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    I LOVED this book. I thought it was a down to the...

    I LOVED this book. I thought it was a down to the nitty gritty action of the Dark Tower, and I loved it. It enveloped me and transported me. The True Knot may be this world's version of Type 1...
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    I see this is an old thread, but I am a big Susan...

    I see this is an old thread, but I am a big Susan Delgado fan, so I can't resist. I LOVE Susan. Audiobook Susan, not reading Susan. Because she was really solid. She was 16 in W&G and I can see...
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    Apologies, "N" was in "Just After Sunset." brain...

    Apologies, "N" was in "Just After Sunset." brain meltdown there :)
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    The Shining-where Danny was on the playground in...

    The Shining-where Danny was on the playground in the snow and that "thing" was in the tunnel-the only passage in any book that has chilled me to the bone. Also, N., one of the short stories in Full...
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    Yes! Jerico Hill, please!

    Yes! Jerico Hill, please!
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    I enjoyed Wind, good story and well worth it. I...

    I enjoyed Wind, good story and well worth it. I really enjoyed the story within a story element. I would probably rank it #5 on my list as well. Theere were a couple things that bugged me about it,...
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    What a great thread! I see many books I need to...

    What a great thread! I see many books I need to add to my reading list here :)

    Here goes:
    1. The Dark Tower (Sai King, of course)
    2. The Outlander Series (Diana Gabaldon)
    3. The Camulod...
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    Bloon's Tower Defense

    Bloon's Tower Defense
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    aw, just now saw this. Thankee sai, Jean. The DK...

    aw, just now saw this. Thankee sai, Jean. The DK has a way of making us strong and pushing ourselves, which is the numbero uno reason I love these books so much!
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    gah *remember and *vision, not version....

    gah *remember and *vision, not version. Apologies, all. :-P
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    Apologies if this has been talked about...

    Apologies if this has been talked about previously, I did not happen to see it. I do not abide by Susannah's decision to leave Roland, but when thinking again about why she did this, I remembers in...
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    Oh, Walking Dead. As one of those people that...

    Oh, Walking Dead. As one of those people that watches anything with the word "Zombie" in it, or looks like it might contain zombie related material, or come free with purchase of a 2 liter bottle of...
  13. I doubt this song was exactly inspired by DK, but...

    I doubt this song was exactly inspired by DK, but it always reminds me of Roland. This guy Ian Thomas is amazing and haunting, and his live performances are killer.

    Here's the link to his song...
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    The DT has a way of bringing people together :)

    The DT has a way of bringing people together :)
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    thankee-sai harrison! :)

    thankee-sai harrison! :)
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    Hi everyone, I'm a short-term lurker, first time...

    Hi everyone, I'm a short-term lurker, first time poster. I realize this is an older thread but the subject was just so profound for me I wanted to write a reply to it :)

    My BF first introduced me...
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