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my Dark Tower

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So this is what went on in my head after I read another Stephen King masterpiece THE DARK TOWER.

hope you enjoy my take on 19th time around.

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The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1)


Book Title: The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1)

Author: Stephen King

Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks

Publication Date: February 16th 2012

Genre(s): Western, Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction, General Fiction (Adult) 751 more words

Other Worlds

The suggested music for viewing this sketch is King Harvest’s Dancing in the Moonlight. The suggested activity is, of course, dancing.

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