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Ready for a magical journey? Dive into Wizard and Glass Audiobook, the fourth gem in Stephen King’s enchanting Dark Tower series. Follow Roland Deschain and his spirited crew as they hop from one world to another. But wait, there’s a twist! In this adventure, Roland becomes our storyteller, drawing us into a heartfelt memory of young love with the radiant Susan Delgado.
Wizard and Glass Audiobook was the final Dark Tower Audiobook written before King’s van accident, which inspired him to quickly finish the series by writing the last three audiobooks all in a row. To some fans, the final audiobooks felt a little rushed and anti-climactic, and they see audiobook four as the best of the series.
I am pleased to say that now, although Wizard and Glass Audiobook is not my favourite audiobook in the Dark Tower Audiobook series, I am certainly better able to appreciate it for what it is and what it brings to the series. It could almost be read as a stand alone novel and bears much resemblance with the recently released Wind Through The Keyhole Audiobook.
King throws himself into a tale of teenage love with all his heart and this can either be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your viewpoint. We’ve all been teenagers and we’ve all thought and behaved in ways that seemed right at the time, perhaps even unavoidable, but with the hindsight that comes with passing years, it can been looked back on as both wonderful and cringe-worthy.
And this is how Roland and Susan’s love story plays out – they behave as teenagers do and this is brilliantly written by King, whose talent for portraying teens is remarkable, but it can be difficult at times, as reading about self-indulgent, star-struck teens can be.
One thing is obvious – Frank Muller was born to read these books. He is simply magnificent and the way in which he brings each character to life is stunning.
However, my research into Muller also uncovered the tragic news that, in early June 2008, he died at the age of 57 following a courageous six-year battle to recover from a devastating motorcycle accident (Stephen King reads a dedication to Muller at the end of Wizard and Glass). And from that point on the recording was always tinged with a touch of sadness.
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