In my quest to read everything that Stephen King has ever written - which is a feat not easily done considering how often King releases new material - two more have been ticked off the list. I'm not going to bother to write any reviews per se, as I don't want to spoil too much for anyone, but I will note the achievement.
Dark Tower series a few years ago now, I was anxious to see what King was going to add to the world(s). Like everyone else, I was rather surprised that he opted to dive back into that world at all, though I suspect it's difficult for him to not do so after being in there for so long. Regardless, I was quite ecstatic to have it as an addition to the epic tale. I will say however, that I was tad disappointed to discover that it was less about Roland and his Ka-Tet than I would have liked. This book was more of a tale from the Gunslinger - a tale within a tale at that. With only minor disappointment in realizing only brief moments at the beginning and end were about the main group, I did very much enjoy the book. It seems I got through it very quickly and I do love that world that Stephen has created. It was truly a treat to enter that world again. For DT fans, I suggest you check it out. For those who haven't read the series yet, I'd personally wait until the end to tackle this one, even though it takes place between books 4 and 5. Read as they were released I say. That's my suggestion anyway. Maybe it's better the other way, who knows?
So that's two more complete... and I have no idea what I'll tackle next. I have time to think about it anyway as I have several not Stephen King books piled up bedside which I need to read first.