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What lands, what peoples has Stephen King visited that are so unreachable to us except in the pages of his unique writings?Roland's strange odyssey ...Show synopsisWhat lands, what peoples has Stephen King visited that are so unreachable to us except in the pages of his unique writings?Roland's strange odyssey continues. There are new evils ... new dangers to threaten Roland's little band in the devastated city of Lud and the surrounding waste lands, as well as horrific confrontations with Blaine the Mono, the piratical Gasher, and the frightening Tick Tock Man.Hide synopsis
These books just get better and better and i challenge anyone to pick it up and not be captivated almost immediatley. i have read the entire series 3 times and im sure i will read them again. An absolute must for any King fan.
A wonderful tale, better than the last. The rich character development and dangers that they encounter at every turn makes this book a fast and joyful read. However, the train with his obsession of riddles can be a bit too much.
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