Gunslinger, The
  Gunslinger, The
Formats: Cassette / CD
Released (US): June, 2003
Publisher: Penguin Audiobooks
Read By: George Guidall
In Print: No


The opening chapter in the epic Dark Tower series. Roland, the last gunslinger, in a world where time has moved on, pursues his nemesis, The Man in Black, across a desert. Roland's ultimate goal is the Dark Tower, the nexus of all universes. This mysterious icon's power is failing, threatening everything in existence. 


This is the edited edition of The Gunslinger.  The original, read by Frank Muller, is no longer in print.


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Posted By: Laurie - January 2nd, 2011 4:34:34 pm EST

Please tell me how I can the gunsligter on CD PLEASE. I would like for stephen king to make movies out the dark tower. i am sorry abouth the man who read the first books. I have always enjoy listing to stephen books. I have buy alot of his books on cd. It help to pass the day to list to a good. Thank You so much i really enjoy it.... laurie

Posted By: Laurie - January 2nd, 2011 4:25:02 pm EST

i want to buy the the gunsligter on cd i have all the darktowers books on cd just not the first one. i have been look for all of them for a while. love the story love stwphen king book. i listen to them at work every day. thank you laurie

Posted By: Onemanband - October 20th, 2010 10:26:37 pm EDT

Why isn't the original version read by Frank Muller available?It would give the fans of his wonderful narrations a chance to hear him again and possibly give a little more support to his family whom I'm sure grieve his loss every day!

Posted By: JaSkelling - August 16th, 2010 1:00:42 pm EDT
You might also say that "The Original, read by Stephen King, is no longer in print." I really did enjoy hearing the first 3 DT books read by King - and thought it a pity that he didn't finish out the series as well. It's always interesting to hear an author's read on his own novels.
Posted By: Jo - May 12th, 2010 1:39:36 am EDT
i would like to hear this book
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