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The penultimate volume in the Dark Tower series, The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah, a #1 New York Times bestseller, is a pivotal installment in the epic saga.

Set in a world of extraordinary circumstances, filled with stunning visual imagery and unforgettable characters, the Dark Tower series is unlike anything you have ever read. Here is the penultimate installment.

Topics: Epic, Series, Speculative Fiction, Alternate Universe, Post-Apocalyptic, Supernatural Powers, Time Travel, Vampires, Parallel Dimensions, Suspenseful, Adventurous, Dark, and Maine

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ISBN: 9780743266376
List price: $9.99
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I liked this book best out of the last 3 books of the series.more
The series gets back on track with a wild and thrilling cliffhanger that provides a lot of answers, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Sytlistically different for every other Dark Tower Book, and definitely a breath of fresh air for a series gone stale.imore
I listen to all my audiobooks in my car and I found this a bit of a struggle and had to re listen to some sections a couple of times to understand what was going on. Only a few sections came close to any of the previous books in the series so I was disappointed with this. However it has not put me off and I am ready and looking forward to the last book of the series.more
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I liked this book best out of the last 3 books of the series.more
The series gets back on track with a wild and thrilling cliffhanger that provides a lot of answers, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered. Sytlistically different for every other Dark Tower Book, and definitely a breath of fresh air for a series gone stale.imore
I listen to all my audiobooks in my car and I found this a bit of a struggle and had to re listen to some sections a couple of times to understand what was going on. Only a few sections came close to any of the previous books in the series so I was disappointed with this. However it has not put me off and I am ready and looking forward to the last book of the series.more
After a disappointing fifth installment of the Dark Tower series, this book, the sixth and next to last one, was well done. The series is reminding me of the television show Lost: time traveling, supernaturally type beings (others = low men,) and, in a hard to describe way, the feel, plot, scenarios, ka? of the whole thing. I am looking forward to checking the last book of the series out of the library. That is very different from how I felt before checking this one out.more
I can't say I was enthralled by this installment in The Dark Tower series. Susannah has been kidnapped by Mia in order to deliver her chap and they wind up in NYC. Eddie and Roland are in Maine and "meet" Stephen King, which was too odd to get into and made my head hurt trying to take it all in. Jake and Don Callahan are on their own, ready to face their last battle if need be. Everything ends up in the air with three major cliffhangers and the last coda, King's diary, seemed like a cop out to me. Overall, I'm a bit disappointed, though I do find the premise fascinating how all his books seem to have this 'end world' and 'mid world' thread running through them. I wanted some resolution for the katet in this book, but I guess I'll have to wait until the last. On audio it was confusing in parts, maybe it was just harder to follow for me than in print.more
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