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Finally Almost Done

Discussion in 'The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass' started by Dark Tower, Nov 29, 2013.

  1. Dark Tower

    Dark Tower Well-Known Member

    I've paused this series numerous times in the middle of this book. I have to say. This time reading through the 4th book is a lot more interesting than before. Anyone else experience more of a liking for this particular book on a second or third read through?
     
  2. Walter Oobleck

    Walter Oobleck keeps coming back...or going, and going, and going

    Yeah...I think so...was able to enjoy it more so as the terrain was familiar...caught more than a few sights missed on the first pass through, flipping pages and all...seeing parallels & connections links in the chain.
     
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  3. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...I enjoy all of his novels more upon re-reading them...I sail so eagerly through them the first time, I pick up MANY things upon subsequent page turning....
     
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  4. Dark Tower

    Dark Tower Well-Known Member

    Finally finished it. It ended better than I expected it to. This is the first time I finished Wizard and Glass. I must say, putting the journey aside to try to finish up to what I have of the Odd series by Koontz was hard. But if my in-laws get me the next books I want to be ready to read it. Still looking forward to the rest of the journey though.
     
  5. The Nameless

    The Nameless M-O-O-N - That spells Nameless

    Congrats on finally getting through it. If I ever read the series again, I hope I can find that "something" that clicks and makes you enjoy it when I get to Wastelands. Even though I stopped at the Susan section of Wizard & Glass, I still finnished it thinking "that was a damn good book" - Wastelands is the only one I didn't think that for.

    Enjoy Wolves when you start it, that was prbably my 2nd favourite of the series.
     
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  6. Joanie Kay

    Joanie Kay Well-Known Member

    I liked Wizard and Glass the first time I read it, loved it the second. Go figure. I think the latent romantic in me awakened somewhere in between readings. Whatever the reason, I was tremendously moved by these adolescent gunslingers, especially young Roland, the second time around. And Susan...oh, my. After finishing this book, I couldn't help myself: I had to write a ballad about her. If I hadn't, I would have exploded.
     
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