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review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower, #1) 103 ☆ ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower, #1) By Join or create book clubs ✸ – Berkingmad.co.uk The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed So begins The Gunslinger the magnificent first novel of Stephen King’s New York Times best selling[PDF / Epub] The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower, #1) By Join or create book clubs Berkingmad.co.uk The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed So begins The Gunslinger the magnificent first novel of Stephen King’s New York Times best selling Dark Tower fantasy series Milli The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed So begins The Gunslinger the magnificent first novel of Stephen King’s New York Times best selling Dark Tower fantasy series Millions of fans and.

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A young boy named Jake Together they will battle unspeakable enemies before facing a dreadful decision Stephen King is the undisputed master of horror and suspense One of the best selling and most widely read authors of all time King writes with a universally appealing style that never fails to inspire fear and wonder in the hearts and minds of his readers With a first class narration by George Guidall The Gunslinger will haunt listeners long after its conclusion and whet their appetite for the next volume of the incredible Dark Tower saga.

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The Gunslinger The Dark Tower #1Critics around the world hail the saga as King’s masterpiece An epic set in a strangely vacant world that has “moved on” The Gunslinger follows the journeys of the heroic Roland of Gilead Roland is the last gunslinger replete with dusty Old West garb and a duo of six shooters and he is searching for the elusive man in black A solitary traveler Roland treks endlessly through desperate surroundings passing derelict outposts participating in violent showdowns He finally arrives at a way station in the middle of the desert where he meets.

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  • Cate

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1I am an avid reader approximately 100 books per year on a variety of topics and themes I have to say that The Dark Tower I The Gunslinger is one of the most unreadable books I have ever encountered I powered through over half of the book before I asked myself; WTH am I spending my time reading this nonsense I will never attempt to finish this book due to the intense boredom of it I can't say than that except don't waste your time


  • IF

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1Confusion and Unmoored SufferingsWhile reading this book it almost seemed like the author was creating confusion and misery for misery and confusion’s sake Why would you do that in the first book of a series If Stephen King’s name wasn’t on this book I sincerely doubt most readers would have finished reading it That said after completing the book I googled it and found King’s fans encouraging people to “power” through the book because book two is good while on the same page I found others talking about underage sex that is weird in further editions of the series This leads me to one uestion“Why did you create such frivolous misery in your novel Mr King” Apart from Jake it just seems like pain that neither builds the character nor fur


  • Frank Watson - Writer

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1Stephen King says he started his epic series THE DARK TOWER when he was a very young man Perhaps with the arrogance andor enthusiasm of youth this series is a mash up


  • Annie Weaver

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1Once one of my all time favorite booksStephen King revised this book and it is TERRIBLE You get no back story and don’t know who some of the characters are how they played a roll in Roland’s life what he went through to get to where he is now NOTHING It is terrible


  • Emanuel Lopez

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1I like how King explores string theory and parallel universes here This story is like a perfectly balanced soup we sometimes eat at a restaurant that's not too much of this or where it's not lacking in that The mixed in genres The Hobbit King Arthurian legend Doc Holiday Biblical references and of course horror are beautifully written He weaves in other stories in here like The Talisman Insomnia IT and even Pet Sematary the dark magic Crystal that let you travel to the land of the dead in his later DT volumes The villains in these series are as intriguing to me as the enigmatic archetype gunslinger is And they range in variety as they do in lethality Werewolves ghosts skin changers artificial intelligence robots & trains demons rogue gunsl


  • Louise886

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1This is my second time re Reading the dark tower series The first time I read this book I found it very hard to follow The second time I enjoyed it far The gunslinger is following the man in black across the desert It is meant to be a world different to ours which is old There are some links to our world and some parallelsIf you are a King fan then the Dark Tower journey is an absolute must


  • Djgos

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1I am afraid to allow myself be drawn into this series I have read all nine I think of Donaldson's Thomas Covenant story and the five of his space series the name eludes me and I'm not sure either was worth the time Great vision and interesting stuff but man were they heavy and loooooong I'm pretty sure that Dark Tower series is similarAs a book I really enjoyed The Gunslinger It is soo of the 70's and expanding the consciousness yet still very Stephen King I'm glad I read


  • Jonathan L.

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1I’ve lost track of how many people recommended The Gunslinger to me as a fan of Westerns and Tolkien this is right up my street Finally took the plunge on the Kindle Edition and enjoyed every wordIt’s a masterpiece the setting is fantastical but grounded enough to make it really easy to visualise Action is fairly rare but is written breathlessly and punchily you can imagine every shot right down to the feel of the hot shell casings and the sound of the guns Characters are great the foreword is really illuminating basic


  • stuart Thompson

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1I had never read King before but took a chance on this series after reading reviews about the upcoming movie which where negative but said consistently the books are engrossing This is exactly what I found to be the case and enthralling pseudo western world with this first book full of intrigue mystery and flash backs Now onto book two


  • Declan

    review The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1) 103 The Gunslinger , The Dark Tower, #1This is my fourth journey to the Tower and like all journeys it begins with one small step But what a step Sai King is still the master storyteller and I a constant reader must continue to find new joys in old words I shall before I reach the clearing at the end of the path return again because this book is worth every second it takes to read it