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Wizard and Glass

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In the fourth powerful novel in Stephen King's bestselling fantasy quest, The Dark Tower beckons Roland, the Last Gunslinger, and the four companions ... Show synopsis

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  • Wizard and Glass (Donald M. Grant Publishers) – Trade paperback (1997)
    by Stephen King, Dave McKean

    Wizard and Glass
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    Trade paperback, Donald M. Grant Publishers
    1997
    English
    787 pages

    ISBN: 1880418371
    ISBN-13: 9781880418376

    "Yes", Blaine said at last. "I agree. If I solve. All the riddles you ask me, I will take you with me to the place where the path ends in the clearing. If one of you tells a riddle I cannot solve, I will spare your lives and leave you in Topeka, from whence you may continue your quest for the Dark Tower, if you so choose. Have I understood the terms and limits of your proposal correctly, Roland son of Steven?" "Yes". There was a moment of silence, broken only by the hard steady throb of the slo-trans turbines bearing them ... Show more

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Reviews of Wizard and Glass

Overall customer rating: 4.834
AminRah
by AminRah on Sep 4, 2008

Stephen King's Dark Tower Series is one of his best.

missstewart

A Must Read!

by missstewart on Jul 23, 2007

This is most definetely my most favorite book of all time. It has a perfect mix of suspense, romance, and mystery. This book hooked me onto the entire Dark Tower Series!

leonbourne

Trains, Cowboys and Witches oh my!

by leonbourne on Apr 11, 2007

Ill cut to the chase : Post apocalyptic wild west, cowboys, suicidal trains, and a perverted old witch. All of the above are in this book. If you like any of the above and have read the previous Dark Tower books..then you will love Wizard and Glass. This book has so many different elements packed between its covers that you wont be able to put it down. I highly recommend this work.

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volt

Best book in the series by far

by volt on Apr 3, 2007

Just great all around. Wish all of the books in the series were as good as this one.

Rose

GREAT BOOK

by Rose on Mar 15, 2007

This is a true Stephen King novel. This book 4th in the Dark Tower series is a must read. It gives a tremendous amount of insight into the main character, Roland, and what it was like for him when he became a "gunslinger". It shows how the gunslinger was transformed from a boy to a man, and what helped shape him into the man that we know today. .Once you pick it up you can't put it down.

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