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The Dark Tower by Stephen King
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Mar 06, 13

bookshelves: favorites, audiobook, permanent-collection, horror, fantasy
Read from February 04 to March 06, 2013

The man in black fled across the desert, and the Gunslinger followed

I just finished this a few hours ago and I'm an emotional wreck. I'm truly a late-comer to the dark tower series. After all, once a thing is done, there's no do-over. (view spoiler)

I've heard many people complain about Sai King placing himself into the story, but I think that I rather liked it. It adds an element of reality to the story. Maybe Roland and his ka-tet and the Beams are real and King has been merely a conduit through which this story has been flowing.

Since this book was published 8 years ago, I hardly can complain about hearing spoilers about this book. (view spoiler) but I wasn't expecting spoilers for other connected books too; like Insomnia. So I guess you have an idea which book I've got on deck.

Lastly while I only just finished this read-through, I'm already itching to get started on my first re-read. (view spoiler)


Thanks again Sai King.
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Reading Progress

02/04/2013 page 81
9.0%
02/22/2013 page 450
53.0% "Oh my God sai King. You're killing me here!!!"
02/24/2013 page 519
61.0% "I don't suppose I have any right to complain about 'Insomnia' spoilers."
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