The dark tower: The gunslinger

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New American Library, 1982 - American fiction - 315 pages
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The Gunslinger is a haunting figure, on a spellbinding journey into good and evil, in a desolate world which frighteningly echoes our own. In his first step towards the powerful and mysterious Dark Tower, Roland encounters an alluring woman named Alice, and faces an agonising choice between damnation and salvation as he pursues the Man in Black.

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User Review  - slarsoncollins - LibraryThing

I'm not going to rate these separately as that doesn't make sense to me. I thought this was a wonderful series. I was horrified when he got hit by the car and I thought he may not be able to finish ... Read full review

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Stephan King's best work ever! The only set of books that I have read more than once. Book one: Very dark, very gritty, very western. Book two: My personal favorite of the whole series. This section ... Read full review

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