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The Dark Tower STEPHEN KING AudioBook TAPE NEW Dark Tower VII

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The Dark Tower VII - Stephen King read by George Guidall (TAPE)

The Seventh and final instalment in the Dark Tower series

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The Dark Tower VII - Stephen King read by George Guidall Audio Book TAPE

Brand New  Unabridged 18 Tapes 29 Hours All wise details should come to end. Constant Listener, and not even Stephen King will write a story that goes on forever. The story of Ronald Deschain's relentless quest for the Dark Tower has, the writer worries, sorely tried the persistence of those who have followed it from its earliest chapters. But attend with it a while longer, if it pleases you, for this amount is the last, and frequently the last factors are ideal.

Roland's ka-tet remains intact, though scattered over wheres and whens. Susannah-Mia has been carried within the Dixie Pig (in the summer of 1999) to a birthing space -- absolutely a chamber of horrors - in Thunderclap's Fedic Station; Jake and Father Callahan, with Oy between them, have entered the restaurant on Lex and 61st with weapons drawn, little understanding how many and noxious are their foes. Roland and Eddie are with John Cullum in Maine, in 1977, trying to find the website on Turtleback Lane where "walk-ins" have been frequently watched. They desire desperately to receive back to the others, to Susannah particularly, but they have come to understand that the globe they require to escape is truly the only 1 that issues.

So the audiobook opens, like a door to the uttermost reaches of Stephen King's imagination. You've come this far. Come a small dad. Come all means. The sound you hear is the slamming of the door behind you. Welcome to The Dark Tower. .


About The Dark Tower Series by Stephen King: 

Stephen Kings Magnus Opus - The Dark Tower series# The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger (1982)

# The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three (1987)
# The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands (1991)
# The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass (1997)
# The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla (2003)
# The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah (2004)
# The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower (2004)

The Dark Tower is a fantasy fiction, research fantasy, horror, and western themed series of novels by the American author Stephen King. The series has been described as King's magnum opus - besides the 7 novels that include the series right, various of his different books are associated to the story, introducing concepts and characters that come into play as the series progresses. The series has been newly adapted for a Marvel miniseries spin-off, created by King and illustrated by Jae Lee.

The series was inspired by the poem "Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came" by Robert Browning, The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot and in the preface to the 2003 edition of The Gunslinger, King furthermore identifies The Lord of the Rings and The Great, the Bad, and the Ugly as inspirations, identifying Clint Eastwood's "Man with No Name" character as the genesis of Roland of Gilead.

The central character, Roland, is the last living member of the knightly purchase termed as gunslingers. The globe he lives in is very different from our own but has freakish similarities. Politically organized along the lines of the feudal society, it shares technological and social characteristics with all the American Old West, and magical powers and relics of the very advanced, but lengthy vanished, society. Roland's quest, his raison d'être, is to locate the Dark Tower, a mythical building mentioned to become the nexus of the universe. Roland's planet is mentioned to have "moved on", and indeed it appears to be coming apart at the seams - mighty countries are being torn apart by war, whole cities and areas disappear within the face of the world without a trace, and even the Sun occasionally rises in the north and sets in the east. As the series opens, Roland's motives, goals, and even his age are unclear, though occasions in later instalments shed light on these mysteries.

In countless methods, this series is viewed as King's statement of the globe he portrays in various of his additional novels. Terminology like Ka-tet and the Tower itself appear in additional novels (principally Insomnia), Can-toi is revealed in Desperation, and the theme of the thin planet with outside beings looking to enter and rule it, is an up-to-date adaptation of the synonymous theme that Lovecraft built his mythos upon. (from Wikipedia)


About the Author Stephen King

(From Wikipedia) Stephen Edwin King (born September 21, 1947) is an American writer best acknowledged for his very lucrative horror novels. A 2003 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Book Awards, King's books have been enormously lucrative, and are usually showcased on bestseller lists.

King's stories frequently include as an unremarkable protagonist like a middle-class family, a child, or numerous occasions, a author. The characters are included in their everyday lives, but the supernatural encounters and extraordinary circumstances escalate over the course of the story. King evinces a thorough knowledge of the horror genre, as shown in his nonfiction book Danse Macabre, which chronicles many years of notable functions in both literature and cinema. He additionally writes stories outside the horror genre, including the novellas The Body and Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption (later adapted as the films Stand By Me and The Shawshank Redemption, respectively), and also The Green Mile and Hearts in Atlantis.

Stephen King moreover wrote under the name of Richard Bachman.


Stephen King was born in Portland, Maine and is of Scots-Irish ancestry. When King was 2 years aged, his dad deserted his family. Ruth raised King and his adopted elder brother David by herself, occasionally under excellent financial stress. The family moved to Ruth's house town of Durham, Maine and invested short periods in Fort Wayne, Indiana and Stratford, Connecticut. King attended Durham Elementary School and Lisbon High School. He grew to stand 6'4" tall.

King has been composing since an early age. When in school, he wrote stories based on videos he had enjoyed lately and sold them to his neighbors. This wasn't favored among his teachers, and he was forced to return his income when this was noticed. The stories were copied utilizing a mimeo machine that his brother David utilized to copy a newspaper, "Dave's Rag," which he self-published. "Dave's Rag" was about regional occasions, and King would usually lead. At around the age of thirteen, King noticed a box of his father's older books at his aunt's apartment, primarily horror and research fiction. He was instantly hooked on these genres.

From 1966 to 1971, King studied English at the University of Maine at Orono, Maine. At the college, he wrote a column titled "King's Garbage Truck" in the college magazine. He additionally met Tabitha Spruce; they married in 1971. King took on odd jobs to pay for his research, including 1 at an commercial laundry. He utilized the experience to write the brief story The Mangler. The campus period in his lifetime is commonly obvious in the 2nd piece of Hearts in Atlantis.

After completing his college research with a Bachelor of Arts in English and getting a certificate to teach significant school, King taught English at Hampden Academy in Hampden, Maine. During this time, he and his family lived in a trailer. He wrote brief stories (many were published in men's magazines) to aid create ends meet. As told in the introduction in Carrie, if 1 of his kids got a cold, Tabitha would joke, "Come on Steve, think of the monster". King equally developed a drinking issue which stayed with him for over a decade.

During this period, King started a amount of novels. One of his initially inspirations was of the young girl with psychic powers. But, he grew frustrated, and threw it into the garbage. Tabitha later rescued it and encouraged him to complete it. After completing the novel, he titled it Carrie, transferred it to Doubleday, and almost forgot about it. Later, he received an provide to purchase it with a ,500 advance (not a big advance for a novel, even at that time). After, the value of Carrie was realized with all the paperback rights being sold for 0,000 (with 0,000 of it going to the publisher). After its launch, his mom died of uterine cancer. She had the novel read to her before she died.

In On Writing, King admits that at this time he was consistently drunk and that he was an alcoholic for perfectly over a decade. He even admits that he was drunk during his mother's funeral while delivering the eulogy. He states that he had based the alcoholic dad in The Shining on himself, though he didn't admit it for a number of years.

After the publication of The Tommyknockers, King's family and neighbors finally intervened, dumping his garbage found on the rug in front of him to show him the evidence of his own addictions: beer cans, cigarette butts, grams of cocaine, Xanax, Valium, NyQuil. He desired aid, and stop all types of drugs and alcohol in the late 1980s.

King fans note that the relative wealth of King's characters has risen through the years, but not because precipitously because King's wealth itself:

* His earliest functions (Carrie, The Shining, The Stand, in addition to much of the function in Night Shift), deal with working-class families trying from paycheck to paycheck in minimum-wage jobs.

* Late-1980s function associated middle-class folks like teachers and authors

* Late-1990s function often dealt with airplane pilots, writers and others who will frequently afford a 2nd homestead.

Stephen King's books have influenced countless writers of our time.

Car accident

In the summer of 1999, King was in the center of composing On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. At the time, he had completed the memoir section and had abandoned the book for almost eighteen months, uncertain of how to proceed or whether to bother. King reports that it was the initial book that he'd abandoned since composing The Stand years earlier. He had really decided to continue the book. On June 17, he had created up a list of concerns that he was frequently asked about composing, in addition to some that he wished he will be asked about it; on June 18, he had created 4 pages of the section on composing.

On June 19, about 4:30 PM, he was strolling found on the appropriate shoulder of Route 5 in North Lovell. Driver Bryan Smith, distracted by an unrestrained Rottweiler moving in the back of his 1985 Dodge Caravan, struck King, who landed in a depression about 14 feet (4 meters) within the pavement of Route 5.

Oxford County Sheriff's deputy Matt Baker recorded that witnesses mentioned the driver wasn't speeding or reckless.[1] Baker equally reported that King was struck from behind. King's official website, nevertheless, states that this was wrong, and that King was strolling facing traffic.

King was aware enough to provide the deputy telephone numbers to contact his family, but in considerable pain. The writer was initially transported to Northern Cumberland Hospital and then flown by helicopter to Central Maine Hospital. His injuries - a collapsed proper lung, several fractures of the proper leg, scalp laceration, along with a broken cool - kept him in Central Main Medical Center until July 9, virtually 3 weeks later.

Earlier that year King had completed almost all of From a Buick 8, a novel where among the characters dies in an car accident. Of the eerie similarities, King states that he attempts "to not create too much of it." King's 1987 novel, Misery, is equally of the author who experiences serious injuries in an car accident, but that novel concentrates found on the mental ill-health of the dedicated fan who nurses the author.

After five operations in ten days and bodily therapy, King resumed function on On Writing in July, though his cool was nevertheless shattered and he may just sit for about forty minutes before the pain became intolerable.

King's attorney and 2 others bought Smith's van for ,500, reportedly to avoid it appearing on eBay. Smith, a disabled construction worker, died in his rest in September 2000 at the age of 43.


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