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Oh My Gosh!

Discussion in 'The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower' started by HollyGolightly, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. HollyGolightly

    HollyGolightly Well-Known Member

    I would say up until now, none of the Dark Tower books have frightened me. They've been tame compared to this one. I am shocked, scared and totally grossed out by
    Mordred's birth story and what happens to Walter
    . Twice I've had to stop reading so I wouldn't scare myself too bad to sleep. I love it!
  2. skimom2

    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    I remember reading DUMA KEY and screeching when
    protag encountered zombie-things in his kitchen
    :) It was the best feeling--nothing in any book had really made me jump in YEARS :)
  3. The Nameless

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

    I'm not really a 'get scared' kind of guy, but that was definately an "eeewww, wtf? Gross" moment.
    Neesy, blunthead and HollyGolightly like this.
  4. Walter Oobleck

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

    The tissue issue was one of those moments that give you that involuntary shudder. Anyone else experience those things? Doesn't happen that often but a shudder runs through you...only lasts a second or two. Or maybe it's just me...something to do w/evolution...advanced evolution...if you catch the ole driftola. :)
    Neesy, blunthead and HollyGolightly like this.

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