The final two books with out a doubt aren’t that sinful.
While reading the sequence, I saved seeing how of us narrate that the final couple of books fair dive off a cliff. Are they a step down? Positively. But they aren’t sinful at all. If truth be told, I comprise each and each undergo from one grief every.
For Music of Susannah, King does that expressionless thing the place he fair stops telling the anecdote. In case you comprise the first ~100 pages of e-book 7, up till when the Ka-tet is reunited, and stick it to the end of e-book 6, it turns into critically better.
For e-book 7, the fundamental grief is the villains. All of them are ineffective and monstrous. The man in gloomy, after doing fuck all in favour of a lot of the sequence, will get killed by Mordred. Mordred, after being hyped up all over e-book 6, does fuck all. The Crimson King, the supposed broad sinful man, is completely a salty extinct man who lobs grenades. Dandelo threatened the ka-tet bigger than any of these three and he’s rarely even talked about.
Total, I did appreciate the sequence. No matter the step down the final couple books are, they totally undergo from one deadly flaw every imo and there’s smooth a type of staunch stuff in them. The ending itself is completely…wow.