Haha Ally I have a feeling wisemo is a fanboy that maybe hung around the World of Warcraft MB a little too long...Reading his posts is like watching the proverbial "trainwreck"...I say post away wisemo! I'm not allowed to say this on here, but you are the most entertaining and interesting person to post in a while...keep up the good workWisemo; yer kinda funny...I genuinely hope that's your real intention here.
P.S. I'm starting to become serious when I say you should "improve" some of SK's other endings....but I have a feeling your time here is short so you better haul a$$...lolol
...and the Looney Tunes theme plays on....(sorry Ms. Mod-couldn't stop meself, I'm a born leverpuller...said in his best Beatlesque voice from Yellow Submarine)
Also, about your statement above about the Bible....
i have to say -the read for me was the ride, and i could have put the book down when i was prompted but i was just cackin myself too much hoping, nay praying that their wouldnt be interfering aliens at the end of his journey- all in all a wonderful adventure that ended,then began again. beautiful. HOORAH!
hat tip to the big man and much applause.
so say us all
Originally when I was reading the Dark Tower series, by about book 3 or 4 I had guessed that the series would end with Roland going into the Dark Tower and finding Stephen King sitting at a typewriter/computer working on the last Dark Tower book, and Stephen would look up and would lock eyes with Roland, and each would realize that they were looking at themselves as if in a mirror. Imagine my surprise/excitement when Stephen King wrote himself into the series in book 6!
Anyway, I thought the real Stephen King ended the series perfectly.
As for his initial inspiration for the Dark Tower, I believe he was drinking heavily in college at the time...just sayin'...
Hmm, I adore "Black Tower" wines, they do a gorgeous rose. Sweet.
"My ending is my ending. Roland will have his redemption but he did not deserve it then. During his lifetime, Roland made too many wrong choices. You cannot do things as serious as sacrifice a child and not have to pay karma regardless of other good deeds done in your lifetime."