The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower Series) by Stephen King.To begin with portion of Steven King’s dream arrangement, The Dark Tower, which takes after the tale of the Gunslinger Roland, the likeness an Arthurian knight on the planet King has made, and his mission to achieve the Dark Tower so as to make the world right once more.
This portion recounts the tale of Roland’s quest for a baffling more peculiar who might have the capacity to help Roland locate the Dark Tower. It is long on air and short on activity. Consequently, devotees of Steven King’s repulsiveness works will discover this book an unmistakable change of pace. Be that as it may, the book won’t frustrate you on the off chance that you attempt it, particularly on the off chance that you are a fanatic of imagination arrangement, for example, the Lord of the Rings. Besides, you will discover in later books that components of King’s loathsomeness world likewise exist in Roland’s reality, and thusly, to have a full comprehension of King’s repulsiveness scoundrels, you need to peruse this arrangement.
The Gunslinger offers a few interesting perspectives of Roland’s withering world. The book is not without activity; there is an emotional shoot out for shadowy reasons which one trusts will be better clarified in the closing volumes of the work. There is a lost youngster who gives the principal direct confirmation that Roland’s reality is associated with our own, and there is the prologue to Roland himself, a man who is fit for fabulous brutality yet at the same time appears to be human and conceivably kind (a truth which turns out to be all the more clear in later books).
I prescribe this book most exceptionally to any individual who appreciates stories including journeys, for example, Arthurian legends, the Chronicles of Prydain and the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.(The Dark Tower Series 1-8 )by Stephen King.