Does this take place on Earth?

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Sep 12, 2015
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Georgia
#1
Please no spoilers.
I am expecting to get the entire Dark Tower series (including the wind through the keyhole) as a Christmas gift in three months.
I know this is like a fantasy action but i'm afraid to google questions about the book, because i'm afraid about accidentally spoiling it for myself.

The only question I have is; does this take place on earth or is it like a song of ice and fie where it is in a whole other universe, where somehow the people know English?

Thanks a bunch.

~Caleb
 

muskrat

Dis-Member
Nov 8, 2010
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Under your bed
#3
Please no spoilers.
I am expecting to get the entire Dark Tower series (including the wind through the keyhole) as a Christmas gift in three months.
I know this is like a fantasy action but i'm afraid to google questions about the book, because i'm afraid about accidentally spoiling it for myself.

The only question I have is; does this take place on earth or is it like a song of ice and fie where it is in a whole other universe, where somehow the people know English?

Thanks a bunch.

~Caleb
It goes back and forth between our world and Mid-World. I don't want to tell you too much. Just read em.
 

GNTLGNT

The idiot is IN
Jun 15, 2007
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307,966
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Cambridge, Ohio
#6
Please no spoilers.
I am expecting to get the entire Dark Tower series (including the wind through the keyhole) as a Christmas gift in three months.
I know this is like a fantasy action but i'm afraid to google questions about the book, because i'm afraid about accidentally spoiling it for myself.

The only question I have is; does this take place on earth or is it like a song of ice and fie where it is in a whole other universe, where somehow the people know English?

Thanks a bunch.

~Caleb
...Earth?...sure, at least one version of it.....
 

César Hernández-Meraz

Wants to be Nick, ends up as Larry
May 19, 2015
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4,143
38
Aguascalientes, Mexico
#11
I guess Scott's answer is good enough. Just finished the first chapter of the first book (I am about to start "The Way Station" later today), and having people remember Christ's name means this must have been an Earth once (or has people who come from an Earth).

It is like "The Stand". It happens on Earth. Obviously not ours, since we are still alive, but it is Earth.
 

champ1966

Well-Known Member
Dec 3, 2011
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Wakefield Yorkshire England
#12
I guess Scott's answer is good enough. Just finished the first chapter of the first book (I am about to start "The Way Station" later today), and having people remember Christ's name means this must have been an Earth once (or has people who come from an Earth).

It is like "The Stand". It happens on Earth. Obviously not ours, since we are still alive, but it is Earth.
Alternate Universe
 

Chelle71

Well-Known Member
Aug 26, 2009
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3,180
Brisbane, Australia
#14
Please no spoilers.
I am expecting to get the entire Dark Tower series (including the wind through the keyhole) as a Christmas gift in three months.
I know this is like a fantasy action but i'm afraid to google questions about the book, because i'm afraid about accidentally spoiling it for myself.

The only question I have is; does this take place on earth or is it like a song of ice and fie where it is in a whole other universe, where somehow the people know English?

Thanks a bunch.

~Caleb
Oh wow...have fun in there :D
 

Mary Strickland

Well-Known Member
May 18, 2009
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#19
Please no spoilers.
I am expecting to get the entire Dark Tower series (including the wind through the keyhole) as a Christmas gift in three months.
I know this is like a fantasy action but i'm afraid to google questions about the book, because i'm afraid about accidentally spoiling it for myself.

The only question I have is; does this take place on earth or is it like a song of ice and fie where it is in a whole other universe, where somehow the people know English?

Thanks a bunch.

~Caleb
I accidently discovered The Dark Tower when I saw Volume V on sale in a book store. (Seriously neglecting my reading while raising kids.) I read Wolves of the Calla, Volume V, and collected all the rest (I - Vii) reading all the rest. Turned out, I enjoyed each volume because I knew some of what was ahead. If you have read any King books, there is no wrong way to read them. Just enjoy!
 
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