If you’re a Dark Tower junkie, like me, and you want to have all the references that inspired the series, you’ll want this.
Within this inexpensive book is the Fairy Tale; Childe Roland. References to the Dark Tower are plain to see.
The book itself is large enough that you won’t misplace it easily, and as I’ve mentioned, inexpensive.
However, that’s where the Pro’s end and the Con’s begin.
Where to start?
There is no Table of Contents
The book starts it’s first tale on the second page without warning or fanfare
Where one tale ends, the next begins just a few lines below, instead of on a new page.
For example, Childe Roland begins on the very bottom on a page, with just 1 line of the tale, before you need to turn the page and continue reading.
I would have like to have seen each tale Bolded or Underlined, instead the titles are just in caps.
And finally when numbering the pages, they opted to use Roman numerals. Which serves little purpose without a Table of contents.
Bottom line, you get what you pay for.
This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.