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Behind closed doors,
This review is from: The Dark Tower II: The Drawing Of The Three: (Volume 2): The Drawing of the Three Vol 2 (Paperback)
After the slightly poor first book the second book ‘The Drawing of the Three’ is pretty damn good! Roland has to ‘draw’ three people from another world (our world actually) to aid him on his quest for the Dark Tower.
For the first 200 pages or so, this book is pretty much un-put-down-able. The account of ‘drawing’ Eddie Dean is high octane stuff, so it’s a bit of an anticlimax when the tale switches to the ‘drawing’ of the second person. Still, the finale, the ‘non-drawing’ of the third person, makes up for the - dare I say it - boring middle section and the book finishes as blisteringly fast paced as it started.