Fan Reviews of The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah|
Posted By: Patch9
June 12th, 2012 11:38:00 am EDT
...sent by the magic doorway to Maine in 1977,... [ YOU SEEM TO LOVE THE YEAR OF 1977 ].
Posted By: Miksgirl
June 20th, 2011 5:54:09 pm EDT
My mom loves your book she has every book thats been published and we have atleast one first edition...
Posted By: Jamsebay
April 29th, 2011 12:53:30 pm EDT
hello, mr king i was just njoyed your novels and i'm vry into it and your the best evr, your my idle.and yea that it never stop reading your books..kool
Posted By: Youthfulzombie
February 20th, 2011 1:22:09 pm EST
So frustrating, I own all these books in HC and PB and but have now been paying for and downloading the ebooks for portability - now that I am halfway through book 5 I see that book 6 isn't available in ebook (certainly not in epub). This is ridiculous! I am fully willing to pay for this but am now either going to have to seek an illegal copy or remain a very pissed off fan who feels ripped off.
Posted By: Brady12
June 26th, 2010 11:11:37 pm EDT
This series just gets better and better. But I noticed a contridictary point, towards the end in the fictional journal you mention that your fans got mad about Waste Lands ending in a cliff hanger but you did the same in this one and now that I think about in everyone of them has ended in a cliff hanger. I dont have a problem with because I have the entire series but if I didnt it probably be a different story.
Posted By: King Rules
March 30th, 2010 8:17:08 pm EDT
Wondering if somebody can help me. I am a huge Stephen King fan who just recently purchased a Nook from Barnes and Noble. I own almost every single King book in Hard Back and now want the eBook version of every book if possible. B&N have Dark Tower books 1-5 & 7, but the don't have Songs of Susannah. As you can imagine it is very frustrating and I am only getting canned answers from customer support. Scribner is publishing it in eBook format, so I am not sure why it wouldn't be at B&N. Seems like a simple oversight, but I can't get through to somebody that speaks without using canned answers.
Posted By: Marc
June 18th, 2009 8:42:13 pm EDT
Fantastic! I loved every word.
Posted By: Britt
April 13th, 2009 10:36:32 am EDT
This was my favorite book in the Dark Tower series. Probably because of the love story with Roland and Susannah, and the heartbreaking end that she met. Very big page turner, I read it all the same day I bought it.
Posted By: CannibalsOnCannabis
July 24th, 2008 7:45:14 pm EDT
Faster than Wizard and Glass, slower than The Waste Lands. A happy-medium for the penultimate novel in The Dark Tower epic. A novel that delivers enormous amounts of imagination, taking the series yet another step into the realm of a true, American masterpiece.