Read Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower, #4) Online Free - Roland of Gilead and his fellow pilgrims determine to reach the Dark Tower, but their quest is rife with confrontation, conflict and sacrifice - from a vast computer system which bargains in riddles to Roland's old enemy Walter and the wizard's glass.
|Title||:||Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower, #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||845 pages|
February 17, 2012
In the immortal words of The Queen
And yet I seem to be the only person who feels that way about this 4th installment of the Dark Tower series. Can you please riddle me why that is, sais? It’s not that fans of the series dislike this novel, but I often see it cited as their least...
June 24, 2017
There seem to be two distinct schools of Dark Tower readers. One school consider this the weakest of the seven volumes. They can't see what the point is. A huge flashback - stuff that has already happened - how does that advance the plot? I call these people the Rolands. The other school consider...
September 01, 2015
Stephen King ended the third book in the Dark Tower series on a wicked cliffhanger in 1991. By 1994 my patience had grown thin, especially after King had delivered 787 pages of pure crap with Insomnia. Even worse was that he actually had the nerve to tease some of the DT stuff in that overstuffed...
April 03, 2017
This buddy-read has been long- Some of our ka-tet have fallen...some have been left behind in the dust. We have picked up a few new members along the way- but only the strongest and most cunning will survive the whole journey to The Daaaaark Tooooooower.
Buddy-read with our fearless leader- Quick...
December 25, 2016
Fantastic! Fascinating to finally get some backstory for Roland and what a story! Loved it. I would say it's my favourite so far, but I also thought the Gunslinger and The Drawing of the Three were 5 stars!
January 12, 2015
Giving a Stephen King book 2 stars pains me a lot, but I can't bump it up to 3 stars just because he's my favorite author. This book was awful, and 500 pages longer than it should've been.
I get everyone's opinion that we need that backstory of Roland, but in my opinion, King could've just consid...
August 24, 2015
As Rhea of Coos hobbled over to her table, she gave Musty, her foul smelling mutant cat, a swift kick.
"I'll give ya a tongue bath later"!
Rhea was anxious to examine the contents of the bag the silver headed stranger had just dropped off. In the bag were two glass balls; both the size of grapefru...
May 02, 2016
There is a kind of echo in the bright air, a yearning for other places in the blood, a loneliness in the heart that sings like the wind.
Who is Roland?
What secrets are hidden in the past of the last gunslinger of Gilead?
The questions are stuck in your mind from the very moment you open the first...
February 15, 2016
It pains me to give this book just 2 stars but I skimmed more than a quarter of it, because I just want to get to the goddamned tower, take a selfie, then go home.
May 11, 2015
After a riddle contest with Blaine the Mono, Roland and his ka-tet continue on their quest for the Dark Tower. While camping, Roland reveals the story of his youth and his first love.
The best part of this was Roland's backstory. You see that he wasn't always the killing machine he's become and le...