Dark Tower: The Waste Lands, The
  Fan submitted reviews of Dark Tower: The Waste Lands, The (Novel):
 
 
Posted By: Kastdion - December 27th, 2012 2:05:45 pm EST

Great book I cannot wait to see what happens with Roland,Jake, Suzann,Eddie, Orin and of course the monorail Blaine with his crazy riddles i hope one day they can transfer the whole books of dark tower in Television

 
 
Posted By: Di Green - June 22nd, 2012 11:04:39 am EDT

Since being introduced to Stephen King novels by my English teacher in the 80's I have been hooked and have read all of your books. Christine and the Stand were my 1st loves but the Dark Tower Novels are my true love. You are truly a wordsmith Mr King and may Roland, Jake, Oy, Eddie and Susannah continue to dance in your dreams, may it do ya fine!

 
 
Posted By: Ray Hildinger - February 20th, 2012 8:13:29 pm EST

a great novel all the gun slinger novels are top of the line writing plus any other novel by stephan king are great i've got them allrayray

 
 
Posted By: Morp - September 14th, 2011 8:11:12 pm EDT

Just bought a Kindle and was going ta treat m'self to yur dark tower series. Ta me surprise I was able ta buy all da ebooks cept dis one. Seems da, "Penguin" decided to pull Kindle's rights to dis book in da US. I taght Batman took care o dis, "Penguin" guy. Anywaize guess I'll half ta reads da new, "Stand" till youse guys call Batman again ta take care o dis ah, Penguin guy. Tanx anywaze! ...... I don't know how you've put up with publishers all these years but I guess you are rich. Ciao! Luv Ya!

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - February 11th, 2011 5:04:49 pm EST

At the end of this book the dark man is Randall Flagg isn't it? The evil is the same character which disappear at the final of The Stand novel. I have to wait a period untill the fourth book will be translated in romanian... a very difficult period for me....

 
 
Posted By: Paulo Soria - August 19th, 2010 11:18:17 am EDT
Roland is truly an inspiring character. A man who keeps calm in front of the most terrible overwhelming odds. I look up to this character and I'm willing to finish reading the series. Keep up the good work Stephen King.
 
 
Posted By: Rolanddeschainswoman - July 10th, 2010 11:17:01 am EDT
Since I joined the Stephen King Library 6 years ago I have read the Dark Tower series 4 times from the Gunslinger to The Dark Tower. Wizard and Glass is by far my favorite out of all seven.
 
 
Posted By: John Locke - May 28th, 2010 8:37:03 pm EDT
Like the reader below me, I also just finished this book today. This was probably my favorite book of the series so far and that is saying a lot considering I loved the first two. It's brilliant to see the way this story has played out and I particularly enjoyed the many conversations between the ka-tet and also the introduction of Blaine the pain. The cameo of Richard Fannin/Randall Flagg was impressive and I can't wait to see how that plays out. Finally, the ending surprised me quite a bit because unlike the first two, this one did not have such closure. All in all, this was a brilliantly-written sequel to the first two and I cannot wait to begin reading the 4th novel.
 
 
Posted By: Brady12 - May 8th, 2010 11:28:14 pm EDT
***SPOILERS***
 
Just finished this today. Great continuation of Roland and his ka-tets quest for the Dark Tower. My favorite points were Roland and Jake's reunion and the appearance of Richard Fannin ( aka Walter, aka Marten, and even more amazing , aka RANDALL FLAGG! true SK fans will know who that is). Cant wait to start Wizard and Glass tomorrow.

 
 
Posted By: Michael - December 11th, 2009 8:47:37 pm EST
I'm 17, I just recently picked up your book the gunslinger an immediately became facinated with the series. I read gunslinger about 3 times before I had a chance to pick you your second book and I can't wait to get to the third.
 
 
Posted By: Matt - July 26th, 2009 4:13:49 pm EDT
Wow...what an amazing novel. The best part about this book, and just about every other Stephen King novel, is that everything is so vividly real. The fight against the giant bear, the haunted house coming alive, the city of Lud, the Tick-Tock man, and Blain the Mono are all so real that you feel like you are Eddie, or Susannah, or Jake traveling right alongside Roland. This is one of (if not the best book I have ever read). King you are amazing!!!
 
 
Posted By: Liam - February 26th, 2009 9:38:53 pm EST
I am a big fan of King, i am from Mexico, have over of 30 books and have to say that love the series of the dark tower, but my favourite is wastelands, couldnt leave to read this book. King...You are the best.
 
 
Posted By: El Grogg - November 20th, 2008 6:17:11 pm EST
the picture stephen paints of Lud is truly incredible. for me, this is the dark tower novel where things truly take off. i was so blown away by 'the god drums' and immediately had to go and find 'velcro fly' so i could hear it. each time i hear that intro i envisage the Lud massacre and get goosebumps. the realisation that Lud is an alternate new york is the key to everything that comes after it in the dark tower saga. wizard and glass is my favourite dark tower novel but Lud is my favourite piece of the entire dark tower story as a whole. LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
Posted By: Petitepuppet - September 17th, 2008 11:51:31 pm EDT
Brilliant.
 
 
Posted By: Hkhappybunny - August 11th, 2008 12:45:28 am EDT
I started reading Stephen King novels when I was in middle school (about 12 years old). My mom bought me this book the same year and neither of us really paid attention to the title so I started reading the book before I realized it was a part of a series! Naturally I felt like an idiot when I finished the book and realized that there were 2 books preceding it in The Dark Tower Series. I was hooked though so I bought the other 2 and read them, re-reading number three after I got caught up.
 

 

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