Summary

Stephen King's epic fantasy series, The Dark Tower, is being made into a major movie starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. Due in cinemas February 17, 2017 USA.
The pivotal sixth instalment in King's best-selling epic fantasy saga provides the key to the quest that defines Roland's life.
In the next part of their journey to the tower, Roland and his band of followers face adversity from every side: Susannah Dean has been taken over by a demon-mother and uses the power of Black Thirteen to get from the Mid-World New York City. But who is the father of her child? And what role will the Crimson King play?
Roland sends Jake to break Susannah's date with destiny, while he himself uses 'the persistence of magic' to get to Maine in the Summer of 1977. It is a terrible world: for one thing it is real and bullets are flying. For another, it is inhabited by the author of a novel called Salem's Lot.
Song of Susannah is driven by revelation and by suspense. It continues The Dark Tower series seamlessly from Wolves of the Calla and the dramatic climax will leave listeners desperate to read the quest's conclusion.
©2004 Stephen King (P)2004 Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Bradley Coulson on 30-07-17

blandest book out of the series

Love the dark tower series but this one..couldnt find any love for it.

really dissappointed but I had to get through it to reach the 7th book to finally reach the tower with roland, had it not been for that Id have closed this book and left it sealed down to sheer lack of uninterest. the 5th installment wolves of the calla was fantastic and this one just really let e down.


however, no discredit to stephen king as his work is astounding !


just being perfectly honest is all.

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5 out of 5 stars
By D F SAUNDERS on 25-10-16

Better than first reading if possible

I had missed so much from this book on my first reading probably in my eagerness to reach the last instalment The Dark Tower. It is a great continuation and is well read and acted by the narrator giving life and character to the stories cast. Onward to the final instalment. Be true

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5 out of 5 stars
By Evan on 18-12-12

A finely crafted entry in the Dark Tower

The penultimate entry in the Dark Tower saga is also one of the shorter books, but lacks nothing for its comparative brevity. With a fine performance by George Guidall, this rates up there as one of my favourite audiobook experiences ever...

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4 out of 5 stars
By Sivitrii on 01-09-14

Back to the 'real' world

The ka-tet spend a lot more time in the 'real' world or the world of Stephen King in this book, and we have much greater symbolism as well with all the time Susan spends in her 'dogan. The story is really moving along here and you can feel the downward slope of the roller coaster in the story, everything is picking up speed and you can tell the Tower itself is just around the corner.

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