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Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, DT II: The Drawing of the Three, DT III: The Waste Lands, DT IV: Wizard and Glass, DT V: Wolves of the Calla, DT VI: Song of Susannah, DT VII: The Dark Tower, The Wind Through the Keyhole

Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, DT II: The Drawing of the Three, DT III: The Waste Lands, DT IV: Wizard and Glass, DT V: Wolves of the Calla, DT VI: Song of Susannah, DT VII: The Dark Tower, The Wind Through the Keyhole

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Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, DT II: The Drawing of the Three, DT III: The Waste Lands, DT IV: Wizard and Glass, DT V: Wolves of the Calla, DT VI: Song of Susannah, DT VII: The Dark Tower, The Wind Through the Keyhole: complete Dark set 1984-2004 plus Wind Through the Keyhole,

by Stephen King

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The Complete Dark Tower Series in a Set of Seven Volumes in First Editions except for The Gunslinger which is a second edition, three are artist editions plus "The Wind in the Keyhole" for a total of eight books all published by Donald M. Grant. (These are NOT the later Viking editions.)

Includes slipcases for all volumes. Slipcase 1 (for DT 1-3) and Slipcase 3 (DT 6-7) are Grant issues, and Slipcase 2 (DT 4-5) is after-market by the Casemaker, slightly higher than the other two but in a nearly identical style. (Grant issue slipcases for the DT books are no longer available from the publisher)

The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger by Stephen King illustrated by Michael Whelan with 5 color plate illustrations, one of which is two-page, $20.00 cover price Hardcover Second Edition West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, 1984 Reportedly issued in only 10,000 copies.

(The true first edition was issued in 1982 also in 10,000 trade copies and 500 signed-limited copies, the former now runs about $2500 to $4000, and I have seen the latter priced at $10,000+. Later reprinted in 1998 in a third edition, and later republished in a revised edition by Viking US in 2003). For about the price of a first edition of DT: Gunslinger, you get the whole set!

Fine in Fine- Dust Jacket. A superb copy. The book is nearly perfect, the dust jacket is just about as nice a jacket as you're likely to find. NO chips, NO tears and NO rubbing, with only a hint of edge-wear to the top edge. In particular NO rubbing to the top and bottom spine, often found in most copies.

The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Gunslinger by Stephen King illustrated by Phil Hale with 10 color plate illustrations. $35.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, 1987 Reportedly issued in only 30,000 copies. (800 copies were released as a signed-limited issue.) Fine in Near Fine+ Dust Jacket. The book itself and jacket are near-perfect. The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands (sometimes misspelled as The Wastelands) by Stephen King illustrated by Ned Dameron with 12 color plate illustrations. $38.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 1991. Contains the Grant catalogue sheet. Reportedly issued in only 40,000 copies. (1200 copies were released as a signed-limited issue.) Fine in Fine- Dust Jacket. The book itself is near-perfect, appears brand new and unread. The jacket is completely intact, NO tears and NO chips. There is the typical edge-wear and some little pin-pricks here and there which plague this jacket, but better than most copies I've seen. Else still a just about fine copy. The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass by Stephen King illustrated by Dave McKean with 18 illustrations $45.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition Trade Issue Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 1997 Reportedly issued in only 45,000 copies. (The signed-limited was issued in 1250 copies and now fetches $2500+. Later republished by Viking US in 2003). Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. A superb unread copy in a near-perfect jacket with only a hint of a crinkle to the upper right-hand corner. The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King illustrated by Bernie Wrightson with 11 color plate illustrations $50.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition - Artist Issue Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 2003 Signed by artist Bernie Wrightson in 3500 copies. (The signed-limited was issued in 1350 copies and now fetches $1500+. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket with a faint rub line to the back board, else a superb unread pristine copy. The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah by Stephen King illustrated by Darrel Anderson with 10 color plate illustrations $50.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition - Artist Issue Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 2004 Signed by artist Darrel Anderson in 3500 copies. (The signed-limited was issued in 1350 copies and now fetches $1500+.) Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. A superb unread copy. The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower by Stephen King illustrated by Michael Whelan with 12 color plate illustrations $55.00 cover price Hardcover First Edition - Artist Issue Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 2004 Signed by artist Michael Whelan in 5000 copies. (The signed-limited was issued in 1500 copies and now fetches $1500+.) Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. A superb unread copy. The Wind Through the Keyhold (a Dark Tower supplementary novel) by Stephen King Hardcover First Edition in Slipcase Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant, 2012. Limited to 5000 copies signed by the illustrator Jae Lee. As NEW in shrink-wrap. NOTE: Dust Jacket covers included over the jackets.

Synopsis

"The man in black fed across the desert and the gunslinger followed". Roland Deschain,gunslinger,hero,continues his perilous adventures in search of the key to the quest that defines his life. A thrilling tale of fantasy and horror. Truly King's magnum opus. Driven by revelation and suspense, this pivotal magnificent epic will leave readers gasping to read them all. *And the tower is closer....*

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On Apr 23 2014, a reader said:
The book was a good read not what I expected from King,(he is usually pretty unusual) but it was really good. I have purchased the whole set and are reading the others.

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TristanBooks US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
DT2023
Title
Dark Tower: The Gunslinger, DT II: The Drawing of the Three, DT III: The Waste Lands, DT IV: Wizard and Glass, DT V: Wolves of the Calla, DT VI: Song of Susannah, DT VII: The Dark Tower, The Wind Through the Keyhole
Author
Stephen King
Illustrator
Michael Whelan, Bernie Wrightson, Dave McKean, etc.
Format/Binding
Hardcovers in dust jackets and four slipcases
Book Condition
Used - Fine
Jacket Condition
Fine
Quantity Available
1
Edition
Gunslinger Second Edition, first editions the rest
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Donald M. Grant
Place of Publication
West Kingston, RI
Date Published
1984
Size
large octavos
Weight
0.00 lbs
Note
May be a multi-volume set and require additional postage.

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