Finally Almost Done

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Dark Tower

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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?
 

Walter Oobleck

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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.
 

Dark Tower

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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.
 

The Nameless

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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.
 

Joanie Kay

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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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