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Old 03-11-2007, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if anybody has read Stephen King's Novel The Dark Tower: Drawing of the Three, and if anybody can tell me how it went?
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Old 03-11-2007, 10:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I read it, it is in my favorite series. What do you want to know? I'll answer any questions you have about it.
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Old 03-12-2007, 11:46 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I read it once but now that i already did my report ill be good and just re read it, and your right it is a great series i love it; the detail and imagination he has wow.
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Wait till you hit books five, six and seven. It starts getting very ........ interesting. If you haven't gotten there yet, the very end should blow your mind.
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Cool im one four right now, and roland is telling his story about true love susan, is there a connection between Susannah(the black girl in a wheel chair) and susan(rolands first girlfriend)?
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Old 03-14-2007, 02:06 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I'm about a quarter of the way through book 2 right now....a long journey ahead for me....i think i may actually listen to some on audiobook at work ...this sounds stupid, but I'm a huge King fan...and i always planned on saving the series for retirement...now I'm afraid i'll either never retire or die first..so I'm getting in to it.
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Cool im one four right now, and roland is telling his story about true love susan, is there a connection between Susannah(the black girl in a wheel chair) and susan(rolands first girlfriend)?
There is no real connection other than the close names. I read book four right when I got out of basic training. I got through the whole thing in about 26 total hours. When I got books 5, 6 and 7, I started on 5, took a while to read it, then moved on to 6, and ended up calling in sick to work on a Friday and had finished the series by Monday morning. I have been obsessed with these books since I was about 12. When I started coming up on the end of book 7, I almost had to fight myself to keep reading. I had had my own vision of how it would end and didn't want Stephen King to **** it up. I ended up getting through it and I guess it ended almost the only way it could.

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I'm about a quarter of the way through book 2 right now....a long journey ahead for me....i think i may actually listen to some on audiobook at work ...this sounds stupid, but I'm a huge King fan...and i always planned on saving the series for retirement...now I'm afraid i'll either never retire or die first..so I'm getting in to it.
Book 2 was the first one I started on, but it didn't make any sense so I put it down. I ended up finding book one a few days later (my mom had boxes full of King books, some first prints and some signed). I read that one, then moved on to 2 and started having to wait for the next book. I almost couldn't believe how fast he put out the last 3 with how long it took for the first 4. There are very few King books I havn't read. When you look at the book list inside the covers of the last 3 DT books, you will see how many of them tie into the DT series. It is almost as though all he could think about was this series.
I'll tell you this much; the series is very long, but I don't regret one minute I spent reading it. It will grab you and pull you in. Sometimes it might even make you question reality.
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