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    PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] B 68% | Satisfactory Notes A discordant blend of flowery terse and vulgar prose difficult to follow and insufficient in explaining new concepts

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    Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King Stephen King ð 7 Summary Read & Download The Gunslinger INTRODUCTION A few things you should know before deciding how helpful this review will be for you I think the Dark Tower series as a whole is a staggering achievement and belongs in any discussion without ualification of the “Greatest Fantas

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    PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] Please don't hate me I know it seems sacrilegious to give a Stephen King anything less than 4 stars but this one was SLOOOOWWWW for the first 75% That's not to say I didn't enjoy it but I did find this was an easy book to

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    PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] The man in black fled across the desert and the Gunslinger followed Roland Deschain the last of the Gunslingers is on a uest for the Dark Tower a mysterious edifice that is the axle of worlds and holds all existence together In this the first volume Roland pursues his nemesis across the Mohaine Desert He follows the man in black's

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    Stephen King ð 7 Summary Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] An intriguing book it draws the reader in little by little It is fantastic imaginative but inconsistent Amid moments of brilliance there are also islands of abstraction so murky almost Kafkaesue in absurdity that I could not follow But it is in

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    PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] Stephen King ð 7 Summary Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King “I don’t like people They fuck me up”Roland Deschain the last of the Gunslingers is after the Man in Black Along the

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    PDF NEW [The Gunslinger] Stephen King ð 7 Summary Read & Download The Gunslinger Great world building and atmosphere Definitely different from anything I've read before It felt very scattered like King di

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  • The Gunslinger
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Read & Download The Gunslinger

The Gunslinger Free download ´ 107 Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King Stephen King ð 7 Summary In the first book of this brilliant series Stephen King introduces readers to one of his most enigmatic heroes Roland of Gilead The Last Gunslinger He is a haunting figure a l. INTRODUCTION A few things you should know before deciding how helpful this review will be for you I think the Dark Tower series as a whole is a staggering achievement and belongs in any discussion without ualification of the Greatest Fantasy Series of All Time There are no spoilers in this review but I have read the series twice all the way through and am doing a third reading as part of a group read this month Therefore my review is colored by my knowledge of how the rest of the series is Hence I only give this book 4 stars because in comparison to the rest of the series I thought this book was by far the weakest In a vacuum I would have probably given this 5 stars due to the Chilly PalmerJosey Wales awesomeness of the character of Roland Roland Deschain is THE MAN and belongs among the truly ICONIC figures in 20th century literature and is certainly among my top ten favorite characters of all time I think this is even astounding given the Roland himself was initially patterned on the classic iconic western gunfighter Yet through the series I thought he grew beyond his original programming and became a truly uniue figure I have read a number of Stephen King books beyond the Dark Tower series and have really liked some The Stand The Green Mile The Night Shift and really disliked some Dreamcatcher Cujo and The Dark Half I just wanted to be clear that I like Stephen King but am not a everything he writes is gold fanboybeyond the Dark Tower series that is I LOVED LOVED LOVED the ending of the series don t worry no spoilers I can not think of a better way to have ended this epic series and believe that it created a much powerful memory of the journey through all 7 books I think Stephen King should be applauded for allowing the story to take on such MYTHIC importance as I think he achieved with the way he ended this series I know that MANY and I mean MANY disagree with me on this one and I can understand where they are coming from psssst however just between usthey are all wrong and I m right but shhhhhh I have listened to all 7 books are audio the first 4 read by the late Frank Muller and the last 3 read by George Guidall I believe that anyone who has read the books and not listened to these stories on audio is REALLY MISSING SOMETHING WONDERFUL Those who have listened to the Dune series on audio can understand the incredible uality and enhancement that a superb reading of a great story can bring As mentioned in the above introduction this book only gets 4 stars from me In large part this is due to both the uality of the later books and also the fact that it is plagued by some inconsistencies that arose due to changes that King made in the later books I applaud King for going back and re writing this story to resolve these conflicts but I still think this book suffers from the fact that King did not know how LARGE the story would become when he wrote this That said this book is an absolute essential read as it introduced the world to Roland Deschain of Gilead Son of Steven Gunslinger Champion of the White Descendant of the line of Arthur Eld Bane of the Man in Black and Seeker of the Dark Tower How best to describe Roland Physically he was inspired by Clint Eastwood s The Man with No Name and so a younger Clint Eastwood is an excellent way to visualize him From there you need to mix in a little MYSTICAL TEACHERWARRIORMASTER SLOGAN DISPENSERAdd a helping of NOBLE KNIGHT LEADER And then top it off with a large triple shot of BAD ASS MOFO with the end result being one of the most intriguing layered though it takes some time to peel those layers back and complex figures in all of literaturein my opinion In this first installment which is uite short compared to subseuent volumes we are introduced to Roland and the world he lives in as he is chasing the Man in Black Roland s world appears like a deranged version of the Old West but with occasional references to an older world that was much technologically advanced We are left with the impression of a very ancient world that is fading and running down As Roland describes it his world has moved on We also come to find that Roland s world is not our world but that there are strange similarities between the two eg Arthur Eld the great hero of Roland s world would seem to be their version of King Arthur both world s have a version of the song Hey Jude etc In addition we learn that it is possible though difficult to travel between the worlds which is a fundamental aspect of the rest of the series It is in this story that Roland first meets Jake Chambers who arrives in Roland s world from a version of our New York City I will leave you to learn for yourself the circumstances surrounding Jake s appearance and the results Through a lengthy flashback in the city of JethroTull we learn of both the mad skills of Roland as a Gunslinger and the otherworldly powers of the Man in Black My takeaway Roland can shoot the eyes out of hummingbird and 50 paces From there the book moves ahead briskly until the inevitable final showdown between Roland and the Man in Black The details the interesting nuggets and the time spent with Jake are best experienced fresh so I will avoid spoilers Overall a good introduction to Roland and his world but merely an appetizer to the warm buttery goodness that is to follow and the epic tale of the Gunslinger really gets going in the next book The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed And you should follow to all the way to the end of the story and discover the wonders of this most original journey HIGHEST POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION

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The Gunslinger Free download ´ 107 Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King Stephen King ð 7 Summary Alice and begins a friendship with the Kid from Earth called Jake Both grippingly realistic and eerily dreamlike The Gunslinger leaves readers eagerly awaiting the next chapte. All I could think throughout this book was what the hell am I readingThis western fantasy has to be the most confusing book I ve read in a long time Some parts were interesting than others but overall I was very disappointed After hearing everyone rave about this series I have a hard time understanding why I don t believe it would be this popular if it wasn t for Stephen King s name on it There I said itI didn t like the story very much nor the writingI had been warned that the first book wasn t as great as the others but I m currently not in a rush to continue

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The Gunslinger Free download ´ 107 Free read Þ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Stephen King Stephen King ð 7 Summary Oner on a spellbinding journey into good and evil In his desolate world which frighteningly mirrors our own Roland pursues The Man in Black encounters an alluring woman named. ENGLISH The Gunslinger ITALIANOWhen I read this novel than twenty years ago I did not appreciate it Clearly Roland s story did not charmed enough my distracted and teenage mind Therefore I decided to prematurely stop the The Black Tower series A few days ago in a bookstore I stumbled on a copy of the new edition of The Gunslinger and reading the preface I understood a couple of things FIRST not just myself but also Stephen King was young when he wrote the same edition of The Gunslinger that I read eons ago SECOND to overcome the incomplete literary maturity possessed at that time Stephen King thought to revise and enrich the original novel publishing a new edition that for simplicity I will define mature In fact in that preface King confesses that when he starts writing a novel he has no idea where he s going with this let alone when he stars to write a multi volume saga In this light the rearrangement of The Gunslinger done only after completing the last episode of The Black Tower was necessaryThe plot is simple Roland is a gunslinger and chases the man in black The deadly desert dominates on them Some meetings take place along the way new characters come into play while flashbacks clarify the gunslinger s past In my opinion the most beautiful parts of the novel are precisely Roland s memories which begin to roughly make us understand the meaning of The Black Tower King give us the only hint about the time of the facts practically at the end Gunslinger our fathers conuered the disease which rots which we call cancer almost conuered aging went to the moon indicating that we are in a vague future far from our day The air we breathe is suggestive and desolate Making an example that only the fans of Garth Ennis will catch the atmosphere resembles the one created by the British comic artist when describing the events of the Saint of Killers one of the key characters of his famous graphic novel PreacherAlthough some details escape me at the moment I expect a lot from this saga I think this novel is a kind of introduction that I will fully understand after the next volumes and probably I will return to these reflections once again in the future to update my personal judgment of The Gunslinger For now I trust the positive reviews of the next volumes Overall I trust the positive reviews of The Black Tower series But above all I trust the author who than anyone else always stimulated my imagination And that s not a small thingMy journey just startedVote 7uando lessi uesto romanzo pi di vent anni fa non ne fui entusiasta Evidentemente la vicenda di Roland non aveva colpito abbastanza la mia mente distratta e adolescente Decisi pertanto di non continuare la serie de La Torre Nera ualche giorno fa mi sono imbattuto in libreria in una copia della nuova edizione de L Ultimo Cavaliere e leggendone la prefazione vengo a conoscenza di un paio di cose UNO non solo il sottoscritto ma anche il buon Stephen era giovane molto giovane uando scrisse l edizione dell ultimo cavaliere che lessi eoni fa DUE per ovviare alla non piena maturit letteraria posseduta all epoca il buon Stephen ha pensato bene di rivedere ed arricchire il romanzo originale mandando alle stampe una nuova edizione che per semplicit definisco pi matura Difatti nella suddetta prefazione King confessa che uando inizia a scrivere un romanzo non sa con precisione dove vuole andare a parare Figuriamoci uando inizia a scrivere una saga di pi volumi In uest ottica il rimaneggiamento de L ultimo cavaliere fatto solo dopo aver completato l ultimo episodio de La Torre Nera stato necessarioLa trama semplice Roland un pistolero ed insegue l uomo in nero Su di loro domina il deserto torrido e letale Lungo il cammino avvengono degli incontri entrano in gioco nuovi personaggi mentre flashback di ricordi chiariscono il passato del pistolero Sono proprio i ricordi di Roland le parti pi belle secondo me sono brani che cominciano grossolanamente a farci capire il senso della Torre Nera L unico indizio sull epoca in cui avvengono i fatti lo si ottiene praticamente alla fine Pistolero i nostri plurisnonni debellarono il morbo che fa marcire uello che chiamavano cancro uasi debellarono la vecchiaia camminarono sulla luna ad indicare che ci troviamo in un futuro vago lontano dai giorni nostri L aria che si respira suggestionante e desolata Per fare un esempio che coglieranno solamente i fan di Garth Ennis l atmosfera somiglia molto a uella creata dal fumettista britannico uando descrive le vicende del Santo degli Assassini uno dei personaggi chiave della sua graphic novel PreacherNonostante ci sono alcuni dettagli che mi sfuggono mi aspetto molto da uesta saga Credo che uesto romanzo sia una sorta di introduzione che comprender appieno dopo i volumi successivi ed immagino che torner in futuro su ueste riflessioni per aggiornare il mio personale giudizio de L Ultimo Cavaliere Per ora mi fido delle recensioni positive dei prossimi volumi Mi fido delle recensioni positive della serie La Torre Nera nella sua interezza Ma soprattutto mi fido dell autore che pi di tutti ha sempre stimolato la mia immaginazione E scusate se pocoIl mio viaggio appena iniziatoVoto 7