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Roland Deschain pursues his enigmatic antagonist to the mountains that separate the desert from the Western Sea. He is a solitary figure, perhaps accursed, who with a strange singlemindedness traverses an exhausted, almost timeless landscape.

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Deborah G

Sep 29, 2014

Great Book

The Black Tower series is some of King's best writing.
The book came in excellent shape and in excellent timing.
Nothing but positive to say about the book, the shipping, and the story itself.

Evelyn M

Nov 27, 2010

GOOD BOOK

THIS WAS A GIFT TO A READER WHO LOVES TO READ I RECOMMEND IT TO A FRIEND CAUSE HE SAID IT WAS VERY GOOD AND WANTS ME TO GET THE OTHER BOOKS OF FOLLOW UP I THINK THERE ARE 8 BKS

ldynblk

Jan 21, 2010

The Begining of an Amazing Journey

This book is great for anyone with an apreciation for fantasy, western or typicall Stephen king style. The Gunslinger is only a mere introduction to the amazing adventures of Roland the Gunslinger and those he meets along the way on his quest for the Dark Tower. You will have more fun with this book if you pay attention to the little things such as songs (for example) that link Roland's world to our own. My best suggestion is that if you buy this book be prepared with the second Dark Tower book "The Drawing of Three" close at hand to avoid frustration.

Voize

Dec 25, 2009

An exeptional mind-twisting series

This is a good stand-alone book, but if you go on in the series and stick it out to the end your view of King - and of life and the world - will change, possibly in fundamental ways

Devil

Feb 24, 2009

The story begins..

It was 1970 when Stephen King, at his final year of university, received a gift: a stack of coloured paper. At this time, the King could not imagine how important that story would have been in his life as a writer, maybe. He spent 12 years to complete this first chapter of the most exciting and best-selling horror/fantasy saga,

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