. But Stephen King gave Roland a SECOND chance. Where as he never had the horn before, he had then. That's what I believe anyways.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't read another series that has captured me the way Stephen King has in this series. I love how he created this world which is beyond my imagination. I've spent the past 4 months or so on this series, and I'm disappionted for it to end, but it was a good ending. I was in shock on how it ended, but it was a perfect ending for this ka-tet. The DT #7 would have to be my favorite out of the series, even though there were some parts that angered me, and drew tears, but still my favorite. I will be reading this series again!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic series! Fantastic ending! I just reread the series four years after I first read it. And though I remembered major points in the story, and thus they were not a surprise, it was like visiting an old friend and having a very good palaver. There were minor details I'd forgotten and was happy to rediscover. Most importantly, I enjoyed it much more the second time around. Now, with barely a hundred pages left, I am starting to dread the aftermath of completing the journey again . . . my own personal todash space of emptiness I experience each time I finish a great read or when the NFL season concludes. And this one is a great read. Loved the characters! Loved the journey! Loved the world of Roland! I cannot honestly remember how deeply I immersed myself into a story like I did with The Dark Tower, and I've read many great books. Sai King's masterfully crafted tale is at the top of the list, my own personal literary tower. I can only hope in three or four, or perhaps more years, when I take upon myself the mantles of this journey once more, the satisfaction I get from it then will surpass the enjoyment I got this time. And perhaps even deeper grows an unfound hope that one day, Ves'-Ka Gan, the song of the turtle, will be heard upon the winds again, and that Mr. King hears it. Hile Roland! Hile Gunslinger!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really loved this series. I will probably read these again and again. Blaine the train is a pain! That will stay with me for the rest of my life.
shorty35 More than 1 year ago
The series was like going on an adventure with them and I can only say...It was my pleasure King,long days and pleasant nights.
Oakenshea More than 1 year ago
Yup.. King does it again. I highly recommend this to anyone who has read a good number of his previous books. If you havent read many of his novels, do not start with The Dark Tower series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its been awhile since I had read the series but i sat down and went through them all from beiginning to end. I am a fan of SK but in these books he out does himself. I'm just glad he finished the series and he ended it the only way I could see it ending.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Look, many people were not happy with Mr. King's choice on ending the 5000+ page epic. However, I agree with him and say that this is the true and only ending to such a great series.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Took a long time .
Anonymous 6 months ago
May it do ya just fine!
Anonymous 8 months ago
This series is amazing and complex. I love the idea of "other worlds then this". I wish Roland (Stephen King) peace at the end of the path and in the clearing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my favorite stories
bpmike More than 1 year ago
While I didn't particularly care for King adding himself into the book (which is why I subtracted just one star), it was overall a great ride and I feel like this book was better than Wolves of the Calla and Song of Susannah.  The very end of the book may make people angry, and will please others, and leave some (including myself) with a blown mind.  Without spoiling anything I will just say this, "The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed".  You'll want to read this book to find out what that truly means. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some of the final confrontations were anticlimactic but the ending was perfect. If you think about it and understand whats really going on. If you don't then the ending will be lackluster to you. I recommend this to any fan of King or creative writing.
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