But then on the other hand, if you're going to look for the best narrator of them all it would have to be King him self. He has narrated versions of The Gunslinger, The Drawing of the Three and The Waste Lands.
OK, with that said, back to my review. The Dark Tower VII consists of 24 CD's and is approx. 29 hours long and as I said when I reviewed the book this is one of King's best books to date. It has everything in it and off course it has the ending to a story that has been in the making since the 70s. What more could you possible ask for? Not much.
Earlier King said that he would retire after The Dark Tower VII (something he has now taken back) and that (and the fact that parts of The Dark Tower VII is really sad) made the experience of reading the book quite sad. You didn't want it to end.
Well, it did end and even though it didn't put an end to King's career it did (at least according to King) put an end to The Dark Tower saga. But then again, you can never know with King. I wouldn't bet that this is the last we have heard about the characters or the dark tower itself…