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Father Callahan from King's Salem's Lot is resident in Calla Bryn Sturgis, and has his own tale of vampires, regulators and the secret highways though alternative Americas. Not coincidentally, the evil Glass Black 13 is hidden in his church. Meanwhile Susannah is again sporting a secondary personality, this time Mia, mother to the inhuman child that Susannah does not know she is carrying, while Roland realises their quest has become a race against the arthritis which will soon leave him crippled.
In this enormously ambitious book, King continues to weave together his back catalogue with the pop culture and literature of America itself, noting in his introduction that if you haven't read the previous Dark Tower volumes this isn't the place to begin. It is, though, a hugely entertaining adventure, rich in allusion; a passing aside to Thomas Wolfe might easily be dismissed, yet his title You Can't Go Home Again, encapsulates this entire spellbinding odyssey as well as five words ever will. --Gary S Dalkin --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Sunday Express(Sunday Express)
'Join the quest before it's too late'
Independent on Sunday(Independent on Sunday)
'Classic King, fine characters, compellingly written in a gripping, well-honed plot'
Daily Express on Wolves of the Calla(Daily Express on Wolves of the Calla)
'Superbly energetic, it's King at his best'
Mail on Sunday on Wizard and Glass(Mail on Sunday on Wizard and Glass) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Even better than the first forgot how good these Dark Tower books were on to number 6 in the seriesPublished 2 months ago by richard saunders
Love it just like I loved all the dark tower books Stephen King's greatest achievementPublished 4 months ago by theresa
Very interested to read the next dark tower to find out what happens to Susannah now I've started I can't stop xxxxPublished 5 months ago by kayleigh hayes