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There's a story in this novel — of course there is — but it is also the point at which the Dark Tower books stopped feeling like standalones. At the end of this volume, you're led straight into book four, which picks up the action exactly where this leaves off. But that's no bad thing. If you've made it this far into the Dark Tower series, you won't be stopping now.
They're not for everybody — there's no neat bow to tie them up with, no monster in the cupboard to point to as the reason the books work — but they're supremely satisfying. For King's Constant Readers, though, it would be a long wait until the next Dark Tower book: Wizard and Glass wouldn't be published for another six years ….
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The Waste Lands: The Dark Tower Book III
Minor cover creasing and shelf wear, minor foxing to edges of reading block. Nice tight copy, no names inside, appears unread and near as new. Cover artwork by John Avon. Pursued by the Ageless Stranger, they face the perils of Lud and the Tick-Tock Man to reach the Cradle of Blaine the Mono, who is truth and danger and will ransom their lives for a riddle.
Mass Market PB. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by Plume Books, New York Softcover; 1st Printing. Condition: NF. Illustrated by Ned Dameron illustrator. Softcover, near fine book; clean, straight, tight; a tiny bit of edgewear of lower spine and previous owner's name stamped on the inside front corner, a very nice copy. The third novel in Stephen King's saga The Dark Tower, we again enter the realm of the mightiest imagination of our time.
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This copy has some light browning to the edges of the text block, light scratch to the rear cover, very light cover edge wear. Probably the first soft cover edition of this title which includes the full color illustrations by Ned Dameron which appear in the limited edition. Nice copy. First Edition Thus. Color Illustrations; 8vo ; pages. As you know if you are reading this, this is the third book in King's epic Dark Tower series.
This book knocked The Drawing of Three out of the top spot for me - it was that good! Most compelling was the resurgence of my favorite character of this series and it just made me so, so happy! There is really nothing else I can say about this that would be any more creative or insightful than what countless others have no doubt written in their reviews. For me, one thing I always think when reading a book from this series is how absolutely EPIC this story is. I have already started the fourth book in the series and it is equally amazing, although the pace is a little different thus far.
I look forward to seeing this series out to its conclusion. View all 3 comments. Five weeks after The Drawing of the Three - Roland, Susannah, and Eddie are deep into the woods of The Out-World- where they encounter Shardik- a ginormous cyborg bear on his last legs. After putting him out of his misery- they realize- they have to follow the path of the beam to The Mid-world Blaine the Paiiiiiiiiiiin. Sooooooo much to do sooooooo little time And I couldn't have asked for a better group of people to be experiencing this reading adventure with.
On to book IV- Wizard and Glass. I can't wait!!! View all 46 comments.
Aug 11, Lyn rated it really liked it. I am reading this series very slowly. I read The Gunslinger in , not really sure what I had read and why and not understanding what all the fuss was about. The second book, The Drawing of the Three , was more impressive and more complicated and though I liked it after a three year gap after the first book I was still unsure as to how to contemplate and follow the storytelling. Son of man, You cannot say, or guess, for you know only A heap of broken images, where the sun beats, And the dead tree gives no shelter, the cricket no relief, And the dry stone no sound of water.
This is a world made up of not just the remains of our physical world, but also composed of the intellectual and cultural elements that form our perceptions and make us who we are. I do not find The Hanged Man. Fear death by water. I see crowds of people, walking round in a ring. Thank you. If you see dear Mrs. Equitone, Tell her I bring the horoscope myself: One must be so careful these days.
The references to Browning and Elliot and all the other Easter eggs of reference and allusion are the detail with which King fills his landscape and discovering these hidden gems was part of the great fun of reading. Eugenides, the Smyrna merchant Unshaven, with a pocket full of currants C.
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It has no windows, and the door swings, Dry bones can harm no one. Highly recommended but you have to reads in order. View all 10 comments. After evil ways and evil days, the White comes again! Be of good heart and hold up your heads, for ye have lived to see the wheel of ka begin to turn once more!
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From incomprehensibly horrible to absodamnlutely fantastic to okay. This book was all over the place. Both literally and metaphorically. That is To clarify for those still in doubt, I fucking hated that shit was slightly disappointed by these developments. Roland of Gilead assembles his company of gunslingers, and as the quest for the Dark Tower begins in earnest, the ka-tet arrives at the little town of River Crossing.
A great civil war - perhaps in Garlan, perhaps in a more distant land called Porla - had erupted three, perhaps even four hundred years ago. Its ripples had spread slowly outward, pushing anarchy and dissension ahead of them. Few if any kingdoms had been able to stand against those slow waves, and anarchy had come to this part of the world as surely as night follows sunset.