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2014 Book #12: The Dark Tower

2014 Book #12: The Dark Tower

I’ll call this a review of The Dark Tower series rather than of the book itself. I don’t have too much to say about the latter. The series, though. Yes, indeed. I read The Gunslinger, the first book in the series, almost two years ago. I...

2014 Book #11: Song of Susannah

2014 Book #11: Song of Susannah

Soooo remember how I got really mad after reading The Waste Lands because Stephen King ended it with “the most cliffhangery cliffhanger ever?” Song of Susannah is almost as bad, but I’m even more infuriated because of what...

2014 Book #5: Wolves of the Calla

2014 Book #5: Wolves of the Calla

Once you get to the fifth book in a series, there’s no good way to talk about it without at least spoiling the fact that the main characters are still alive (as in Game of Thrones), so I’ll go ahead and declare a massive spoiler alert...

2013 Book #52: Wizard and Glass

2013 Book #52: Wizard and Glass

Wizard and Glass took me a long time to read. I’m not even sure when I started it, but I’m sure it was well over a year ago. I lost interest about halfway through and put it back on the shelf. It’s the fourth book in Stephen...

2012 Book #20: The Waste Lands

2012 Book #20: The Waste Lands

This novel makes me want to write a nastygram to Stephen King. That doesn’t mean it’s bad: in fact, I really enjoyed it, and it’s definitely my favorite Dark Tower book so far. But the ending! Think of the most cliffhangery...

2011 Book #12: The Drawing of the Three

2011 Book #12: The Drawing of the Three

It’s really hard to write a review about the second (or third or fourth) book in a series without exposing too much about the first one. So if you haven’t read The Gunslinger, I’ll point you to that post. Want a summary? Read it...

2012 Book #11: The Gunslinger

2012 Book #11: The Gunslinger

The Gunslinger has been on my to-read list for a while. It came highly recommended from a few of my friends, so I finally broke down and read it. You see, it’s not the kind of book I usually like. You tell me gunslinger, and I say, nope, nope...

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