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    Default Links between the Stephen King's books

    Hi, guys!
    I'm new here and I need your help. I'm a brazilian student, I'm studying letters and I have to make an academic work.
    I'm studying about the links between the Stephen King's books. For example: did you observe Lisey Landon's (Love, Lisey's Story) sister read a Mike Noonan's (Bag of Bones) book?
    Or maybe the Insomnia's tower can be the same tower of the Black Tower...
    If you observed others links, please, tell me!
    So grateful,
    Fernanda.

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    I've been writing a whole book about them since I was 16. Too many to tell!

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    Really? God, I would love read it. Yes, I know, but I'm so exciting for study about it.
    Do you remember something you can tell me?

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    ....The Dark Tower Concordance should be invaluable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernanda Andrucho View Post
    Really? God, I would love read it. Yes, I know, but I'm so exciting for study about it.
    Do you remember something you can tell me?
    Well, any book set in Castle Rock or Derry is connected.

    Both 'Salem's Lot and the Stand have direct references in the DT world.

    The Crimson King is in Insomnia.

    Flagg is in Eyes of the Dragon.

    Hearts in Atlantis is directly connected by the Low Men.

    These are just some big ones that popped into my head.

    There's tons and tons of stuff on the Internet that shows connections as well.

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    Thanks, honey!
    I'll note them, it was very important for me.

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    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernanda Andrucho View Post
    Why?
    Hi Fernanda,

    Was this in response to GNTLGNT's message? It is very helpful for other readers if you can use the "Reply With Quote" button (located at the bottom right-hand side of each message) when you're addressing someone specifically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    ....The Dark Tower Concordance should be invaluable...
    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernanda Andrucho View Post
    Why?
    The Dark Tower is the backbone of Stephen King's legendary career. Begun more than thirty years ago, seven books and more than three thousand pages make up this bestselling, epic fantasy series. Previously published in two separate volumes, The Complete Concordance is the definitive encyclopedic reference book that provides readers with everything they need to navigate their way through the series. With hundreds of characters, Mid-World geography, High Speech lexicon, and extensive cross-references, this comprehensive handbook is essential for any Dark Tower fan.



    •Characters and Genealogies
    •Magical Objects and Forces
    •Mid-World and Our World Places
    •Portals and Magical Places
    •Mid-, End-, and Our World Maps
    •Timeline for the Dark Tower Series
    •Mid-World Dialects
    •Mid-World Rhymes, Songs, and Prayers
    •Political and Cultural References
    •References to Stephen King's Other Work

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