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Themes, the limits of human comprehension

In the book, characters often wonder “what lies beyond” and “what is beyond the bounds of the universe.” And the reader realizes how little he or she knows of the universe. 101 more words


Point of view, the prodigious narrator

The story of the gunslinger is told and described by a narrator. I understood this when I read the sentence: “The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed”, but sometimes there are dialogues as well.


The world of the dark tower

This novel takes place in some weird type of future where you can find huge 12 legged monsters and demons. It’s a fantasy, western, science fiction novel. 60 more words


Hauling It In #1

Hello everyone! Welcome to a rare feature, which I’m calling “Hauling It In”. There are times where I feel like I should spoil myself. I know, I know. 158 more words


The Dark Tower: Movie Preview and the Literary Merits of Stephen King

Look, some of us are more excited for the Dark Tower movie than others, but we’re both still very nervous another Stephen King movie adaptation. What’s your favorite King novel? Or your favorite King adaptation?

The Gunslinger by Stephen King

The Gunslinger

By: Stephen King

Synopsis: On my edition, there is no synopsis. There is a fantastic introduction by Stephen King, and a foreword. Both of these features really add to the novel, and I recommend reading them! 349 more words


February TBR

The first month of the year is already over, which means that it’s February and time for me to share my monthly TBR with you! 686 more words