The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three
  Fan Reviews of The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three
Posted By: Steve
January 28th, 2013 11:34:09 am EST

this is the 3rd book of yours i have read and it just keeps getting i hope i never run out of your books
Posted By: Citizen_Jimserac
December 6th, 2012 9:08:20 am EST

Other than some throwbacks here and there, quite unlike the body of the King copora. Innovative and prescient in its anticipation of the now well known Quantum theory of alternate universes, though not original, this work is both entertaining and a good continuation of the conflicted psychology and resolute determination of the hero, Roland, who endures personal tragedy and self doubt but remains undiverted from his goal. Overpowering and eventually winning over the lesser personalities of Eddie and Odetta, Roland recruits them into his curious, almost Templaristic holy mission to reach the tower. Not to be missed is Roland's invasion of the psyche of the serial killer's mind, his hilarious visit to purchase a gun and bullets, and the delightful end of the serial killer who definitely does, no matter if he wants to or not, make it to the train station on "time" !! I started the series with this, rather than Book 1 and i am impelled to read lll now. I hope the rest of it is as good as this one. I suspect it will be.
Posted By: Name / Nickname
November 23rd, 2012 4:32:57 pm EST

fuckin awesome.Period.
Posted By: Matt1718
June 26th, 2012 5:59:44 am EDT

all i can say is A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 good books mr king
Posted By: Kastdion
June 16th, 2012 6:32:35 am EDT

the second book was much different than the first one.we still do not know many things but one thing is sure that there is a curiosity to see what is happening next.i believe it is one of the good novels of stephen king
Posted By: Anonymous
April 6th, 2012 6:41:38 pm EDT

I really liked this book and look forward to reading book 3. It bothers me that he called Odetta schizophrenic because she is not. She has multiple personality disorder. Schizos don't have different personalities, they have hallucinations. Maybe King just didn't know better back when the book was written but I'd like to see it revised. Maybe it has been and I obtained an old copy. I still love his work and have the utmost respect for him. He has always thoroughly researched his work so for him to mistake schizophrenia for multiple personality disorder was very surprising. Thank you for everything you do Stephen King.
Posted By: Desmos Somers
October 24th, 2011 8:45:43 pm EDT

I halfway through my fifteenth read of this book, cliche or not, i don't care i'm gonna say it. Every time I read this series, something new and totally awesome pops up.
Posted By: Tay Tay
September 16th, 2011 9:54:40 am EDT

Love Love LOVE it!!! Can't wait to finish it and move on to the next!!
Posted By: Anonymous
May 26th, 2011 12:05:04 pm EDT

i'm only half way through this book and already i know that it will be one the best books i will ever read i have been a fan of stephen king for 3 years and i won't stop being a fan ILY STEPHEN KING
Posted By: Paulo Soria
August 19th, 2010 10:58:01 pm EDT
Well...if you think you are in a bad situation and on the verge of despair you should see the problems that Roland, the last gunsliger, needs to handle in order to draw the three. I strongly recommend The Dark Tower series, it's a story you won't forget. Long days and pleasant nights my fellow readers.
Posted By: John Locke
May 3rd, 2010 3:29:58 pm EDT
This book is truly magnificent and continues to push the story of the Dark Tower to new and exciting grounds. This book draws on themes similar to those found in The Talisman but in my opinion, the idea of the "doors" is one that has become uniquely classic. The characters introduced in this book are unforgettable and once again, King manages to twist together realism and fantasy in ways that really throw your mind for a loop.
Posted By: Brady12
May 1st, 2010 10:49:17 pm EDT
Just finished this. Amazing novel, especially the last minute plot twist that involved "The Pusher" and the " The Third Woman". Starting The Wastelands tomorrow.
Posted By: Ted
October 29th, 2008 3:24:02 pm EDT
This is the best Dark Tower book in my opinion and in my top 5 King novels. In this book we are introduced to Eddie and Susannah
Posted By: Mandi
August 26th, 2008 10:11:21 pm EDT
I loved this just as much as The Gunslinger (and every other King/Bachman book I have ever read)! I especially liked Odetta/Detta. King is a genius!