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What the community says about The Eyes of the Dragon
- "It seems like you don't find a ton of standalone fantasy books these days, and this one's not new by any stretch of the imagination, but nonetheless it's highly enjoyable and tightly plotted. Because it's Stephen King it tends to drag a bit in parts and the ending is just okay, but it's still definitely worth it."
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in What are the best horror books"Since I first found it in the back of the stacks at the dusty old library in Daleatha, Wyoming, I've read it at least 20 times. Flagg makes an almost whimsical appearance here, and Colin sets off to find the Gunslinger later in the Dark Tower. But, despite the connections to King's larger world, it's a stand alone fairy tale that's oddly nostalgic."