Ling but at times it felt bogged down with these hallucinations and the three voices conversing together it wasn t always clear what was happeningNot everyone is a fan of how meta the series gets but I for one am a fan of this Although on this reread I did find some parts a little cringeworthy But I understand why King chose to write this into the story as it makes sense in the grander scheme of his entire body of work as a lot of it is connected to this series If it seems like I m not making much sense I am trying to remain spoiler free for anyone who may come across this review but hasn t got this far yet But I now fans opinions vary widely on thisThe end of the book is thrilling as everything comes to a head and we are left on an almighty cliffhanger as we proceed into the final book of the series Song of Susannah is probably my least favourite book in the series but there is still much to enjoy and appreciate and I won t be waiting too long to delve into that final book again As for you Constant Reader One turn of the path and then we reach the clearing Come along with me will ya not 4 stars I m going to sit down and write reviews on the whole Dark Tower series after I finish but I just have to say these books are becoming and tiresome It just seems as if King has lost the vision of Roland the Gunslinger so he in order to have something to write about constantly tinkers with the lore changes history around blames things on this multi timestream concept or spends whole novels describing an event merely to snap his fingers and change everything the next book so as to move his new plot line along And the worst part of it all is that I ve begun The Dark Tower VII The Dark Tower and it appears to be in th. Ut also on securing the vacant lot Calvin Tower owns before he loses it to the Sombra Corporation Enlisting the aid of Manni senders the remaining a tet climbs to the Doorway Caveand discovers that magic has its own mind It falls to the boy the billy bumbler and the fallen priest to find Susannah Mia who in a struggle to cope with each other and with an alien environment go todash to Castle Discordia on the border of End World In that forsaken place Mia reveals he.
And the series continues It s something special when you read a book that has so much of the author s heart and soul laced into the pages This series is so much a part of King that he had to make himself a character in it that scene with King talking to Eddie Dean and Roland was something else Like with all books in the series thus far the journey has been infinitely important than the destination His mind truly is an amazing thing the way he doesnt see himself as a great architect but a vessel for his imagination or simply a translator for his fantasies It s honestly the only way I could see someone constructing a universe or a multi verse the way he has Could you imagine outlining every detail of this series How exhausting that would be not just exhausting in fact I think that s the wrong word altogether Daunting Yeah that sounds better If I had t It got so I couldn t tell if you were the hero the antihero or no hero at all The sixth book in King s Dark Tower series wherein the a tet are split up and sent to different whens and wheres to achieve their goalsSong of Susannah was one of those instances where a reread proved to be very informative as what I thought happened in this book did not actually happen in this book I was getting ahead of myself And for that reason I understand the complaints that not much really happens in here plot wise it does serve as of a build up and a bridge to the final book in the seriesThere are three separate storylines running simultaneously as the Smijurija u mjerama ka tet is divided and all feel very fraught and tense in their own ways but I do miss the interaction between all the characters Susannah s strand is probably my least favourite which is a shame as it should be the most thril. The next to last novel in Stephen King's seven volume magnum opus Song of Susannah is a fascinatingey to the unfolding mystery of the Dark TowerTo give birth to her chap demon mother Mia has usurped the body of Susannah Dean and used the power of Black Thirteen to transport to New York City in the summer of 1999 The city is strange to Susannahand terrifying to the daughter of none who shares her body and mindSaving the Tower depends not only on rescuing Susannah
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E same vein as the last two novels and not the great novels from earlier in the series To me The Gunslinger The Waste Lands and Wizard and Glass were epic works because King seamlessly combined fantasy post apocalyptic horror and dare I say it western themes to create something fresh and grand Reading one of those novels was like trying out a new dessert for the first time and savoring this delicious taste you had discoveredOn the other hand The Drawing of the Three Wolves of the Calla and Song of Susannah read like contemporary horror type novels played out mainly in modern America rather than the addictive lands of Mid World It is just ho hum fiction nothing to set it apart from other books of that sort besides the title Dark Tower part whatever And if the gradual unraveling of a once great story wasn t progressing fast enough Stephen King decides to do something that is just unthinkable to me write himself into the story as a god creator almost a Rose Part Deux How could he have ever thought that was a good idea I honestly don t now because it did nothing to actually make sense of the growing mess that is the Dark Tower series Perhaps it will help shape the ending but if so I have just went todash and have witnessed the train wreck which will be the end of the Dark Tower series These are just my initial thoughts on Song of Susannah and the Dark Tower series as I begin reading the last book No matter how annoyed I feel at this moment I ve made a commitment to finish the Dark Tower so I will push forward even though I cringe to think how bad the ending is going to be B 77% Good Notes Nothing remarkable but nothing terrible Just a light aperitif to cleanse the palate and set the stage for the final tome. R origins her purpose and her fierce desire to mother whatever creature the two of them have carried to termEddie and Roland meanwhile tumble into western Maine in the summer of 1977 a world that should be idyllic but isn't For one thing it is real and the bullets are flying For another it is inhabited by the author of a novel called Salem's Lot a writer who turns out to be as shocked by them as they are by him From ISBN 0743536703 9780743536707Approx 14 hours 12 CD.
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Night Shift collection or appeared in other anthologiesIn the fall of 1971 Stephen began teaching English at Hampden Academy the public high school in Hampden Maine Writing in the evenings and on the weekends he continued to produce short stories and to work on novels