The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower

Written by:
Stephen King
Narrated by:
George Guidall

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
September 2004
28 hours 53 minutes
Creating 'true narrative magic' (The Washington Post) at every revelatory turn, Stephen King surpasses all expectation in the stunning final volume of his seven-part epic masterwork. Entwining stories and worlds from a vast and complex canvas, here is the conclusion readers have long awaited—breathtakingly imaginative, boldly visionary, and wholly entertaining.

Roland Deschain and his ka-tet have journeyed together and apart, scattered far and wide across multilayered worlds of wheres and whens. The destinies of Roland, Susannah, Jake, Father Callahan, Oy, and Eddie are bound in the Dark Tower itself, which now pulls them ever closer to their own endings and beginnings...and into a maelstrom of emotion, violence, and discovery.
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Wow. Best book series I’ve ever read/listened to, although it’s saddening and bittersweet to have finally reached the end of the journey with Roland and his Ka Tet. I think I’ll start over and go through the books a second time but to read the books instead of audio. I’m puzzled by the 2 instances where Roland feels lust for his mother, and it was just as weird in this book as when he mentioned it the first time (in book 5 or 6). I really wonder what makes King decide to throw that type of stuff in there… Oh well, he’s an incredible tale spinner anyway.

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Susan W.

Sad my journey to the tower is over but totally enjoyed it! Loved both narrators that I traveled with!

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Christopher Y.

i had read all these books before i decided to revisit through the audio platform, the eyes betray you after so many years. to be immersed in Roland's world again was both joyous and sad. knowing the ending but reliving the journey. the final book came out when i was 28, now 46. you see it through a different lens. thank you Mr King.

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The entire Journey has been to this point incredible.

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George G.

great end to an epic journey, loved every minute of it.

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Quincie R.

Only Stephen King could create such a vivid and amazing work and bring it to an ending as such. You are a master of your craft. I thoroughly enjoyed each novel of The Dark Tower and have others listening as well. I'm sad that this was the last..but what a way to end. Never saw it coming. Superb!!

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Daniel C

great series, things are weird, fun and an all out mystery the whole time. You become really attached to each character as well

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Landon Park

Great series! Great edge of your seat adventure! Crazy and unexpected ending!

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Craig Temczuk

Great book and a great ending to the great series. Stephen King puts stories together like no one else.

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Santini Revels

Great book and a great ending to the series although a sad one.

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Katherine Koch

I cried throughout knowing this was the last book in the series. It was heartbreaking to know the series was coming to an end. I loved it. Simply loved the series and the characters. Stephen King is amazing.

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Kim Bond

I have been a follower of Roland since before the turn of the century.

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Sherrie Seyl

Second time reading and just as great!!!! Never wanted it to end.

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Rowland Deschesne

Yes, unfortunately SK seems to be a Freudian, but you can squint/cough into your hand and overlook the brief "mother" references. The audiobooks in 2023 were my second time through the full story after reading them in 2003-2004. When you know what's coming at the end it forestalls any disappointment. A worthwhile endeavour, no doubt. Guidall is just as good as Frank (Gan rest his soul.) Looking forward to Mike Flanagan's streaming/film adaptations.

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Josh L.

Great book, best in series

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Jordon L

The story was predictable. The characters had no depth.

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Moises R.

Amazing novel but I feel that the ending to such a long and detailed story was rushed. Unexpected nevertheless but rushed. Clamp together so tightly that it didn't have room for battles with the most epic enemies so they where cut short. All the previous book are wonderful and very detailed

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