Roland has completed his arduous journey, but evil forces lurk as he struggles to obtain the last key to the tower.
Hardcover Book : 864 pages
Publisher: Scribner ( September 21, 2004 )
Item #: 11-591600
Product Dimensions: 6.0 x 9.0 x 1.92inches
Product Weight: 49.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I TOOK THE JOURNEY FEBRUARY TO JUNE I COULDNT STOP READING (i didnt realize i was getting closer to the end)I APPRECIATE THIS EPIC ADVENTURE AND THE END,WELL THE END IS JUST THE BEGINNING.BUT I STILL MISS ROLAND,JAKE,EDDIE AND SUSSANAH.AFTER READING THIS SAGA I NEEDED A TIME OF MOURNING .TEARS AND CHEERS THIS YOUR BEST MR KING THANK YOU
Reviewer: John S
I began reading this series 15 years ago, and actually thought after Kings accident that he would never finish it. Imagine my surprise when I saw the last three released within a year! The end is not what you expect, and for those of us who have been waiting A LONG TIME, it was a little dissapointing.... however after my initial anger, I must say I agree with the other review which says there is wiggle room to deduce a more satisfying end. It actually took King 30 years from start to finish to write the series. (Or as he would say, for Roland to complete his Journey). All in all, a VERY good series.
Reviewer: Theresa F
After reading the previous 6 books in the series, I obviously had to read this one. It tied up a lot of loose ends in the King Mythos, the fate of Randall Flagg from The Stand; the breakers mentioned in Hearts in Atlantis, and of course the other gunslingers. The ending was contrived, but did leave enough wiggle-room where a more satisfying conclusion might be in the cards.
Reviewer: Ronald L
I've never read any of Stephen King's books and wouldn't have if it wasn't for a colleague at work bringing in the first volume The Gunslinger and suggesting I read it. I read that book in one night and was captivated. I read the other books in quick succession and only had to wait a week for the publication of The Dark Tower. What a ride! Magnificent series.
Reviewer: Sue T