Publish date: February 12th 2009
Publisher: Storyville, LLC
Pages no: 61
Edition language: English
All Things Serve the TowerThis was a fun listen while sick in bed, and reminded me how much I miss the Dark Tower series! It started out like an Amazon and Kindle add, yet I couldn't quite decide if it was lauding e-readers or making fun of it... The story eventually picked up after a "Kindle instru...
I remember when King released Riding the Bullet, the first mass-market commercial e-book. I remember thinking that there was no way I was going to be able to get used to reading something electronically, but being the Stephen King fan I was (and continue to be), I knew I was going to read it. Once...
"Do you understand how lucky you are?"If a pink Kindle ever arrives at your door, beware of the Paradox Police. All things serve The Tower. This shortie has a sweet ending I wouldn't have expected from King, but it's nice. You get to see his tender side.
While I was listening to this one, I said to a friend on Google Chat, "You know... it's crazy how much Stephen King affects me.I'm listening to this audio book and I have a knot in my stomach out of nervousness." This about sums up what I love about Stephen King. Even in his shortest stories, he is ...
I do love to read Stephen King, and this one definitely did not disappoint. The Low men in yellow coats were creepy in 'Hearts in Atlantis' and they still are. lol It was a fun short read.
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