Wolves of the Calla (The Dark Tower, Book 5) by Stephen King Paperback Book


Rent Wolves of the Calla (The Dark Tower, Book 5)

Author: Stephen King

Narrator: George Guidallo

Format: Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Published: Nov 2003

Genre: Fiction - General

Retail Price: $75.00

Discs: 22


In this, the fifth volume in King's Dark Tower series, Roland and company find themselves involved in some odd goings-on in and around the town of Call Bryn Sturgis. Tracing a 20-year sacrifice cycle in the town, they uncover a connection to the Dark Tower that is less than savory.

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BookLender review by Jonathan on 2009-11-24 18:15:02

After enjoying the remarkable range of voices that Frank Muller brought to the recordings of the first 4, very long, books in this 7-book series, the reading of Book number 5 by George Guidall is flat, lifeless and uninteresting. Listening to a Very long story read by someone who can barely differentiate one character's voice from another is tedious and serveral times I've realized that I haven't been listening and then have to repeat the last track or two, Very sad. Unfortunately, I see that Guidall also reads Books 6 and 7, so I'll probably not bother to find out if they reach the Dark Tower and save the world.